University of Greenwich wins Regional RIBA Award
The University Of Greenwich Stockwell Street Building has won the RIBA London Regional Award 2015.
Built by Osborne and designed by Dublin based heneghan peng architects, the building extends the university into the heart of Greenwich and creates a landmark for the town.
Head of Estates at Greenwich University, Peter Fotheringham said: “Congratulations and what an opportunity to thank everyone involved with the project for the last few years, it was a fantastic team effort. The university are delighted with this recognition from the RIBA, it confirms our belief that this is an exceptional building within the Greenwich World Heritage Site that has met our aspirations by delivering first class facilities for our students.”
The University of Greenwich is one of London’s most international universities with students from more than 140 countries.
The £80 million building is home to the University’s main research and study library, as well as the Department of Architecture & Landscape and the Department of Creative Professions and Digital Arts.