Imperial's White City Campus: 14 acres uniting top researchers, businesses, and education partners
WHITE CITY IMPERIAL COLLEGE
The innovative multidisciplinary facility situated within Imperial College's White City campus is intended to serve as a dynamic centre for scholars, partners, students, and the surrounding community. Its primary focus is on fostering cooperation, adaptability, and engagement, equipped with cutting-edge amenities to facilitate genomics, data sciences, community involvement, and entrepreneurial initiatives.
London, W12 7TA
5390 sq. m
The new multidisciplinary building at Imperial College's White City campus is designed to be a versatile hub for academics, collaborators, students, and the local community. It emphasizes collaboration, flexibility, and interaction, with state-of-the-art facilities supporting genomics, data sciences, community engagement, and entrepreneurial endeavours. The architects' focus on modern design is evident, and the building's location in Imperial's entrepreneurial ecosystem promises to foster innovation. It will also host incubators and educational spaces, showcasing a commitment to both research and community outreach. In essence, it's a cutting-edge facility designed to facilitate collaboration, innovation, and academic excellence.
Henriksen Studio supported the client, Graham, with the review of the Facçade Contractor’s proposals and resolution of challenges that arose on site associated with the performance of the rainscreen facçade, which was clad with perforated aluminium panels. Henriksen Studio also carried out assessments of the thermal performance and condensation risk associated with the Façade Contractor’s detailed design.