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Located on the Greenwich Peninsula, the new Ravensbourne building is just a stones throw from the O2 and offers stunning views over the Thames and Canary Wharf. The award-winning building, designed by prestigious architect Farsid Moussavi, opened in 2010. The striking mosaic facade give the building a futuristic look, while the spacious open reception area, with its revolving doors, offers a wealth of filming opportunities with the potential to double for a variety of locations.
Both the reception and the Big Space areas are open to the full height of the building, making the most of Ravensbourne’s iconic round windows, with each of the buildings’ nine open-plan levels dramatically overlooking the space.
The college, famous for its digital media and design courses, offers incredible media facilities. In addition to numerous work spaces and technology hubs, it boasts an industry-standard HD digital broadcast facility with state of the art equipment. Other facilities include a library, café, conference rooms and several spaces of over 300sqm, with some offering full black-out or natural light.
Surrounded by the bars, cafes and restaurants of the Peninsula, Ravensbourne also has excellent transport links, being a short walk from North Greenwich Tube and the Emirates Air Line cable car. Ravensbourne has long been available for private event or facility hire, with previous clients including Google, YouTube and Disney.
- Applications are now open for @berlinale 's summit and talent development programme for emerging film and TV series… https://t.co/PPkcjP1i7g
- If you reside in the UK and are a filmmaker looking to fund your second feature, you may be eligible for… https://t.co/jmr6l08Qta
- Congrats to the @WrenBoysFilm team for winning the Tiernan McBride Award for Best Short Drama!… https://t.co/EtPIyXvXII
Now in its eleventh year, the Award recognises and supports artists working with moving image and celebrates the spirit of experimentation, imagination and innovation in the work of UK-based artist filmmakers.