TateHindle Architects

Knowledge Capital showcases the new headquarters for the Institute of Physics

TateHindle is included in New London Architecture’s latest major research paper 'Knowledge Capital: making places for education, innovation and health'.

The publication explores the transformation of London’s education and medical sector estate, and examines how innovation clusters, new technology and ground-breaking design are key drivers of the city’s future economy. The practice is featured with a project showcase on new headquarters for the Institute of Physics, currently on site in King’s Cross. The new headquarters will link to the Knowledge Quarter’s burgeoning community of higher education institutions, museums, libraries, archives, research centres, scientists, academics, and students clustered within the hub’s one-mile radius.

Further details and download the research paper here.