Cohen Quad’s got curves! The distinctive sides of Exeter’s new campus (see header photo above) are going up as we write.
The smooth, curved shape of the upper side walls and roof begins on the second floor:
It means that the student bedrooms which make up the second floor of the west wing will all enjoy a beautiful curved ceiling.
They will eventually look like this:
The next stage is to build the third floor on the east wing, taking the line of the curve even higher. Indeed construction has already begun at the east of the site, above the main entrance:
This render shows the curves of the east wing with its three floors (left-hand side) and the west wing, which finishes at the second floor (right-hand side):Stay tuned for our next update on the bricks and stone that will clad the building once the frame is completed.