The University of Greenwich has produced a stylish virtual tour of its new £76m Stockwell Street building.
In the heart of Greenwich town centre, the building was opened to visitors for the first time on July 23 but now everyone can get a sneaky peek inside.
The building includes a new campus library, two lecture theatres, broadcast quality TV studios, seminar spaces and design studios.
With several galleries and a café open to the public, the university says the building is an inspiring addition to Greenwich’s architectural heritage and community.
Its roof terraces are home to a wetland, climate-controlled greenhouses, an apiary of bees, an outdoor vegetable grid for research in to food cultivation, arid planting, and herbaceous landscapes.
Vice-chancellor of the university Professor David Maguire said: "This building is a symbol of what this university can achieve in the future - its ambitions, its world leading research and teaching."
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