The Point 4 Building rehoused the entire complementary therapy unit at the college, and as such provided not only a learning environment for the students, but also a commercial outlet for their work.
The scheme also included a commercial food outlet, which is for use by the public while the centre is open. The hydrotherapy pools were incorporated to provide a service to both the students and the public.
|Willmore Iles Architects||Andrew Iles, Stephen Draper|
|Structural Engineer||Curtins Consulting|
|Mechanical + Electrical Engineer||DCL|
|Landscape Architect||The Landmark Practice|