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Hudson Architects

Hudson Architects

Norwich, UK

Hudson Architects - Guntons Atrium

Hudson Architects

The transformation of a University building by inserting a large glazed atrium.




Guntons Atrium

Guntons Atrium 







The Guntons Building is a key building on the Norwich University of the Arts campus. Before our intervention it was dark, dated and difficult to navigate. By inserting a large glazed atrium at the heart of the building we have utterly transformed its appearance and usability. A striking steel staircase now connects departments that were once separated, while daylight is brought deep into the creative studios. The atrium gives the building a strong contemporary identity, and allows staff and students to interact more easily. A refurbished entrance offers a more welcoming presence for the University and a friendlier face to passers by.