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Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel
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Learning Environments 2013: Holgar Hansel

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  • 1. King’s College London was founded in 1829 by King George IV and the Duke of Wellington, who fought a duel in defence of his role in the establishment of the College. In 1836 King’s became one of the two founding colleges of the University of London.
  • 2. • King’s College School of Medicine & Dentistry 1983 • Chelsea and Queen Elizabeth Colleges 1985 • Institute of Psychiatry 1997 • United Medical & Dental Schools of Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospitals 1998
  • 3. • Sir Charles Lyell, founded modern geology • Sir Charles Wheatstone, developed electric telegraph • James Clerk Maxwell, Einstein’s predecessor in electromagnetism • Florence Nightingale, pioneered nursing training • Lord Lister, ‘father of modern medicine’
  • 4. Strand Campus Waterloo Campus St Thomas’ Campus Guy’s Campus Denmark Hill Campus, in South London
  • 5. including • Professor Edward Appleton (exploration of the ionosphere) • Professor Charles Barkla (X-rays) • Professor Sir James Black (beta blockers and anti-ulcer drugs) • Professor Maurice Wilkins (DNA)
  • 6. one of world’s top
  • 7. students • More than 24,500 students from 140 countries • More than 10,000 postgraduates • Nearly 14,500 undergraduates • More than 6,000 staff
  • 8. million • Annual income £524 million, including • Research income £147 million • Endowment and investment income £5.5 million
  • 9. redevelopment billion A £1 billion redevelopment programme is transforming King’s estate. Since 1999 over half the College’s activities have been relocated in new and refurbished buildings.
  • 10. Somerset House – East Wing
  • 11. Site Context
  • 12. Site Context
  • 13. Masterplan Vision
  • 14. SHEW …no pressure then…
  • 15. The Brief • an improved estate with new accommodation for the College’s prestigious Law School; • the provision of high quality professional training space within the College for postgraduate students, executive training and CPD courses; • room for growth and expansion; • development of cultural and creative industries; • improved public access and widening participation initiatives.
  • 16. Consultation
  • 17. Consultation
  • 18. Implementation • HEFCE bid: SHEW & Quad  £7.5m • Fundraising target: £20m • SHEW can only provide 60% of previous space • Listed Building restrictions: no new partitions.  Sharing is the only option. • Change Management! • (And allocating more space in the lower floors to student use…)
  • 19. Planning Principles • Everyone treated the same (no exceptions based on rank or length of tenure) • No perceived grades of spatial quality (e.g. window work places and internal workplaces) • Demonstrate an improvement in accommodation (e.g. staff do not expect to lose both privacy and space) • Maximum collocation of School of Law functions good for community and communication • Encourage more staff to work from and in the School of Law for more of the time
  • 20. Acceptance.
  • 21. Implementation
  • 22. Results.
  • 23. One year on… • Dickson Poon Gift - £20m – Additional high calibre staff – Additional offices needed (in SHEW!) • Executive Education – Still ramping up – Impact from Dickson Poon gift… • Creative Industries – Dreamthinkspeak et al (Inigo Rooms) • Widening Participation – Additional project: Learning Centre • Yeoh Gift – More changes to come
  • 24. Meanwhile back at the Quad… • Briefing – Nomad Consultation • International Architectural Competition – Hall McKnight • Estates Strategy Update – “Investing in Strength” – 2,500 students more • Strand Masterplan – Major Development (inc. decant) – Old Laws, Quad, NE Corner, Strand Façade, Surrey Street
  • 25. Creative Consultation - Nomad
  • 26. Learning Commons
  • 27. Hall McKnight Scheme
  • 28. Estates Strategy Update
  • 29. Estates Strategy Update
  • 30. Strand Masterplan 02 East Refurbishment GIA Uplift = 0 m² NIA Uplift = 1000 m² Efficiency = 62% 03 East Surrey St Extension GIA Uplift = 5,000 m² NIA Uplift = 6,500 m² Efficiency = 64% 04 East Surrey St Linked Extension GIA Uplift = 6,500 m² NIA Uplift = 9,000 m² Efficiency = 66% 05 East Kings Extension GIA Uplift = 9,500 m² NIA Uplift = 12,000 m² Efficiency = 68% 06 East Full Redevelopment GIA Uplift = 14,000 m² NIA Uplift = 17,000 m² Efficiency = 70%
  • 31. Lessons learnt • Do your briefing – thoroughly • Do your analysis – in detail • Know your priorities – all of them • Go out of your way to find your client – and spend time with them • Small things can help – a lot (DECT) • Don’t be blinkered – context counts • Don’t think in the moment – the only constant is change

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