UCL Faculty of Laws


DesignCurial publishes article on redevelopment of Bentham House

25 September 2018

The article describes how Bentham House and the Gideon Schreier wing were integrated to form the new home of UCL Laws.

Bentham House

Online architecture news site, DesignCurial, recently published an article on the redevelopment of Bentham House. The article explores the architectural features of the refurbished building, and highlights the design and build of the new teaching, study, and social spaces. 

The three year redevelopment project was completed in March this year, when Bentham House re-opened its doors to 100 members of staff and 1000 students.

The redesign of Bentham House was created by architects Levitt Bernstein, in collaboration with UCL Laws and UCL Estates as part of Transforming UCL, the largest capital programme in the university’s history. The redevelopment was needed in response to an ageing building, and a growing body of students and staff.

Read the article in full

 Photo credit: Tim Crocker