Every university is different. The way we think about campuses is evolving, and the built environment has to respond to that.
We get to the heart of what makes each university unique, walking in the shoes of our stakeholders to get a full understanding of every brief. By engaging with staff, students and communities, we unlock the potential of campuses across the country, combining evidence from these engagements with our own research and expertise.
A university is not simply a place to teach, research, learn and relax. It is a place to belong. We design spaces which improve the wellbeing of those who use them, and empower people to share expertise and facilities together.
We embed sustainability in everything we do. It’s an attitude that informs not only our designs, but our culture and whole way of thinking – ensuring that our projects embody the highest standards of environmental performance.
This concept captures a range of space types; open collaborative work areas, bookable meeting rooms, lounge areas, quiet working/personal pods, kitchen areas and the ‘kitchen table’, media and project areas, and personal storage.
Insights | 30th October 2020
What does the future hold for our university campuses after COVID-19? That’s a question our higher education director Jon has set out to answer.
News | 22nd September 2020
ADP has submitted plans for a major new science and research building in Central Manchester. Commissioned by the University of Manchester, the Christabel Pankhurst Institute will transform the way researchers work together.
News | 11th September 2020
This year’s Education Estates Awards shortlist has been revealed and we are delighted to have two projects on the list. It was announced that our designs for the Joseph Priestley East Building at University of Huddersfield and Braywick Court School, are shortlisted for awards at the Virtual Shortlist Party this week. The Education Estates Awards […]