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University of Leicester Centre for Medicine

The Project
 
Spanning a total of 6 storeys, the new £42 million Centre for Medicine at Leicester University is home to academics, students and researchers. It is a centre for excellence in both teaching and technological resources; and bears the title of the largest Passivhaus building in the UK. As well as exceptional research facilities; the building offers a variety of collaborative and flexible working spaces to enhance user experience and learning. We worked with the University to design teaching areas, breakout spaces, café areas and offices across 5 floors of the building; creating an interactive space for students and staff.
 
Our Solution

The Centre for Medicine is a light and airy space, built around 2 main atriums. Our Designers and Space Planners worked closely with the Estates and Facilities team to understand their wants and requirements for each area, before proposing a range of layouts and options. The breakout and collaborative working areas, in particular; required a significant amount of thought and intricate planning in terms of use of the available space, and their functionality. We incorporated a combination of booths, desks and sofas to provide variety and choice for the users.

Customer Feedback 
 

 

“Godfrey Syrett were excellent at accommodating our ideas and requirements and turning them into reality. They worked with us on our timings and were understanding of our delivery and installation requirements – I would have no hesitation in recommending their services.”

Gail Ruddle
Project Manager - Interiors, Estates and Facilities Management, Leicester University