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Work starts on Aukett Swanke’s £20m Cambridge business hub

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Work has begun on Aukett Swanke’s new home for tech start-ups in Cambridge 

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The new 3,700m2 building, which sits at the centre of Cambridge’s new science park, is set to be an incubator space for the city’s booming tech-sector.

The three-storey scheme has been designed in a crescent shape and according to the practice its design is inspired by the ‘sinuous landform of its lakeside setting.’

The ground floor features a social hub, a café, breakout areas, meeting rooms, and spacers for collaborative working, while the first and second floors can be adapted from open plan to cellular offices as needed.

A triple-height atrium provides views out towards the lake and allows daylight into the building.

Peter Eaton of Aukett Swanke, said: ‘Our design for The Bradfield Centre creates an exciting and important new hub for the Science Park, seeking to attract new start-ups, and act as a magnet for serendipitous interaction with existing technology companies and research bodies both local and international. Our design concept provides an internal environment which embraces and encourages a fluid workstyle and creativity.’ 

The Bradfield Centre, Cambridge by Aukett Swanke

The Bradfield Centre, Cambridge by Aukett Swanke

Project data 

Location Cambridge
Type of project office
Architect Aukett Swanke
Client Trinity College, Cambridge
Cost £20 million
Funding £4.8 million from Department of Business, Innovation & Skills
Area 3,700m2
Sustainability target BREEAM Excellent

 

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