£5.7million – The UCL East campus building Marshgate features predominantly academic spaces but includes retail, community and engagement uses. At the heart of the building is a central atrium that is openly accessible to encourage inclusivity and community engagement, with the use of ‘Fluid Zones’ at the ground and first-floor level to draw people into the building. Floor space above these levels has been designed to encourage collaboration and engagement between academic uses through largely open-plan and circulatory spaces.
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