||||||||||||||||||Coloured fins cast light into the building in a kaleidoscope of hues|The main social space is postioned at the heart of the JHB Building|The reading rooms at night|Bridges allow students to observe activities in the Abercrombie Building’s atrium|||Coloured ribbon around the main circulation route|The main entrance elevation|Inside the lecture theatre which ‘hovers’ in the middle of the forum|The new school of architecture in the Abercrombie Building|The exterior of the food hall|A litInitial concept of the glowing box and interconnecting pins|Glass fins on the library facade|The pine celluar structure on the windows of the western facade|Patterned weathered steel in the food hall|Lime celluar structure|Oak-tree pixels make up the pattern on the forum glass||
16 Jun 2014

Design Engine transforms Oxford Brookes’ campus

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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