Visit to the new Unity Campus + discussion on how architecture can affect behaviours

Join Cambridge Network at the new Unity Campus to discuss the future of the workplace and to see a stunning new innovation district in the heart of the Cambridgeshire countryside. Our places of work are having to work differently for many of us post-covid. The architects of the campus will explore the impact of covid on design and utilisation of space, and how architecture can affect behaviours.

a new business park building

Our places of work are having to work differently for many of us post-covid. The architects of the campus will explore the impact of covid on design and utilisation of space, and how architecture itself can affect behaviours.

Owned by Howard Group, Unity Campus is an exciting new urban innovation district in the heart of the Cambridgeshire countryside where old industrial buildings are being transformed into sustainable, state-of-the-art labs and offices alongside new buildings with an edgy industrial aesthetic.

Join us at the award-winning flagship building The Works and discover how a former 60,000 sq ft industrial unit was converted into a stunning building with wet labs and offices whilst retaining 50% of the original materials and structure including a quirky 100m long communal area called The Street where members meet, eat and play. 

Join us for drinks and canapes at this free event for Cambridge Network members, small charge for non-members.

Cambridge Network would like to thank Jeanette Walker at the Unity Campus for kindly hosting us at this stunning location.

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