Feilden Clegg Bradley, University of Ulster in Belfast (at dusk)
£250 million project is architect’s largest to date
Feilden Clegg Bradley has revealed images of its largest ever project – the £250 million revamp of the University of Ulster’s new Belfast City Campus.
The scheme, which will be submitted for planning at the end of the month, includes three new buildings and part refurbishment of the existing campus for art, design and the built environment.
Keith Bradley, senior partner, described the scheme as “a composite of forms created in response to a key historic city centre site and [which provides] a community agenda of open access to higher education. [It is] a model that reverses the rarified internal world of the traditional university quad to one that openly addresses the streets and urban spaces of the surrounding city neighbourhood.”
The practice said it was inspired by “the morphology of Northern Ireland’s dramatic geology”, and has proposed cladding materials that include white masonry and red brick or stone.
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