Designed by the renowned Eric Parry, and known as The Triangle Building, the new 360,000 sq ft building will accommodate from 2,500 to 3,000 employees and consolidate office space previously housed in eleven locations around the city onto one site, bringing all Cambridge-based staff under one roof. The Triangle Building underlines Cambridge Assessment’s continuing commitment to the city of Cambridge’s development as a centre of educational excellence in the global market.

The Triangle, with its striking tower, has created a new landmark when approaching Cambridge from the South. 

In its response to the surroundings and its palette of brick glass and pre-cast concrete, utilising Limetec’s Hydraulic Lime mortar, The Triangle recalls the typology of institutional buildings of the mid-twentieth century, with Alvar Aalto’s National Pensions Institute in Helsinki providing a particular source of inspiration.