Washing away the well-known model with a hybrid of halls and hotel
In location and wellbeing
Integrating sleep, study and social for post graduate students
Bedrooms designed and counting...
Student accommodation is evolving. The en suite/non en suite debate has shifted to a focus on social and learning environments that support the student experience.
There has been an explosion in studio spaces and large communal areas, with bookable dining rooms, study booths, gyms and cinemas becoming more common place, creating meaningful environments for sleeping, studying and socialising.
With pastoral care more important than ever and far greater issues relating to mental wellbeing, we are undertaking research with a number of clients that looks at how student accommodation is used and trialling new models to ensure only useful, meaningful and flexible facilities are provided.
We work alongside universities, private developers and contractors in delivering innovative, flexible designs, achieving a significant return on investment, from new build to refurbishment.