Features: Amesbury School Visual Arts Building
We are pleased to announce that we have been shortlisted for the Structural Awards 2017 with three projects: 15 Clerkenwell Close for the Structural Artistry category, The Pump House for the Small Projects (of under £1m) category and Amesbury School Visual Arts Building for the Small Projects (under 1m) category.
15 Clerkenwell Close which we worked on with Amin Taha + Groupwork is a six-storey mixed-use building with a basement, containing nine residential units and office space. It replaces a poor-quality 1980s office renovation that was thought to contribute little to the character and quality of the streetscape within the Clerkenwell Conservation Area.
The Pump House which we worked on with Fabric Space is a Victorian pump house building that has been converted into flats.
The Visual Arts Building at Amesbury School which we worked on with Tp Bennett is a striking single-storey, timber-framed pavilion block with 195m2 of internal space, and an equivalent area of external decking. The building replaces a tired prefabricated classroom and provides a visually stimulating multifunctional space for the school’s expanded arts curriculum and its budding young artists.
The Institution of Structural Engineers has been celebrating structural engineering excellence for over 50 years. The Structural Awards recognises the most talented structural designers and their contribution to the built environment. The winners will be announced at the Structural Awards Ceremony on Friday 17 November at The Brewery, London.
The full shortlist is available to view here: The Structural Awards.