This building houses over 240 staff and provides teaching space for more than 1,600 students.
- WiFi technology
- pool teaching rooms
- a double height lecture theatre
- dramatic three storey glass open atrium
- meeting rooms
- office accommodation
- reception desk area
- specialist IT facilities
- Chef Hallam catering outlet
- a gallery
- parking for disabled badge holders
The active frontage is made from innovative ‘Blink’ glass, which is opaque when dormant but becomes clear when an electrical charge is passed through it. This provides a shop window, enabling students to display their work to passers by.
The building also boasts some of the most sustainable and energy-saving features anywhere in the city.
- the building uses the earth’s ability to store heat in the ground and a pump supplies it to parts of the building
- solar panels heat the water supply for the building
- the energy from burning University waste also heats the building, so central heating boilers are not required
- it has a sophisticated building management system which monitors temperatures so heating is supplied as and when required
- lights are controlled by passive Infra-red controls and day light sensors
Lecture room tour
A 360 degree tour of a lecture room in the Cantor Building
Computer room tour
A 360 degree tour of the computer networking room in the Cantor Building
Computer room side view
A side view of a computer games development room used for computer games courses.
Computer room used for gaming courses
A front view of a computer games development room used for computer games courses.
Video guide of the Furnival Building
Ollie a student at the University presents a guide to the Furnival Building
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