The second phase of the Saïd Business School completes ideas begun in phase I in 2001. In urban design terms it further encloses the station square providing a new entrance to the institution and protects the existing garden from the noise of the railway.
The building, the same as phase I, has extensive buff brickwork with stone dressings. However in contrast to phase I, the entrance is marked by a solid stone cube with an unambiguous door at its centre.
The accommodation is for executive education and additional teaching space for MBA students. It incorporates three new Harvard lecture rooms, an executive club and extensive dining facilities.