Niagara in Malmö is a meeting centre for the faculties of culture and society and technology and society, and is also home to the university college’s central management. With its 25,000 m², it is the university college’s second largest building and is used by around 4,500 students and 500 employees since the autumn term of 2015.
In the three entrances, there are entrance mats and scraper grids from Matting. To ensure that the premises/environment meets applicable accessibility requirements, Matting tactile paths made from stainless steel have been installed around Niagara leading to the three entrances of the building. The tactile paths continue into the atrium, where they join to form a main circuit, which has branches off to key functions such as lifts and reception.