The Graduate Centre, which has received a £25m injection and will be the new home for the university’s School of Economics and Finance, has been designed by architects Wilkinson Eyre. It will feature a 200-seat, glass-sided lecture space, a dedicated foyer with café and a range of seminar and breakout spaces on other floors.
The building will also feature an open plan reception space in a ‘floating’ glass box with outdoor roof terrace, which Events & Hospitality QM has said will be ideal for drinks receptions and networking events.
Simon Barlow, marketing and communications executive for Events & Hospitality QM, said: "This is a fantastic development in the heart of the QMUL Mile End campus. It brings additional academic facilities to underpin QMUL's academic aspirations, while also presenting a contemporary space with innovative use of light and glass for use by those seeking new and unusual event spaces in this vibrant part of London."Comment below to let us know what you think.
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