The building features two broadcast standard TV studios, arranged to accommodate innovations in digital workflows and to replicate professional studio experience and post-production for students during their studies. There is also a sound studio to help develop the university’s capacity in music and sound production for media and arts work. There are several seminar rooms with technological solutions for sharing digital material on the whole class scale, with innovative use of projection and wireless technologies.
The building hosts a physical workshop environment for the development of 3D work, architectural models and animation sets. Studio spaces are designed to encourage students to share and show their work as it develops. IT hardware and software provided to support the shift to digital in the areas of the university’s creative practice.