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NBBJ  – University Enterprise Zone, London 


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The University Enterprise Zone is a new innovation space in the heart of Whitechapel in East London.

 Hosted by Queen Mary University of London and funded by Research England and Designed by NBBJ, the space provides a range of flexible and adaptable workspaces for early-stage digital health, med-tech and AI start-ups within the QM Bio Innovation Centre, a building also designed by NBBJ in 2011.  


The design focuses on fostering relationships and social wellbeing whilst promoting collaboration and connectivity amongst different tenants. Glazed partitions with thin transoms were specified to maximise daylight and create a sense of transparency and visual connectivity between different workspaces, office desks, meeting rooms as well as between floors, whilst allowing natural daylight to reach deep within the space. Breakout spaces encourage social interaction between tenants and provide an environment for people to meet, socialise and collaborate. 

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