We’re delighted to see two of our projects featured in NLA’s new research paper, entitled “Knowledge Networks: London and the Ox-Cam Arc”.
Focusing on the growth in knowledge-intensive industries across London, Oxford and Cambridge (known as the ‘Golden Triangle’), NLA’s new report explores how this ‘knowledge economy’ can be made stronger across the region, showcasing 90 exemplary projects and schemes.
One of the featured projects is LTS’ Science Gallery London, located in London Bridge and completed in 2018 for King’s College London. The gallery brings together scientific researchers, academics, artists and the local community to inspire and engage the public with cutting-edge research through collaboration.
Also featured in the research paper is LTS’ design of a ‘Future Realities Centre’ for Havant & South Downs College (HSDC). Developed with Peter Marsh Consulting, Elementa Consulting and Scott White and Hookins, the project aims to create a learning hub at the heart of the diverse campus.
Download the paper for free via the NLA’s website.