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University of Birmingham, Teaching and Learning Building


Location Client Cost Size Completion
Birmingham, UK University of Birmingham £24m 5,000m2 2020

Project details

The Teaching and Learning Building overlooks a new public space that restores the historic masterplan of the Edgbaston Campus. Designed to facilitate progressive teaching techniques it provides a flexible range of vibrant teaching, learning and study environments for collaboration and reflection. It houses informal study and social collaborative spaces for staff and students, including a 500 seat traditional lecture theatre, 250 seat collaborative lecture theatre and 10 seminar spaces. The lecture theatres provide an exciting focal point and create clarity and simplicity of the building's layout.

The Teaching and Learning Building is at the heart of a capital plan that prioritises academic and teaching facilities...I believe this is the kind of building in which people will discover their gifts and demonstrate their perseverance and confidence as they achieve their aspirations.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir David Eastwood

Integrated services

architecture, civil and structural engineering, building services engineering, sustainability, landscape architecture, acoustics, lighting, inclusive design, interior design