In the article, Toby also discusses the collaboration between Ryder and Scott Brownrigg, who worked on parts of the project’s interior design.
Ryder’s role involved the creation of a new laboratory building, which is juxtaposed with the existing twentieth century Kingston Works North (KWN) and Humber Suite buildings. Ryder also designed an ‘Innovation Pathway’ atrium that links new to old.
Scott Brownrigg breathed new life into the KWN Building and the Humber Suite, transforming the dilapidated interiors into a range of contemporary and exciting spaces, including office and meeting facilities.
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