Wolfson College, Oxford
|Architect||Berman Guedes Stretton|
|Awards||RIBA National Award (Shortlisted) (2016)
RIBA South Award (2016)
RIBA South Conservation Award (2016)
Oxford Preservation Trust Awards (2014 + 2016)
Wolfson College is a grade II listed, graduate college built in 1970. In two phases, the project comprised the creation of a 155 seat auditorium, seminar rooms, and offices, a substantial commercial kitchen, a link building creating a new quad overlooked by a cafe, offices and refurbished library spaces.
As is often the case with buildings of this period, installing new services required considerable ingenuity, particularly with regard to lighting.
The Auditorium is heated and cooled using an innovative mixed mode ventilation system.
We deliver award-winning coordinated building services engineering solutions: cost effective, user friendly, energy efficient, and always conscious of the architectural objectives.