Opus One Building

Opus One Building

The building is organised as a two storey rendered block, containing the students union and associated facilities, interlocking with a four storey timber clad block, housing teaching and administration space.

Opus One is an extension to Anglia Ruskin University’s Helmore Building on their Cambridge campus. It represents the first phase of a campus development plan to be implemented over the next few years.

The building is organised as a two storey rendered block, containing the students union and associated facilities, interlocking with a four storey timber clad block, housing teaching and administration space.

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