Planned 57,000 sq ft NTU Art & Design building

£35m Nottingham art school gets green light

Phil Puccio

Work will start early next year on the nine-storey block, which will house Nottingham Trent University’s School of Art and Design.

Bowmer & Kirkland and GF Tomlinson are understood to be in the bidding for the project which has been designed by architect Hawkins Brown.

The planned building at 40–42 Shakespeare Street will provide a variety of workspaces for designing and making, collaboration areas, specialist studios and labs.

The building has been designed to achieve BREEAM ‘Excellent’ and DEC ‘A’ rating.

Design decisions, such as the use of post-tensioned concrete slabs and ceramic cladding, have helped to reduce their carbon impact using HawkinsBrown’s self-developed, open-source HB:ERT software.

Nottingham School of Art and Design project team

Architect: Hawkins Brown
Structural & Civil Engineer: Mott Macdonald
MEP engineer: Waterman
Carbon consultant: Hawkins Brown
Project Manager: Turner & Townsend
Cost consultant: Turner & Townsend
Fire Engineer: Arup

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