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Weeks Hall, Imperial College London


Location Client Cost Completion
London, UK Imperial College London £5.2m 2017

Project details

BDP has helped to deliver the first phase of Imperial College’s development of its western campus. The project started with an extended feasibility study to explore the opportunities and constraints of a range of historic buildings, including adaptations to the listed terraces at 8-15 Princes Gardens, for academic use, high residential and a nursery. It also comprised the full refurbishment of the Grade II listed 1970s Weeks Hall for student and academic accommodation.

This refurbishment addresses the university’s key requirement for additional academic office accommodation, whilst addressing the urgent need for fabric repair and internal reconfiguration to meet the demanding spatial and functional brief. The upgraded accommodation within this modernist concrete framed building includes academic shared and cellular offices, tutorial and study space, as well as shared collaborative learning space to support Imperial College’s mission to embed its educational experience in a vibrant, research-led, entrepreneurial environment.

Integrated services

architecture, principal design