Virtual Building Visit !
UoS Engineering Heartspace
5.30pm, Thursday 6th August 2020
Delivered by Matt Hutton of Bond Bryan, via Teams
Join the Sheffield Society of Architects for a the first in what we hope will be a new way to visit Sheffield's architecture.
The session will begin with a presentation and live Q&A from Bond Bryan Director and Project Architect, Matt Hutton. Including video and photography from the buildings before and after their striking conversion.
The Engineering Heartspace, at the University of Sheffield's historic Mappin St complex of buildings, sits beneath a dramatic undulating glass roof structure, providing a unique space for the whole of the faculty. The quadruple height atrium, inserted between the Grade II listed Mappin Building and the 1885 Central Wing, offers highly-serviced laboratories, offices and a café – as well as providing a collaboration space for students and staff from various departments.
The session is free to join in and we welcome everyone - architects and other built environment professionals, students, families and friends.
We hope this method of visiting local architecture will be more accessible to more people. The session will be recorded and made available on our website free of charge after the event.
Please click the button above to register, and we'll send you the link to join in!