Nucleus styled by Lief Design

Next month, Queen Mary, University of London is planning to open a striking cafeteria designed by Lief Design.

The group won the four-figure consultancy brief for the venue – Nucleus – on the back of its Student Village canteen at the university last year.

Nucleus will service students and staff at the university’s £33m School of Dentistry and Medicine, built by Alsop Architects.

‘The starting point for the design was the orange stripes, which they wanted to carry through from the rest of the building,’ says Lief Design director Martin Vicker.

The three key elements to the eatery will be a servery, a seating booth and other window seating.

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