I love this part of the city. Many graffiti pieces, good cafés and inspirational red brick buildings. Usually this area is quiet on Sundays but yesterday was different. Totally understandable when you won the derby tho.
WOW! We just broke 18k followers... seriously guys that’s pretty ridiculous! We honestly, wholeheartedly want to thank each and every one of you. If you've been with us on this journey from the start or recently discovered us your support means the world!
As a little thank you we're running a competition for coffee and donuts (obviously) on us. Just tag the friend you'd bring with you. We’ll pick 3 sets of winners for this.
Looking back at Corin Mellor’s Charles Street bridge for @sheffhallamuni. Project shortlisted for the prestigious Brick Awards 2017. (Winners announced in November.) Corin’s bridge links the university’s new Charles Street building, designed by architects Bond Bryan, with the existing Arundel building. The rusting COR-TEN steel with polished stainless steel rings are in response to the historical significance of the site - an old cutlery manufacturing area in the heart of the city where David Mellor also had his first workshop.
The view out of the university library is not one I ever thought I'd miss... Lets face it, I didn't spend a ~whole~ lot of time here, other than when I absolutely had to, i.e. when my laptop broke/trawling around here and the morbid pit that was Western Bank for books for my dissertation. But I miss uni life and Sheffield so much If I could redo my final year without the ridiculous stress I 100% would.