The Ritterman building is Middlesex University’s newest state-of-the-art teaching facility at its Hendon campus.
The five-storey building boasts a number of innovations, including 3,300 square metres of additional teaching space for the Faculty of Science and Technology, and the Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries.
With environmental sustainability at its heart, the Ritterman building features solar panels, a bio-diverse green roof and four living walls growing over 3,500 plants – the largest of its kind in Barnet!
The building is named after Dame Janet Ritterman, and was officially opened by her in February 2017. Dame Janet’s first post in higher education was at Middlesex, where she joined staff in 1975. She is now the University's Chancellor.
Watch our video of the Ritterman Building's official opening: