Project Title: University College London Faculty of Laws
Client: University College London
Architect: Levitt Bernstein
Structural Engineer: Curtins
Mechanical & Electrical: Buro Happold
Project Value: £16million
Gilbert-Ash completed an extensive £16m design and redevelopment of UCL’s Faculty of Law facilities in Camden, London.
The works united the University’s past with its future, integrating a GradeII listed building, Bentham House, with a neighbouring mid-20th century building, Gideon Schreier Wing, within the predominantly Georgian conservation area.
The adjacent building was significantly remodelled including a major extension at the rear and a completely new exterior façade with Portland stone.
Gilbert-Ash delivered a quality space for teaching, research and professional services, as well as improved common areas for staff and students of the Faculty of Laws.
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