IMPERIAL COLLEGE MASTERPLAN
South Kensington, London
Imperial College was founded at South Kensington in 1888 as part of Prince Albert’s vision for a large-scale cultural and scientific quarter emerging from the success of the Great Exhibition. Over the last 125 years the South Kensington campus has seen successive waves of redevelopment and growth enabling the College to maintain its status as a world-leader in education and research in science, engineering, medicine and business.
This masterplan sets out a long-term framework of discrete projects which enable future growth and change to come forward in a more coherent way, in ways that help to define and strengthen the public realm and in ways that improve the quality of the campus environment for all.
Andrea Campenni, Angie Jim Osman, Alistair MacDonald, Belen Collado Gonzalez, Chris Huges Copping, Fabiana Paluszny, Heather Whitehead, Laura Dodds-Hebron, Laurence Neal, Paul Eaton, Richard Haigh, Siu Lon Liu, Tim Rodber, William Reeve
Allies and Morrison
325,500 sqm GIA
No of Buildings
Exhibition Road, South Kensington
London SW7 2AZ