22 Gordon Street wins New London Architecture award
7 July 2017
22 Gordon Street has won a 2017 New London Architecture award in the Education category.
The success follows winning a RIBA London award, as well as being shortlisted for the AJ100 Awards and the AJ Retrofit Awards.
The building, designed by Hawkins\Brown, was refurbished between 2014 and 2016, and was officially opened by Her Royal Highness Princess Anne, Chancellor of the University of London, in December 2016.
Euan Macdonald, Partner of Hawkins\Brown and designer of 22 Gordon Street, said: “The NLA Awards are a true mark of distinction that champion the exceptional quality of design in the capital and we are delighted that the project stood out amongst such a strong and competitive field of built and unbuilt projects.”
Hawkins\Brown has also designed our new space UCL Here East, due to open in autumn 2017. UCL Here East will focus on teaching, learning and research space. This includes an event/exhibition space and studio space while housing numerous chambers for research and a large-scale area for robotics.