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The Institute for Creativity and Technology opened in May 2021. London's new work space for the creative industries can be found in the Design District, right next to Ravensbourne University London on the Greenwich Peninsula.
Ravensbourne’s new Institute for Creativity and Technology is a future-focused home of experimentation, connection and collaboration.
Led by a diverse community of ethical thinkers, creators and disruptors, it is a place where hi-tech collides with lo-tech and no-tech. It provides a space for leading-edge design and media practice to explore new frontiers in a unique culture of innovation.
At its heart the Institute is an ecosystem of professional partnerships, industry networks, business incubation and an internationally recognised transdisciplinary team.
Whether you are looking to upskill, retrain, reach beyond executive boundaries, or provoke innovation change – this is a destination for inspiration.
Come join us. You will grow your skills and nurture ideas while expanding your capacity for daring leadership and business development.
Students learn and create in a custom-designed study space with movable walls, standing and seated desks, tables for making and meeting, and flexible spaces for talks and seminars.
Our students have access to the Institute’s prototyping facilities, virtual reality/augmented reality and mixed reality labs, research labs, Incubation+ and dedicated events and exhibition space.
Image taken by building and refurbishment contractor, Troy.
The Institute for Creativity and Technology’s six component parts make for one unique offer.
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The Design District is Europe’s first permanent purpose-built design district comprising 16 new buildings, designed by eight world-leading architectural practices. It's based in London’s newest creative hub located next to Ravensbourne University London and the O2, the world’s most successful music venue, on the Greenwich Peninsula.
‘An architectural fashion show’: Greenwich peninsula’s Design District
From a rooftop basketball court to a caterpillar-shaped food hall, the souk-like London development is architecture at its trendiest. Can its eye-popping buildings lure young creatives – and bring the buzz?
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Tenants move in as London’s Greenwich Design District nears completion
In September 2017, plans for London’s first purpose-built ‘Design District’ were unveiled.
The project is nearing completion as the district readies itself for its first tenants moving in spring this year. These include Ravensbourne University, which is moving into a shimmering silver cube designed by Barozzi Veiga (A1), with interiors by Brinkworth.
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Interior inspiration: Design Week’s picks:
Ahead of its opening later this year, interior design consultancy Brinkworth has released renders of what the Institute for Creativity and Technology will look like. Housed in the incoming Design District, the space will be operated by Ravensbourne University London.
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Ravensbourne University London launches new Institute for Creativity and Technology to kick-start careers
The brand new Institute for Creativity and Technology will occupy one of two Barozzi Veiga buildings at Design District from May 2021.
Designing the Greenwich Peninsula’s Design District
At the end of May the first ‘creatives’ will begin moving into the almost-complete Design District on a car-free 1ha site next to the O2 on the Greenwich Peninsula.
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