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1. Alumno celebrates opening of new 60-bed Ravilious House PBSA scheme in Brighton.
2. Named after WWII artist Eric Ravilious who had strong ties to the area.
3. Features studio flats, two-aspect rooms, cinema, games room, rooftop garden and on-site café.
4. Tailored residence for students of The Screen and Film School, Brighton.
5. Incorporates sustainability measures like solar panels, energy efficient lighting and heating.
News in Details:
Developer Alumno recently held an opening ceremony for its latest purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) scheme in Brighton called Ravilious House. The 60-bed development is located on Lewes Road, known as Brighton’s Academic Corridor given its proximity to several higher education institutions.
Details and features of Ravilious House:
– 60 student beds
– Studio flats and two-aspect rooms
– On-site amenities:
– Cinema room
– Billiard room
– Bicycle parking
– Cafe and retail space on ground floor
– Communal indoor and outdoor areas for studying and relaxing
– Rooftop ‘Winter Garden’ with views of Brighton and prints by Eric Ravilious
The residence was designed by Greenaway Architects and tailored specifically for students of The Screen and Film School, Brighton. Sustainability features include:
– Solar panels
– Energy efficient lighting
– High-efficiency air source heating
The building is named after Eric Ravilious, an artist with strong Brighton ties, who tragically died in WWII. The opening plaque commemorates 14 WWII bombing victims who lost their lives nearby in 1940.
Alumno Managing Director David Campbell said: _”Ravilious House is ideally located to serve Brighton’s student population and we worked closely with the city and community to deliver maximum benefit.”_