Cambridge Architecture Students design study spaces

Earlier this week, rhp architects Leo and Patrick had the pleasure of joining the review panel at the University of Cambridge Architecture school, for the first year students’ first ever project! The brief is to design new study facilities at the Erasmus Building in Queens’ College, utilising forgotten and left over spaces, both inside and out. This includes the space between stairwells, roof gardens, and alleyways. We were very excited to hear the creative designs the students have come up with, and give some thoughts on how these might be developed further.

The project will culminate with a live build project, where the students will construct part of their proposal, paid for by their own efforts at fundraising. We look forward to seeing what they construct at the end of November. In the meantime, here are some photos of the designs so far.

Cambridge Architecture Students design study spaces
Cambridge Architecture Students design study spaces
Cambridge Architecture Students design study spaces

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