Roland Levinsky Building,
University of Plymouth

The Roland Levinsky Building, on Rowe Street, houses the university's Faculty of Arts and cultural programme Peninsula Arts, the School of Architecture and extensive teaching facilities, as well as gallery space, café, cinema, studio space and offices for creative businesses- with public access.

It was designed by internationally acclaimed architects Henning Larsen, well-known for their work on the Royal Danish Opera House and the Olympic Village in New York. The building has been part-financed by the European Union, European Regional Development Fund and the South West of England Regional Development Agency.

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Roland Levinsky Building
University of Plymouth
Drake Circus


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