Beit Quadrangle is one of the oldest groups of buildings now occupied by Imperial College London in South Kensington. Designed by Aston Webb in 1909, the quadrangle is adjacent to the Royal Albert Hall.
FCBStudios were appointed to undertake the conversion and extension of two wings previously housing scientific departments, together with the refurbishment of other student accommodation which provides 325 student bed spaces and high quality conference facilities.
Roof-top extensions were proposed on both the east and the west wings. A two-storey extension was constructed on the east wing which has a particularly sensitive elevation looking towards the Albert Hall.