Key Information


£4.5 million


High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire






To redevelop the south wing building for the Faculty of Society and Health.


The internal space was entirely redeveloped to meet the varying needs of BNU and their students. Providing modern, inviting spaces for a variety of learning environments. Including a sports and wellbeing clinic, a sports therapy teaching lab, advanced clinical skills labs, a human performance, exercise and wellbeing centre and ‘the room’, a multi-purpose space providing over 150 different uses. The corridors provide a bright, clean space for students, incorporating acoustic solutions ensuring noise levels do not effect classes. Corridors are also linked to other campus buildings providing free movement across the site. 

Externally we replaced all windows with insulated, heat reflecting double glazing, covering the old concrete floor slabs, in addition to insulating the building’s roof. The heat reflective glass maximises natural daylight and helps manage internal room temperature throughout the year. This design also provided an aesthetically pleasing image, providing the university with a modern, upgraded look.