TRANSFORMING UCL 2014–2024
We are transforming our spaces into innovative buildings and world-class facilities – empowering our staff and students to discover more about our world and solve global problems.
FOSTERING TOMORROW’S ENTREPRENEURS FROM THE TOP OF AN ICONIC BUSINESS BUILDING
TEACHER TRAINING IN A SPACE CELEBRATING BOTH BRITISH HERITAGE AND CHINESE CULTURE
WORLD-CLASS LABS THAT PROVIDE A HOME FOR THE UK DEMENTIA RESEARCH INSTITUTE
MODERNISING A GRADE II LISTED BUILDING FOR WORLD-CLASS LEGAL LEARNING
A SPECTACULAR HOME FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEADING ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS
A PURPOSE-BUILT NEUROSCIENCE FACILITY INSPIRED BY THE BRAIN’S REACTION TO SPACE AND STRUCTURE
AN AWARD-WINNING OUTDOOR SPACE FOR STUDY, RELAXATION AND SOCIALISING
THE ONLY ‘WEST END’ THEATRE AT A UK UNIVERSITY
A HOME FOR UCL AND THE MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL TO WORK TOGETHER TO UNDERSTAND THE CAUSES OF DEMENTIA
SUPPORTING COLLABORATION ACROSS DISCIPLINES, FROM ENGINEERING TO ARCHITECTURE
ONE CENTRAL CAMPUS BUILDING, WITH OVER 1,000 SPACES FOR STUDENTS TO STUDY
NEW TEACHING SPACES WITH A FOCUS ON NATURAL
MATERIALS TO ASSIST STUDENT WELLBEING
A TEMPORARY TEACHING SPACE ARTISTICALLY ENVELOPED IN UCL’S RICH HISTORY
CLINICIANS, ENGINEERS AND COMPUTER SCIENTISTS WORKING TOGETHER UNDER ONE ROOF
RESTORING A BUILDING’S ORIGINAL CHARACTER TO CREATE A DISTINCTIVE DINING HUB
“UCL is midway through ‘Transforming UCL’, an extensive 10-year building and refurbishment programme that began in 2014. The first five years have led to a number of successfully completed projects. Many of these were completed within budget, enabling the funding of new and emerging projects. We are looking forward to five more years of further transformation.”
KEVIN ARGENT Deputy Director of Estates & Director of Estates Development
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ONE CENTRAL CAMPUS BUILDING, WITH OVER ONE THOUSAND PLACES TO STUDY
DEDICATED STUDENT SPACE We’ve significantly improved the student experience by designing a building just for them. We consulted with the student community to create a space that gives them what they need in the way they need it. The new building is open round the clock and provides an endless choice of study spaces. A glass atrium lets in light and lifts ensure the entire building is accessible and forms a new east–west route across the campus. Students can choose from 1,000+ study spaces, of which 647 can be monitored by an app so they can see which ones are free. And we created bookable study cabins — small collaboration rooms with desks, chairs and AV equipment. The award-winning Student Centre secures UCL’s place as a world-leading university by giving students a collaborative space where they can work, discover and learn for generations to come.
– QUIET CONTEMPLATION ROOM – CAFÉ – STUDENT ENQUIRIES CENTRE – ARTWORKS BY UCL SLADE SCHOOL OF ART ALUMNI AND STAFF – BREEAM ‘OUTSTANDING’ RATING
– EIGHT FLOORS OF STUDY SPACE, OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY – 1,000+ STUDY SPACES – BOOKABLE STUDY CABINS – LANDSCAPING, ROOF TERRACE AND PUBLIC SPACE – STUDENT WELLBEING CENTRE
SPECIALLY COMMISSIONED ARTWORKS
The Student Centre is home to two works of contemporary art. ‘Untitled (Slade Pinboard)’, is a sculpture by Turner Prize-winning artist Rachel Whiteread, who is a UCL Slade School of Fine Art alumna. ‘HERE NOT HERE’ is a digital installation that reveals the diversity of the university’s staff and students, by Jon Thomson, Professor of Fine Art at the Slade, and artist and lecturer Alison Craighead. The Centre belongs entirely to students and is their ‘home on campus’ for studying individually or in groups, speaking to the UCL enquiries team or dropping in to the Student Wellbeing Centre for disability, mental health and wellbeing support. Students can also use the adjacent Japanese Garden, which features new landscaping, planting and seating to create a tranquil outdoor space. The Centre has become a popular meeting and study space, both day and night, and forms part of a new accessible route through UCL’s Bloomsbury campus, linking Gordon Street and Gower Street.
A HOME ON CAMPUS
SUSTAINABLE BY DESIGN
The building has been designed as a flagship for sustainability, with features including solar panels, efficient sanitary fittings that halve water consumption and windows that open automatically for natural ventilation.
“The Student Centre has really strengthened the sense of community at UCL, the sense of belonging to something great.”
IGNAZIO BACILE DI CASTIGLIONE Year 3 Philosophy, Politics and Economics student
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THE ONLY ‘WEST END’ THEATRE AT A UK UNIVERSITY
The Bloomsbury Theatre refurbishment gives students hands-on training in a modern working theatre with facilities that exceed industry standards – preparing them for life after graduation.
BRINGING A MUCH-LOVED THEATRE INTO THE 21ST CENTURY
The Bloomsbury Theatre showcases the best of theatre, music, dance and comedy with 12 weeks a year dedicated to student productions. We carried out an extensive restoration programme to enable students to learn in a working theatre while leaving a legacy that performers, stage staff and the public can enjoy for years to come.
‘PLUG AND PLAY’ TECH
We made huge advancements to the theatre’s tech by installing customisable lighting, specialist stage electrics and replacing the lifts that allow the stage to be extended or retracted for performances. The new tech makes it easier and faster for production companies to customise the stage, audio and lighting for performances by enabling them to simply ‘plug and play’. Elsewhere, we have transformed the experience for theatregoers with luxurious seating, new cooling and ventilation and modern acoustics. Additionally, we have reinstated the historic paint-frame: the canvas used by artists to create backdrops and scenery.
“After the refurbishment we could put on some absolutely fantastic shows and it means that all the students have access to such good facilities.”
SURIYAH RASHID Final year student, School of European Languages, Culture and Society
– CUSTOMISABLE STAGE LIGHTING AND AV – 232KM OF CABLING INSTALLED – IMPROVED SAFETY – NEW SERVICE LIFT, ENABLING LARGE SET PIECES TO BE BROUGHT IN
– 541 LUXURIOUS SEATS – IMPROVED ACOUSTICS – SEMI-SPRUNG STAGE FLOORING – STEP-FREE STAGE AND ACCESSIBLE SEATING AND FACILITIES – NEW AIR CONDITIONING
ACCESSIBILITY FRONT AND BACK OF HOUSE
The auditorium improvements include new wheelchair spaces and chairs with removable arms so people can easily transfer to and from their wheelchair. We’ve created accessible welfare facilities for performers, staff, students and visitors, while a new lift and a special dressing area enables actors in wheelchairs to perform on stage.
BRINGING LONDON IN
The new theatre is designed to ‘bring London in’, not only as an audience but as users of the theatre and studio spaces, with opportunities for collaboration between academics, artists, performers, directors and companies inside and outside UCL’s community.
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22 GORDON STREET
A NEW HOME FOR THE BARTLETT SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE THAT PROVIDES ITS STUDENTS WITH INSPIRING PERSPECTIVES OF THE CITY
The refurbishment has doubled the amount of teaching and research space, creating a spectacular home for the world’s top place to study architecture.
SAME BUILDING, DOUBLE THE SPACE
The refurbishment of 22 Gordon Street was the first major Transforming UCL project to be completed. To undertake the redevelopment, we moved the Bartlett School of Architecture into a large nearby warehouse for three years. The temporary use of this huge, open space heavily influenced the design of the newly-developed space at 22 Gordon Street. Through redeveloping the former Wates House, we were able to double the amount of space available while working within the building’s existing structure. This enabled the Bartlett to extend its programmes, including the creation of a new MEng in Engineering and Architectural Design, which is delivered jointly with UCL Engineering. Remodelling the interior, we created an enhanced foyer and café, a ground floor exhibition and event space, brand new workshops and a mix of teaching and research areas, including seminar rooms, studios, crit spaces, computer clusters and academic and admin offices. The layout was designed to incorporate inspirational views from key positions within the building and informs the school’s teaching approach. Students begin studying at the top of the building in a studio that gives them a ‘penthouse’ view, then each year they move down through the floors as they progress towards graduation. Breakout spaces on each level of the stairwell encourage interaction and collaboration among students from all years. The new facilities are highly praised by students and academic staff, particularly the ground floor event space, which has full height windows that invite passers-by to peek in and see the students’ work on display during exhibitions. UCL Bartlett School of Architecture is consistently ranked among the top architecture schools worldwide and has around 1,000 students and 134 staff. Providing it with a high quality, low-energy environment for teaching, learning and research, has helped the school to secure first place in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019.
TOP TO BOTTOM LEARNING
– LARGE EXHIBITION SPACE, VIEWABLE FROM OUTSIDE – OPEN STAIRWELL WITH BREAKOUT AREAS ON EACH FLOOR –SEMINAR ROOMS, STUDIOS AND CRIT SPACES
– COMPUTER CLUSTERS AND ACADEMIC AND ADMIN OFFICES
“Having a visible staircase makes such a difference compared with the old building. And the new open studio spaces have radically increased opportunities for different year groups to mix.”
ALAN PENN Professor in Architectural and Urban Computing Dean of the Faculty of the Built Environment
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IOE CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE FOR SCHOOLS ADVANCED TEACHER TRAINING IN A SPACE THAT CELEBRATES BOTH BRITISH HERITAGE AND CHINESE CULTURE
– TWO SEMINAR ROOMS – A BOARD ROOM THAT DOUBLES AS TEACHING SPACE –NEW RECEPTION – NEW LIBRARY – FREESTANDING FURNITURE SO ROOMS CAN BE ADAPTED FOR DIFFERENT USES
The IOE Confucius Institute for Schools supports schools by training teachers in Mandarin Chinese language teaching skills. We worked closely with them to refurbish a listed Bloomsbury townhouse into a modern space that meets their teaching needs. Each room has been thoughtfully designed, combining interiors chosen to reflect Chinese culture while creating a technologically contemporary work environment.
SAINSBURY WELLCOME CENTRE A PURPOSE-BUILT NEUROSCIENCE FACILITY INSPIRED BY THE BRAIN’S REACTION TO SPACE AND STRUCTURE The award-winning Sainsbury Wellcome Centre brings together world-leading scientists to investigate how neural circuits influence behaviour, including perception, memory, expectation, cognition, decisions and action. The new facility is one of the first buildings in the world designed using research into how the spaces in which we live and work affect our moods and the ways we behave.
– 14,000 SQUARE METRES OF WET AND DRY LAB SPACE – ADVANCED PROTOTYPING AND FABRICATION LABS – HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING FACILITIES – BRASSERIE AND ROOF GARDEN
INTERIM DEMENTIA RESEARCH INSTITUTE WORLD-CLASS LABS THAT PROVIDED A NEW HOME FOR THE UK DEMENTIA RESEARCH INSTITUTE The UK Dementia Research Institute (DRI) has six research centres across the country. Its operational headquarters and research activity at UCL is located in a new interim hub in our Cruciform building, which will move to a permanent home once it’s completed (see pages 36 — 37). We built high-quality, specialised labs and clinical facilities for its cutting-edge scientific equipment, which the DRI uses to advance treatments for neurodegenerative diseases, including Huntington’s, Alzheimer’s and dementia.
– THREE SCIENCE WINGS – 15 RESEARCH LABS – SPACE FOR 90 RESEARCHERS – £4 MILLION INVESTMENT
FROM THE MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL
UCL AT HERE EAST A SPACE SUPPORTING COLLABORATION ACROSS A DIVERSE RANGE OF DISCIPLINES, FROM ENGINEERING TO ARCHITECTURE A new technology and creative facility that brings together the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment and the Faculty of Engineering Science. We designed a mix of teaching, learning and lab spaces to support their architects, engineers, computer scientists, mathematicians and anthropologists in their interdisciplinary research, teaching and training.
– 330-SEAT AUDITORIUM – TWO 40-SEAT HARVARD-STYLE LECTURE THEATRES – TEACHING LAB FOR UP TO 60 PEOPLE – HIGH-PERFORMANCE ENVIRONMENTAL CHAMBERS – DARK ROOM AND DAYLIGHT SIMULATION DOME – LARGE-SCALE TESTING RIGS – ROBOTICS AND ADVANCED PROTOTYPING LAB
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1–19 TORRINGTON PLACE
NEW TEACHING SPACES WITH A FOCUS ON NATURAL MATERIALS TO ASSIST STUDENT WELLBEING
New teaching and learning spaces facilitate student-led research, collaboration and skills development and provide valuable study space at crucial times of the year.
FLEXIBLE SPACE FOR ALL STUDENTS
We refurbished the ground and lower ground floors of 1–19 Torrington Place to create a mix of lecture theatres and classrooms that are complemented by open areas where students can relax, study and work together between classes. The teaching facilities are available to all UCL departments and form the largest amount of centrally bookable, shared teaching space on the Bloomsbury campus. The bright, modern classrooms are fitted with high-quality audio-visual equipment and new furniture with laptop integration. The spaces can be reconfigured to support different types of teaching, including group project work and problem-based learning. The east and west entrances at the front of the building are now fully accessible and there’s disabled parking spaces to the rear of the building. The new lifts and wider doorways better serve wheelchair users. Students, lecturers and staff now have gender neutral toilets and water fountains have been installed on all floors. The internal spaces were designed with student wellbeing in mind and use natural materials and colours, with an emphasis on wooden panels, to create a pleasant space. And the use of high-contrast design creates differentiation across areas of the building and aids navigation through the corridors.
ACCESSIBLE AND WELCOMING
– SOFT RECESSED SEATING OUTSIDE TEACHING ROOMS – LIFT AND ACCESSIBLE ENTRANCES AND TOILETS – WATER FOUNTAINS ON ALL FLOORS
– LOBBY WITH COMMUNAL TABLES AND BOOTHS – SEVEN RECONFIGURABLE CLASSROOMS – TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED
– THREE 120-SEAT LECTURE THEATRES, WITH WHEELCHAIR SPACES – LAPTOP TABLES AND SEATING WITH INTEGRATED POWER – MULTIFUNCTION TEACHING ROOM FOR 16 PEOPLE
ACTIVE LEARNING (TEAL) ROOM FOR COLLABORATIVE LEARNING
“The combination of versatile classrooms, integrated technology, break-out spaces and full accessibility means it will be a great place for our students to learn and create knowledge.”
SARAH AL-ARIDE Education Officer, Students’ Union 2017/18
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A MODERNISED GRADE I I LISTED HOME FOR A RADICAL COMMUNITY OF STUDENTS, RESEARCHERS AND ACADEMICS
“Some of my best memories of my time studying at UCL are in the lecture theatres in Bentham House, and their amazing atmosphere for learning.”
ROBERTO BAUMGARTEN KUSTER UCL Laws alumnus
– MOOT COURT: MOCK COURTROOM WHERE STUDENTS DEVELOP SKILLS – 7 SEMINAR ROOMS – OFFICES, MEETING SPACES AND COMPUTER CLUSTER ROOM
– 3 STATE-OF-THE-ART LECTURE THEATRES – 12 TUTORIAL ROOMS
–LARGE RECEPTION, LINKING TO THE SOCIAL HUB AND CAFÉ – IMPROVED ACCESS FOR
WHEELCHAIR USERS – STUDENT AND STAFF COMMON ROOMS
– SPECIALIST STUDY SUITE FOR GRADUATE RESEARCH STUDENTS
The redevelopment of Bentham House encourages interaction between academics and students, creating an amazing community for world-class legal learning. To undertake the redevelopment of the Grade II listed Bentham House and substantially increase the size of the space available to the Faculty of Laws, we acquired the freehold interest in an adjacent building on the site (Hillel House). We then created new accessible connections between the two buildings and transformed the newly combined building into a contemporary teaching and learning space that reflects the faculty’s standing as a leader in legal education, while showcasing the building’s grand architecture. We created a building that feels like a contemporary legal office rather than a traditional academic space. The welcoming open spaces are designed to bring the entire community together by providing opportunities for academics and students to interact with each other, strike up conversations and share ideas. Bentham House’s majestic Moot Court provides a mock courtroom space that allows students to take part in ‘mooting competitions’ — simulated trials where they develop the essential skills they’ll need after graduation. Elsewhere, the rejuvenated teaching spaces support students, with lecture theatres that can accommodate up to 100 people and classrooms for collaborative working in smaller groups. The new social hub at the heart of the building features a café, common room and a lecture hall and can also be converted to an event space for up to 300 people. We also improved accessibility with wheelchair access and pedestrian links between the buildings on each floor. MARRYING THE OLD WITH THE NEW
A HUB FOR LONDON’S LEGAL COMMUNITY
Bentham House is an important meeting space for the wider London legal community. The lecture theatres and Moot Court are regularly used for events, which staff, students, legal professionals and members of the public are encouraged to attend.
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AN AWARD-WINNING OUTDOOR SPACE FOR STUDY, RELAXATION AND SOCIALISING
The transformation of the heart of UCL’s Bloomsbury campus into a peaceful, light and open courtyard gives students, staff and visitors an enjoyable outdoor space.
TRANSFORMING A DISUSED SERVICE YARD
We took a cluttered, unused service yard behind the Lower Refectory and turned it into a popular inner sanctum that attracts people from across campus every day. Wilkins Terrace has two levels. The lower level is next to the Lower Refectory (see pages 18–19) and provides a new space where people can sit outside to eat, work or socialise – something that couldn’t be done before. The new east–west access route that we created on the upper level opens accessibility across campus, improving connections between places like the Bloomsbury Theatre and new Student Centre on Gordon Street with the Main Library and UCL’s main entrance on Gower Street. And by building a grand staircase and installing a lift we connected the two levels, further enhancing accessibility.
– HIDDEN POWER SOCKETS FOR EVENT USE – NEW LIFT TO IMPROVE ACCESS – PERMANENT HOME TO UCL’S NEW DONOR WALL
– CLASSICAL PLANTING WITH INTERWOVEN TREES AND CLIMBING WISTERIA – SUBTLE, LOW-LEVEL NIGHT LIGHTING – SEATING AND TABLES FOR DINING AND STUDYING
NEW OUTDOOR EVENT SPACE
The open upper level is a peaceful courtyard that doubles as an accessible outdoor event and social space, with hidden power outlets for bringing in visual and sound equipment. The Students’ Union has held events in the Wilkins Terrace, and it’s also available for corporate events — with the refurbished refectory offering the option for catering, too. The Terrace is also home to the Donor Wall (see page 22) — an artwork showcasing UCL’s most generous funders, with the Terrace playing host to a hugely successful event to celebrate its opening.
FEATURES THAT MATCH THE SURROUNDING BUILDINGS
Natural Portland stone was selected as a cladding material for its durability, sustainability and sense of light that complements the neighbouring Grade I listed Wilkins Building.
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1 CANADA SQUARE UCL SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
– 6 ‘VILLAGES’: ZONES REPRESENTING EACH ASPECT OF THE SCHOOL’S WORK – STUDENT HUB WITH WELCOMING SEATING AREA – 2 HARVARD-STYLE LECTURE THEATRES FOR 70 AND 85 PEOPLE – 10 BREAKOUT ROOMS – SEMINAR SPACE FOR 35 PEOPLE – STUNNING VIEWS
FOSTERING THE ENTREPRENEURS OF TOMORROW FROM THE TOP OF AN ICONIC BUSINESS BUILDING
The UCL School of Management conducts disruptive research and trains future business leaders, from the 38 th floor of One Canada Square. Inspired by start-up workspaces, we designed a facility that encourages collaboration between staff and students as they engage in innovative research and education. Level 38 reflects the industries that students will work in and sets the precedent for teaching spaces outside UCL’s campus.
THE UK’S FIRST OPEN-ACCESS QUANTUM TECHNOLOGY FACILITY THAT CAN MAKE, TEST AND MEASURE NEW QUANTUM MECHANICAL COMPUTER CHIPS Quantum technologies promise to revolutionise computing, security and sensing by harnessing nature at a deeper level than ever before. The high-spec cleanroom we built houses new tools for the growth and patterning of materials to create nano-scale (around one millionth of a millimetre) quantum devices, while three new state-of-the-art measurement labs enable the study and demonstration of these devices at ultra-low temperatures. These facilities will enable academic and commercial users to build new technologies that harness the strange laws of quantum mechanics, for example, to create new ‘quantum’ computer chips able to solve problems far beyond the reach of today’s biggest supercomputers. QUANTUM TECHNOLOGY LABORATORIES
– A CLEANROOM WITHIN A CLEANROOM FOR BETTER CONTROL OF AIRBORNE PARTICLES
– FACILITIES TO REFRIGERATE TEST DEVICES DOWN TO OVER 100 TIMES COOLER THAN OUTER SPACE – DEDICATED PLANT FOR PRECISE ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL, MONITORED 24/7
“The refurbishment has allowed us to establish internationally-leading research facilities. This is having a huge impact with UCL researchers now collaborating with global leaders including Google and MIT.” PAUL WARBURTON Professor of Nanoelectronics, Quantum Science and Technology Institute
MAIN QUAD TEMPORARY POP-UP TEMPORARY LECTURE AND SEMINAR SPACES ARTISTICALLY ENVELOPED IN UCL’S RICH HISTORY
– FIVE-YEAR POP-UP TEACHING SPACE – 2 x 100-SEAT LECTURE ROOMS – 2 x 50-SEAT LECTURE ROOMS – BOOKABLE SPACES – ‘ART WRAP’ DEPICTING UCL’S HISTORY – QUICK INSTALLATION TO MINIMISE DISRUPTION
We’ve installed a temporary, modular building to provide extra teaching facilities for UCL during the Transforming UCL improvement programme. The pop-up has high-spec audio-visual systems, two seminar rooms and two lecture rooms that can accommodate up to 300 students. The exterior features an eye-catching ‘art wrap’ depicting UCL’s history, which was designed by UCL Slade School of Fine Art lecturers Edward Allington and Jo Volley.
CHARLES BELL HOUSE
– 248 PERMANENT AND HOT-DESK SPACES
– HUB FOR UP TO 40 STUDENTS – TEACHING AND SEMINAR ROOMS – FLEXIBLE WET AND DRY LABS – INTEGRATED TEST OPERATING THEATRE – TISSUE CULTURE AND SEQUENCING WORK SUPPORT AREAS –HISTOLOGY, IMAGING, LASER WORK AND ENGINEERING FACILITIES
A PIONEERING SETTING WHERE CLINICIANS, ENGINEERS AND COMPUTER SCIENTISTS ARE WORKING TOGETHER UNDER ONE ROOF FOR THE FIRST TIME Research by the Wellcome/EPSRC Centre for Interventional and Surgical Sciences (WEISS) makes life-changing treatments safer and more accessible for patients. The refurbished facilities at Charles Bell House are enabling engineers, researchers and clinicians to work under one roof for the first time as they collaborate on new research to improve vascular, paediatric, ophthalmic, neurological and prostate surgical interventions.
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RESTORING A BUILDING’S ORIGINAL CHARACTER TO CREATE A DISTINCTIVE DINING HUB
The refurbishment of the Lower Refectory restores the building to its former glory, showcasing original features while creating a beautiful and contemporary catering space for students, staff and visitors.
OPENING UP THE SPACE
The refectory is UCL’s largest dining facility, providing hot and cold meals, snacks and drinks on site, and a catering service for meetings and events across the whole campus. We renovated the entire cafeteria — designing a new commercial kitchen, creating welcoming indoor and outdoor dining areas, and improving welfare facilities, accessibility and energy efficiency. The original building had many attractive features, which we wanted to celebrate. We removed the low, suspended ceiling to reveal the original high ceilings, discovered hidden parquet flooring and opened up the windows to allow the light to flood in.
– IMPROVED HEATING AND COOLING – IMPROVED ENERGY AND WATER EFFICIENCY
– NEW KITCHEN WITH FOOD PREP, DRY STORE AND COLD STORE – SEATING FOR 324 PEOPLE – MENUS DESIGNED BY STUDENTS – CROSS-CAMPUS CATERING SERVICE
– USAGE HAS DOUBLED – RESTORATION OF ORIGINAL FEATURES – LIFT FOR IMPROVED ACCESSIBILITY
EXTENDING THE DINING CHOICES
We wanted to give diners a choice of open and closed seating areas. So we designed quality banquet seating, which gives a sense of privacy, created open areas with tables and chairs, and added bench tables along the window. We also created a new outdoor dining area. The Lower Refectory now opens on to the new Wilkins Terrace (see pages 14–15), giving students, staff and visitors a quiet outdoor dining space. Students had a say in what goes on the menu. We asked them what they wanted in order to give them a wider choice of food that caters to all diets while offering good value at the same time. The Lower Refectory sits at the geographical heart of UCL’s transformation programme. An important part of the work was opening access to other areas of campus, including the Wilkins Terrace, Bloomsbury Theatre, Main Library, Front Quad and the Japanese Garden through to Gordon Street. The revitalised refectory is bringing students, staff and visitors to the centre of UCL and is a vibrant hub for eating, studying, relaxing and socialising.
A SOCIAL HUB AT THE HEART OF CAMPUS
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KATHLEEN LONSDALE BUILDING
AN INSPIRING CENTRE OF LEARNING AND RESEARCH FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF EARTH SCIENCES
The refurbishment gives UCL Earth Sciences a modern facility where academics and students study everything from the origin of the earth to the history of the life it sustains.
MODERNISING A HERITAGE BUILDING
The Kathleen Lonsdale Building was constructed in 1915 as UCL’s first purpose-built chemistry building and is named after the scientist, Quaker and pacifist who conducted ground-breaking crystallography research at the university. To create a world-class facility that could house the entire Earth Sciences department, we carried out a major refurbishment – reinstating some historic features while improving the layout to create modern teaching, research and social spaces. Students now learn in labs filled with the latest scientific equipment. And because the entire department is in one building there’s an increased opportunity for interdisciplinary research, covering areas including earth sciences, maths, chemistry, biology, physics and astrophysics. The building also showcases the work done there, with a Rock Room housing the department’s collection of rocks, minerals and fossils, and an impressive dinosaur skeleton in the entrance symbolising how life and earth have co-evolved.
– FULLY ACCESSIBLE BUILDING – 96% OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS RECYCLED – IMPROVED AIR QUALITY AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY – BREEAM ‘VERY GOOD’ RECOGNITION
– LARGE TEACHING SPACES – COLLABORATION HUBS – GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICE (GMP) LAB – BREAKOUT SPACES – REFURBISHED OFFICES
“My group regularly uses five different research labs. These were previously housed in four different buildings, but now they are all in one wing of the same building the benefits are enormous.”
BRIDGET WADE Professor of Earth Sciences
The building now has a Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) lab with the latest medical imaging equipment, which is used in the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of diseases, including cancer and dementia.
BLENDING THE OLD WITH THE NEW
While modern facilities are essential to advancing science, we wanted to highlight the building’s Grade II heritage by restoring some of the original features. We reinstated the cast iron and timber balustrade at the top of staircase by rebuilding a section that had been removed, renovated original plasterwork in one of the teaching rooms and revealed the original glazed bricks in the postgraduate research lab.
A GRAND RE-OPENING
Sir David Attenborough re-opened the building at an event where UCL earth scientists Professor Paul Bown and Dr Jeremy Young presented him with a ceramic sculpture of a newly discovered ocean plankton species named in honour of the BBC’s Blue Planet series.
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– MEMBERS OF THE CIRCLE OF BENEFACTORS INCLUDE GENEROUS ALUMNI, DONORS, COMPANIES AND TRUSTS AND FOUNDATIONS – PART OF UCL’S ‘IT’S ALL ACADEMIC’ CAMPAIGN TO RAISE £600 MILLION – YOUNGEST HAND IS 15 AND OLDEST IS 99 – REFLECTS UCL’S COMMITMENT TO PUBLIC ART “The donor wall represents an amazing community who’ve come from across the world to support UCL. It’s really important that this recognition is at the heart of UCL.”
CELEBRATING MORE THAN 60 OF UCL’S DONORS WITH A STRIKING PERMANENT ARTWORK
UCL Slade School of Art alumna Dr Sarah Fortais created the unique public artwork by making moulds of donors’ hands then casting them in bronze and aluminium. The ‘hands’ are displayed on the wall, which recognises the UCL Circle of Benefactors. Each hand represents a member of the UCL Circle of Benefactors, who has generously supported UCL through donations of £1 million and above.
LORI HOULIHAN UCL Vice-Provost (Advancement)
INSTITUTE OF PRION DISEASES COURTAULD BUILDING
– EIGHT FLOORS OF REFURBISHED SPACE – NEW RECEPTION AND OFFICES – HIGH CATEGORY RESEARCH LABS – SUPPORT ROOMS FOR MICROSCOPES AND FREEZERS – REPLACED THE 1980’S FAÇADE – RENEWED DOUBLE-STOREY ROOF
A MODERN FACILITY THAT’S ENABLING TRANSFORMATIVE RESEARCH INTO PRIONS
The MRC Prion Unit at UCL is one of the world’s leading research centres for the study of prions and their wider relevance to neurodegenerative diseases, with a growing research interest in Alzheimer’s disease. We remodelled an empty building to give them a national centre of excellence, which brings researchers from across campus into one home. The new facilities give the Prion Unit everything needed to carry out research into variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (vCJD) and other common causes of dementia such as Alzheimer’s disease.
44 WICKLOW STREET A WORKSHOP FIT FOR A FORMULA ONE ENGINEER, BUILT FOR TRAINING TOMORROW’S PIONEERING ENGINEERS The purpose-built workshop we created for UCL Mechanical Engineering meets Formula One standards, resulting in a place that delivers world-class training. The workshop provides vital new space, helping the department to grow. Students now learn in a place that allows them to compete in the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Design Challenge competition for the first time, and F1 In Schools UK use it for its summer programmes. It’s also caught the eye of an alumni who works for Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport and now returns to UCL as a guest lecturer, thanks to the impressive teaching spaces.
– STATE-OF-THE-ART WORKSHOP – VIRTUAL REALITY LAB – TEACHING AND SEMINAR SPACE – COMPUTER CLUSTER
“We’ve made sure that a range of student perspectives were taken into account and that students would perceive it as a student-friendly home, opposed to a corporate residential block.”
PIPPA VANDERPLANK UCL Psychology student and UCL Accommodation student team
– ACCOMMODATION FOR 291 STUDENTS, INCLUDING ACCESSIBLE ROOMS – 24-HOUR STAFFED RECEPTION – RECREATIONAL SPACES AND PUBLIC CAFÉ – SUSTAINABLE ‘BLUROOF’ TO IMPROVE DRAINAGE – CO-DESIGNED WITH STUDENTS
RAISING THE STANDARD OF STUDENT ACCOMMODATION BY CREATING A WELCOMING HOME FROM HOME
After a consultation with students on everything from bedrooms to social spaces, we refurbished the Astor College halls to create modern, accessible accommodation to suit a range of budgets and needs.
Charles Bell House ‘Excellent’ BREEAM certificate 2019 Sainsbury Wellcome Centre Winner: British Construction Industry Awards 2016, Major Building Project of the year ‘Excellent’ BREEAM certificate 2017 22 Gordon Street Winner: Education Estates Award 2017 – Project of the Year Winner: Education Estates Award 2017 – Refurbishment of the Year Winner: AJ Retrofit Awards 2017 – Higher and Further Education Winner: RIBA Awards 2017 – London Regional Award Commendation: Civic Trust GB & Rol Construction Award Shortlisted: Education Estates Awards 2017 – Student Experience Shortlisted: Building Awards 2017 – Refurbishment Project of the Year Shortlisted: AJ Retrofit Awards 2017 – Building of the Year Shortlisted: AJ Retrofit Awards 2017 – Client of the Year Shortlisted: New London Awards 2017 – Education Shortlisted: Camden Design Awards 2017 ‘Excellent’ BREEAM certificate 2018 Bloomsbury Theatre Shortlisted: AJ Retrofit Awards 2019 – Culture Project/ Refurbishment Submitted: Building Magazine Awards 2019 – Refurbishment Project of the Year Submitted: Civic Trust Awards 2019 Awards 2018 – Regional Shortlisted: Construction Excellence Awards 2017 –
Kathleen Lonsdale Building Shortlisted: Department for Education (DfE) Education Estates Awards 2018, Refurbishment of the Year ‘Very good’ BREEAM certificate 2019 Student Centre ‘Outstanding’ BREEAM certificate 2019 Winner: Judges’ Inspiration Award 2019 Institute of Civil Engineering (ICE) Civil Engineering Awards Winner: Scheuco Excellence Awards for Design and Innovation 2019, Education Building Overall Winner: Scheuco Excellence Awards for Design and Innovation 2019 Runner-up, ‘People’s Choice’ 2019 Institute of Civil Engineering (ICE) Civil Engineering Awards Highly commended: BREEAM Awards 2018, Public Sector Project – Design Shortlisted: Department for Education (DfE) Education Estates Awards 2019, Project of the Year – Universities & Colleges Shortlisted: Department for Education (DfE) Education Estates Awards 2019, Pupil/Student Experience
UCL Estates Shortlisted: Department for Education (DfE) Education Estates Awards 2019, Innovation in Delivering Value UCL East Highly Commended: Planning Wilkins Terrace Winner: Civic Trust Awards 2019 Finalist: Architects’ Journal Architecture Awards 2018, Landscape Architecture of the Year Regional Finalist: Civic Trust Awards 2019, Selwyn Goldsmith Award for Universal Design Commended: Natural Stone Awards 2018, Landscaping Shortlisted: Royal Institute of British Architects Awards 2018 Shortlisted: New London Awards 2018, Public Spaces Lower Refectory ‘Very Good’ BREEAM certificate 2018 Shortlisted: Department for Education (DfE) Education Estates Awards 2019, Pupil/Student Experience Bentham House (UCL Faculty of Laws) ‘Excellent’ BREEAM certificate 2018 Finalist: Architects’ Journal Retrofit Awards 2018, Higher and Further Education Shortlisted: New London Awards 2019, Education Shortlisted: Department for Education (DfE) Education Estates Awards 2019, Refurbishment of the Year Level 38, One Canada Square (UCL School of Management) ‘Gold’ SKA certificate 2016 Finalist: British Council for Offices’ Awards 2017, Best Fit Out of Workplace Shortlisted: New London Awards 2017, Workplaces Awards 2018, Stakeholder Engagement in Planning
Cruciform Hub ‘Gold’ SKA certificate 2015 156 Camley Street fit out ‘Gold’ SKA certificate 2015
Confucius Institute for Schools ‘Gold’ SKA certificate 2017
1 St Martin’s Le Grand ‘Gold’ SKA certificate 2017
Real Estate Institute (Here East) ‘Gold’ SKA certificate 2019
Institute of Prion Diseases (Courtauld Building) ‘Gold’ SKA certificate 2018
*SKA is an environmental assessment method, benchmark and standard for non-domestic fit-outs, led and owned by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors *BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) is a sustainability assessment method that sets standards for the environmental performance of buildings through the design, specification, construction and operation phases of non- domestic new developments or refurbishment schemes.
“2019 marks the halfway point in our ten-year programme. The next five years will see the continuation of the project’s mission, to build outstanding educational spaces equipped to foster the people, thinking and technology that will make an impact on today’s biggest challenges.”
CHRIS SHORE Director, Capital Projects UCL Estates
PROJECTS IN PROGRESS
INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
A HIGH CALIBRE SPACE FOR NURTURING EXTRAORDINARY EDUCATORS
The transformation of the Institute of Education cements its status as the world leader for research and teaching in education and social science, enabling them to continue attracting the best staff and students.
WHAT WE’RE DOING
We’re refurbishing a Grade II* listed building and extending its life into the 21st century – while improving accessibility, the efficiency of layouts and better utilisation of space. We’re working in six phases.
– A SUPERB LIBRARY, RECEIVING 1.5 MILLION VISITS A YEAR
– 930 TEACHING SEATS IN STATE-OF-THE-ART ROOMS – 100 STUDENT STUDY SPACES – NEW STUDENT BAR WITH OUTDOOR TERRACE – BREEAM ‘EXCELLENT’ RECOGNITION
– NEW LIFTS AND ACCESSIBLE FACILITIES, INCLUDING TOILETS – NEW STAFF WORKSPACES – BOOKABLE MEETING AND STUDY SPACES
PROJECTS IN PROGRESS
INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
WHAT WE HAVE DONE TO DATE
In phase 1 we transformed 2,500 square metres of space into modern teaching, study and social areas. We worked closely with the institute’s education experts to design a variety of teaching spaces, from lecture theatres to seminar rooms, to give them maximum flexibility. The new teaching spaces now reflect their approach to academic teaching, and have received positive feedback from prospective students during campus visits. The 930 teaching seats we built mean that all teaching now takes place under one roof – and money saved from renting external spaces can be reinvested. There’s also opportunity to lease the conference and teaching spaces outside of term time. Students now have private study areas, a bar with an outdoor terrace and a world-class library that’s attracting people from across the whole campus. The central booking system means that meeting and study areas can be used to their full potential. We’ve taken a creative approach to the space available. By adopting a more open-plan environment, 90 people now comfortably work in a floor space that used to house 36. The new offices strike a balance between open and private areas to encourage a dynamic and flexible way of working and delivering an improved user experience. In phase 2 we’ll be creating further modernised space that will enable 72% of staff to move into new spaces by its completion, which is due in early 2022. Phase 3 will complete the refurbishment of 20 Bedford Way and form part of future plans for the estate beyond 2024. We’ll also be renewing the environmental and life safety systems to make the building even more welcoming and comfortable.
“The Masterplan is bringing our iconic building into the 21st century, redesigning the interior to better meet the IOE’s needs today, and better reflect our number one world ranking.”
PROFESSOR BECKY FRANCIS Director, Institute of Education
PROJECTS IN PROGRESS
25 GORDON STREET
REINVIGORATING THE SOCIAL AND LEARNING EXPERIENCE FOR STUDENTS
The Students’ Union is the beating heart of campus life and the first place freshers head to when they arrive. We refurbished three floors to give them outstanding UCL Union-branded facilities and an exceptional student bar with new tables and seating, improved acoustics and a new DJ stage. We also transformed one floor of the building into a modern teaching and learning space for UCL Mathematics that will help drive its ambition to become a world-ranking department for teaching and research.
36–38 GORDON SQUARE
A BEAUTIFUL SPACE FOR ADVANCING RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
The new building for the UCL School of Economics and Public Policy brings together students and academics in the departments of Economics and Political Science at UCL in a dedicated home for the first time. It will be a stimulating place for studying politics at the forefront of research and education on global governance and economic and public policy. To house the new school, we’re transforming three Grade II listed Georgian townhouses in the heart of campus, a stone’s throw from policymakers in Parliament and Whitehall.
– REFURBISHED STUDENT UNION – REVIVED PHINEAS BAR AND SOCIAL AREAS – IMPROVED WELFARE FACILITIES – MODERN TEACHING, LEARNING AND OFFICE SPACES
– 1,000 SQUARE METRES OF SPACE – SEMINAR ROOM FOR 50 PEOPLE – LEARNING NOW TAKES PLACE UNDER ONE ROOF – LOCATION CLOSE TO WHITEHALL AND PARLIAMENT POLICYMAKERS
“This much-needed expansion in close proximity to Westminster enables us to maintain our close links with policymakers and is pivotal in realising our ambition for a world-leading school.”
PROFESSOR SASHA ROSENEIL Dean of the Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences and Chair of the Project Board
PROJECTS IN PROGRESS
DRIVING THE NEXT WAVE OF PIONEERING EYE RESEARCH, EDUCATION AND TREATMENTS
A purpose-built centre of excellence to enable UCL Institute of Ophthalmology and Moorfields Hospital to develop world-leading research and treatments, including artificial intelligence and sight-restoring stem cell therapies.
– £400 MILLION PURPOSE- BUILT CENTRE – WILL BRING TOGETHER RESEARCH, EDUCATION, CLINICAL TRIALS AND PATIENT CARE – SPACE AND FLEXIBILITY TO MEET FUTURE PATIENT NEEDS
–CONSTRUCTION DUE TO BEGIN IN 2021, WITH COMPLETION FIVE YEARS LATER – PLANNED REDEVELOPMENT OF TWO-ACRE ST PANCRAS HOSPITAL SITE
– JOINT VENTURE WITH UCL INSTITUTE OF OPHTHALMOLOGY, MOORFIELDS EYE HOSPITAL AND MOORFIELDS EYE CHARITY
PROJECTS IN PROGRESS
MARSHGATE UCL EAST PHASE 1
A MODERN BUILDING FOR INSPIRING THE WORLD’S THINKERS, INNOVATORS AND MAKERS
Marshgate will be home to new degree programmes, research, innovation and technologies from across eight UCL faculties – uniting activities across Experiments, Arts, Society & Technology (EAST). Marshgate is the larger of the two buildings at UCL East, the first new campus we’ve built since the university was founded. Located on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the world- class campus will bring together researchers, students, communities and partners to collaborate on solutions to the biggest challenges facing humanity. Twelve new academic centres, spread across Marshgate and Pool Street West (see pages 32–33), will make up the core of the campus, gathering the best and brightest thinkers from a range of disciplines to explore issues as diverse as sustainability, future manufacturing, urbanisation, healthcare, culture heritage, and social inclusivity. A CAMPUS DESIGNED FOR COLLABORATION
– RESEARCH AND GROUP WORKSPACES AND LABS – STUDENT-LED FABRICATION WORKSHOPS – LIBRARY AND EXHIBITION AREAS – STUDIO SPACES
– OBJECT-BASED LEARNING – FUTURE MEDIA STUDIO – CAFÉ AND PUBLIC SPACES
“Marshgate, and UCL East as a whole, will break down barriers between disciplines, bringing researchers and students together with industry and local communities in buildings designed for experimentation and collaboration.”
PROFESSOR PAOLA LETTIERI Academic Director for UCL East
PROJECTS IN PROGRESS
MARSHGATE UCL EAST PHASE 1
A 21ST CENTURY BUILDING
Opening in 2023, Marshgate has been designed to provide new spaces for collaborative thinking that transcends the boundaries of traditional academic activities, enabling students and staff to immerse themselves in innovative activities and game changing approaches to research. It will provide over 34,000 square metres of academic space – the size of nearly five Wembley football pitches – as well as café and retail uses. At ground level, Marshgate opens onto the riverside, providing outdoor spaces that can be enjoyed by all. A central atrium, open to the public, has been designed to draw people into a network of accessible spaces and exhibition areas, including showing the work taking place in our Institute of Making. The upper levels of the building have been designed to encourage cross-disciplinary working and engagement between the academic users, with open-plan and circulatory spaces alongside research labs, teaching spaces and study facilities. Marshgate will be home to a range of academic
centres, including: – Institute of Making
– Advanced Propulsion Lab – Manufacturing Futures Lab – Experiential Learning and Research Hub – Global Business School for Health – Institute of Finance and Technology – Robotics and Autonomous Systems – Culture Lab – IDEAS
PROJECTS IN PROGRESS
POOL STREET WEST UCL EAST PHASE 1 A HOME FOR NEW TEACHING, RESEARCH, THE LOCAL COMMUNI TY AND STUDENT L IVING Pool Street West at UCL East will bring together teaching, research, innovation, public engagement and student living in a building designed for experimentation and collaboration.
– TEACHING AND RESEARCH SPACES, WORKSHOPS AND LABS – CAFÉS AND PUBLIC SPACES
– THREE-STOREY MULTI- FUNCTIONAL ACADEMIC ‘PODIUM’ – CINEMA, DOUBLING AS A LECTURE AND EVENT SPACE – ACCOMMODATION FOR OVER 500 STUDENTS
Along with Marshgate (see pages 30 – 31), Pool Street West is part of UCL East, a new world-class UCL campus located on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Opening in 2022, the building’s first three floors will be home to the Future Living Institute, where we will bring together transformational activities from at least five UCL faculties. It will prioritise innovation for the future, collaborate on local and global challenges, and develop solutions that will build a fairer, more sustainable world. We will deliver research, teaching and innovation in areas that span making, sensing, robotics, urbanisation, urban living, ecological sustainability, culture, art and history. Open to the public, there will be a mix of labs, teaching and research spaces and common areas, with informal seating and open spaces where people can meet to collaborate and socialise. Pool Street West will be home to a number of academic centres and spaces, including: – Robotics and Autonomous Systems – Nature-Smart Centre
– Global Disability Innovation Hub – Urban Room & Memory Workshop – Slade Studio – Connected Environments Lab
PROJECTS IN PROGRESS
POOL STREET WEST UCL EAST PHASE 1
“Pool Street West sets a new standard for student living in a fantastic building, which has been designed to encourage innovative and accessible academic programming.” KEVIN ARGENT Deputy Director of UCL Estates & Director of Estates Development
A BUILDING FOR THE COMMUNITY
Pool Street West has been designed to encourage the creation of innovative academic programming, as well as offer an exciting, accessible space for events and activities that will be open to all. The performances, exhibitions, workshops and lectures held here will contribute to a lively and creative learning atmosphere, and will open UCL’s doors in completely new ways, with research and educational programmes that the local community can become involved in. Our new accommodation will be among the best available in London. The two towers on either side of the podium, rising above a landscaped roof terrace, will be home to over 500 students, with accommodation designed as clusters of six to eight en-suite bedrooms sharing kitchen and living areas. Each cluster will also have a common room with three-way views across Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
ROOMS WITH A VIEW
PROJECTS IN PROGRESS
ZCR ZAYED CENTRE FOR RESEARCH INTO RARE DISEASE IN CHILDREN
A RESEARCH HUB THAT’S ADVANCING THE TREATMENTS AVAILABLE TO CHILDREN WITH RARE DISEASES
The ultra-modern Zayed Centre will enable research, trials, diagnostics and gene therapies, including stem cells for regenerating organs. It will be a catalyst for national and international collaboration and transform the treatments available to children with rare disorders.
EASTMAN DENTAL INSTITUTE
STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES, ENABLING PIONEERING DENTAL TRAINING AND RESEARCH
The UCL Eastman Dental Institute is a world leader in dentistry. We are transforming a listed building into a modern space to support its mission to advance dentistry, including preventing, diagnosing and treating common oral disorders. It now has cutting-edge research and teaching areas and a live clinic where students treat NHS patients.
“We’re excited to be moving into the Zayed Centre, which will bring together hundreds of researchers and clinicians under one roof to drive the development of treatments and cures for children with rare and complex disorders.”
– RESEARCH LABS FOR DEVELOPING TRIALS AND TREATMENTS – WORK SPACES WHERE SCIENTISTS AND MEDICAL TEAMS COLLABORATE – FLOW CYTOMETRY SUITE – CARDIOLOGY SUITE – IMPROVED OUTPATIENTS CLINIC
CHRISTINE KINNON Professor of Molecular Immunology, UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health
– 8 ROOMS FOR TREATING NHS PATIENTS – GROUP AND INDIVIDUAL LEARNING SPACES – MODERN FACILITIES TO ENHANCE THE INSTITUTE’S INTERNATIONAL STANDING
– 90 ‘PHANTOM HEADS’ TO HONE DENTISTRY EXPERTISE AND TECHNIQUE – ACCESSIBLE DENTISTRY CHAIRS FOR DISABLED STUDENTS AND PATIENTS – 3D WORKFLOW SUITE FOR IMPROVED DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING – ENHANCED AUDIO-VISUAL
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