Planning has been approved for the University of East Anglia’s Building 60 – a new integrated teaching & laboratory building which will compromise of ground floor general teaching spaces and teaching laboratories on the upper floors, linked by an atrium designed for creative interaction & social learning.

Locating the general teaching spaces in the same building as the labs will encourage a variety of departments to use the building, helping to break down barriers between departments and encourage cross fertilisation of ideas between students & academics, reflecting the original ethos of UEA.

We have designed a student-focussed environment including state of the art laboratories and a variety of flexible learning & social spaces, while also looking to radically reduce energy use in a building type that is renowned for high consumption.

Planning approval was granted on the 16th of November with construction set to commence at the end of January 2018

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