Queen Anne Court Business School, Greenwich

The practice was appointed to carry out a feasibility study into the potential reuse of the former Royal Naval College as a new campus for the University of Greenwich. The site and buildings are listed grade 1, designated as a scheduled ancient monument and they form the centerpiece of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. As a result of this study and following extensive review with English Heritage new uses were found which were considered compatible with the fabric and status of the buildings.

The first building to be converted was Queen Anne Court which now forms the administrative headquarters of the University and also houses the School of Business Studies. The conversion provided a variety of teaching spaces in the former Ward Spaces, while the cellular plans of the North and South Pavilions provide office and tutorial space.

The practice was appointed to carry out a feasibility study into the potential reuse of the former Royal Naval College as a new campus for the University of Greenwich. The site and buildings are listed grade 1, designated as a scheduled ancient monument and they form the centerpiece of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. As a result of this study and following extensive review with English Heritage new uses were found which were considered compatible with the fabric and status of the buildings.

The first building to be converted was Queen Anne Court which now forms the administrative headquarters of the University and also houses the School of Business Studies. The conversion provided a variety of teaching spaces in the former Ward Spaces, while the cellular plans of the North and South Pavilions provide office and tutorial space.

The practice was appointed to carry out a feasibility study into the potential reuse of the former Royal Naval College as a new campus for the University of Greenwich. The site and buildings are listed grade 1, designated as a scheduled ancient monument and they form the centerpiece of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. As a result of this study and following extensive review with English Heritage new uses were found which were considered compatible with the fabric and status of the buildings.

The first building to be converted was Queen Anne Court which now forms the administrative headquarters of the University and also houses the School of Business Studies. The conversion provided a variety of teaching spaces in the former Ward Spaces, while the cellular plans of the North and South Pavilions provide office and tutorial space.

The practice was appointed to carry out a feasibility study into the potential reuse of the former Royal Naval College as a new campus for the University of Greenwich. The site and buildings are listed grade 1, designated as a scheduled ancient monument and they form the centerpiece of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. As a result of this study and following extensive review with English Heritage new uses were found which were considered compatible with the fabric and status of the buildings.

The first building to be converted was Queen Anne Court which now forms the administrative headquarters of the University and also houses the School of Business Studies. The conversion provided a variety of teaching spaces in the former Ward Spaces, while the cellular plans of the North and South Pavilions provide office and tutorial space.