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mathematics teacher would tell pupils that 17 into one “won’t go,” but that trick is what Middlesex


University has accomplished as it has steadily shed the confusing patchwork of sites it used to occupy across north London and consolidated its activities at Hendon. This is not by the standards of traditional


university campuses a large space, and it has taken some ingenuity to fit all the requi- site buildings onto it – and an investment of some £200m since this programme began in 2000 – with BPR Architects having worked with Middlesex right the way through.


ADF JUNE 2017


The 3,300 m2


Ritterman Building is the


latest piece in the Hendon jigsaw. Most people enter the campus through


the main entrance, named the Rickett Quadrangle, and part of the Ritterman’s purpose is to provide a hub and focus for the far end of the campus, which previously lacked this. Named after university chancellor Dame


Janet Ritterman, the £18m building was designed with two specific educational ideas in mind. There is a common perception that scien-


tists and technologists know little of creativity, while their creative arts counter- parts are dubious about using technology:


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