Building College by Foreign Office Architects
The new building of the Ravens Bourne, college university sector innovation in digital media and design, is located on the Greenwich peninsula in south-eastern outskirts of the building to the right of O2 north-south, the structure master plan. Passing of this exceptional situation, Ravens Bourne is to provide training to meet the changing demands of 21st century learners – learners who expect to have access to resources and support for the application and whose needs can vary considerably depending on a number of social and economic factors. The new building is designed to stimulate the environment and working practices of creative professionals, offering the best technology and mobile computing in an environment that allows a variety of learning styles.
The main strategy is to produce a draft of the building structure, which encourages cooperation between different disciplines and actors within the Ravensbourne. This is achieved by structuring the system around the building between the two atria, a piercing at three levels of the program. The atria are routinely attached to the outside, not only for use as ventilation devices, but also to visually communicate the heart of public space in the building with the perception of the urban environment. The building is specified to achieve a BREEAM rating for environmental excellence.
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