lundi 20 février 2017

Croydon Westfield and Hammerson Shopping Centre

Westfield and Hammerson Shopping Centre Development South London, Building Image, Design, News

Croydon Westfield and Hammerson Shopping Centre

Major Retail Development in South London, England – design by Leonard Design, architects

20 Feb 2017

Croydon’s £1.4billion Westfield and Hammerson Shopping Centre

Design: Leonard Design, architects

Location: Croydon, South London, England, UK

New Croydon Shopping Centre

DESIGN OF £1.4BILLION RETAIL SCHEME FORMS A LARGE PART OF CROYDON’S “REGENERATION JIGSAW”

Nottingham and London-based Leonard Design has revealed how its plans for Croydon’s £1.4billion Westfield and Hammerson shopping centre bring together the old and new and make significant environmental improvements as a key part of the town’s regeneration.

With a grand galleria at its heart, which will be open 24-hours a day, the scheme has been designed to meet residential, retail, and leisure requirements while prioritising access to pedestrian routes and public transport hubs.

Croydon Westfield and Hammerson Shopping Centre

As well as attracting well-known names, such as a flagship Marks & Spencer, the layout encourages independent retailers and food carts. Plus, upper-level space includes attractive roof terraces and gardens for leisure and residential use.

The site itself presented a number of challenges; it connects a conservation area to the west and south, with taller, modern developments on Wellesley Road. In addition to tackling the height transition, the scheme had to sensitively work with these surrounding building types, paying particular attention to views from the 400 year-old Whitgift Almshouses.

David Leonard, director at Leonard Design, said: “Working with adjacent properties from medieval and grade I listed to the contemporary has been a fascinating challenge. It’s been a considered and collaborative process alongside a number of partners, including The Whitgift Foundation and Historic England, to create plans that are both ambitious and respectful.

“We’ve successfully improved views from the Almshouses, ensuring tall buildings don’t overpower or impact them. We needed to protect around half a dozen key views, ensuring the houses’ recognisable skyline of chimneys is still seen and enjoyed.”

In addition to the shopping centre itself, Leonard Design’s plans include further environmental improvements to the area around Poplar Walk and St Michael’s Church.

David continued: “We’ve been given a chance to give St Michael’s Church the setting it deserves, while reducing traffic to make it more welcoming to pedestrians. This feeds into the wider regeneration plans for Wellesley Road and Croydon as a whole. It reflects our view that the Westfield and Hammerson scheme is just one part of the larger jigsaw of improvements; it’s about helping to re-establish Croydon as London’s southern capital, maximising its location as a fantastic catchment area and commuter base.”

For further information visit http://ift.tt/2lpl4QR or on Twitter.

Leonard Design Architects is an East Midlands based practice with a truly global reach. As a young, dynamic, and award-winning architectural and design agency, Leonard Design applies international experience and thinking to the region, staying ahead of global design trends and best practice.

For further information visit http://ift.tt/2lpl4QR or follow @leonard_design on Twitter.

Croydon Westfield and Hammerson Shopping Centre Building information / images received 200217


To see all listed projects on a single map please follow this link.




London Architecture

London Architecture Design – chronological list

Ruskin Square Office
Design: ShedKM, architects
Ruskin Square Office
image from architect

Ruskin Square Office in Croydon

London Architecture

London Architecture Walking Tours

London Architect

Westfield Shopping Centres in London

Westfield Shopping Centre London – White City / Sheperds Bush
Westfield London Extension
image courtesy of architects

Westfield Stratford City Shopping Centre
Westfield Stratford City
photo © Adrian Welch

Croydon Buildings

Community Garden and Learning Centre in Croydon
Design: Geraghty Taylor Architects
Community Garden and Learning Centre
image from architect

Taberner House in Croydon
Design: make, architects
Taberner House
image from architect

Renaissance Croydon
Design: Andrew Lett Architects
Renaissance Building Croydon
picture from architects

South End Public Realm Croydon
Design: HASSELL
Croydon Public Realm London
image from architect

Croydon Gateway
Design: Foster + Partners
Croydon Gateway
pictures from architects

Croydon Gateway Development
Croydon Gateway
picture from architects

Croydon Regeneration Building
Design: Will Alsop, architect
Croydon Gateway Development
picture from architects

Croydon Canyon Competition




Hoxton Square
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects
Hoxton Square building
courtesy of Zaha Hadid Architects

Centre Point, tower
Design: Richard Seifert, Architect
Centre Point
photo © Nick Weall

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Croydon Westfield and Hammerson Shopping Centre

Westfield and Hammerson Shopping Centre Development South London, Building Image, Design, News

Croydon Westfield and Hammerson Shopping Centre

Major Retail Development in South London, England – design by Leonard Design, architects

20 Feb 2017

Croydon’s £1.4billion Westfield and Hammerson Shopping Centre

Design: Leonard Design, architects

Location: Croydon, South London, England, UK

New Croydon Shopping Centre

DESIGN OF £1.4BILLION RETAIL SCHEME FORMS A LARGE PART OF CROYDON’S “REGENERATION JIGSAW”

Nottingham and London-based Leonard Design has revealed how its plans for Croydon’s £1.4billion Westfield and Hammerson shopping centre bring together the old and new and make significant environmental improvements as a key part of the town’s regeneration.

With a grand galleria at its heart, which will be open 24-hours a day, the scheme has been designed to meet residential, retail, and leisure requirements while prioritising access to pedestrian routes and public transport hubs.

Croydon Westfield and Hammerson Shopping Centre

As well as attracting well-known names, such as a flagship Marks & Spencer, the layout encourages independent retailers and food carts. Plus, upper-level space includes attractive roof terraces and gardens for leisure and residential use.

The site itself presented a number of challenges; it connects a conservation area to the west and south, with taller, modern developments on Wellesley Road. In addition to tackling the height transition, the scheme had to sensitively work with these surrounding building types, paying particular attention to views from the 400 year-old Whitgift Almshouses.

David Leonard, director at Leonard Design, said: “Working with adjacent properties from medieval and grade I listed to the contemporary has been a fascinating challenge. It’s been a considered and collaborative process alongside a number of partners, including The Whitgift Foundation and Historic England, to create plans that are both ambitious and respectful.

“We’ve successfully improved views from the Almshouses, ensuring tall buildings don’t overpower or impact them. We needed to protect around half a dozen key views, ensuring the houses’ recognisable skyline of chimneys is still seen and enjoyed.”

In addition to the shopping centre itself, Leonard Design’s plans include further environmental improvements to the area around Poplar Walk and St Michael’s Church.

David continued: “We’ve been given a chance to give St Michael’s Church the setting it deserves, while reducing traffic to make it more welcoming to pedestrians. This feeds into the wider regeneration plans for Wellesley Road and Croydon as a whole. It reflects our view that the Westfield and Hammerson scheme is just one part of the larger jigsaw of improvements; it’s about helping to re-establish Croydon as London’s southern capital, maximising its location as a fantastic catchment area and commuter base.”

For further information visit http://ift.tt/2lpl4QR or on Twitter.

Leonard Design Architects is an East Midlands based practice with a truly global reach. As a young, dynamic, and award-winning architectural and design agency, Leonard Design applies international experience and thinking to the region, staying ahead of global design trends and best practice.

For further information visit http://ift.tt/2lpl4QR or follow @leonard_design on Twitter.

Croydon Westfield and Hammerson Shopping Centre Building information / images received 200217


To see all listed projects on a single map please follow this link.




London Architecture

London Architecture Design – chronological list

Ruskin Square Office
Design: ShedKM, architects
Ruskin Square Office
image from architect

Ruskin Square Office in Croydon

London Architecture

London Architecture Walking Tours

London Architect

Westfield Shopping Centres in London

Westfield Shopping Centre London – White City / Sheperds Bush
Westfield London Extension
image courtesy of architects

Westfield Stratford City Shopping Centre
Westfield Stratford City
photo © Adrian Welch

Croydon Buildings

Community Garden and Learning Centre in Croydon
Design: Geraghty Taylor Architects
Community Garden and Learning Centre
image from architect

Taberner House in Croydon
Design: make, architects
Taberner House
image from architect

Renaissance Croydon
Design: Andrew Lett Architects
Renaissance Building Croydon
picture from architects

South End Public Realm Croydon
Design: HASSELL
Croydon Public Realm London
image from architect

Croydon Gateway
Design: Foster + Partners
Croydon Gateway
pictures from architects

Croydon Gateway Development
Croydon Gateway
picture from architects

Croydon Regeneration Building
Design: Will Alsop, architect
Croydon Gateway Development
picture from architects

Croydon Canyon Competition




Hoxton Square
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects
Hoxton Square building
courtesy of Zaha Hadid Architects

Centre Point, tower
Design: Richard Seifert, Architect
Centre Point
photo © Nick Weall

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Newport Street Gallery London

Newport Street Gallery London Architecture, Artist Damien Hurst’s Private Collection, Vauxhall Building

Newport Street Gallery London

Damien Hurst Vauxhall Building Development, England, UK – design by Caruso St John Architects

20 Feb 2017

Newport Street Gallery Building Wins Brick Awards

Northcot Project is the ‘Supreme Winner’ of the Brick Awards

2 Jan 2017

Newport Street Gallery Building Shortlisted for Mies van der Rohe 2017 Awards

Mies van der Rohe 2017 Award Nominations

6 Oct 2016

Newport Street Gallery Building in London

Design: Caruso St John Architects

2016 RIBA Stirling Prize Winner

Newport Street Gallery London
photo : Hélène Binet

Newport Street Gallery, the conversion of almost an entire street of listed industrial buildings in south London into a free public gallery for artist Damien Hirst’s private art collection by Caruso St John Architects, has won the coveted 2016 RIBA Stirling Prize for the UK’s best new building. Now in its 21st year, the RIBA Stirling Prize sponsored by Almacantar, is the UK’s most prestigious architecture prize.

Newport Street Gallery Building in London
photo : Hélène Binet

The presentation of the RIBA Stirling Prize trophy to Caruso St John architects took place at a special ceremony this evening (Thursday 6 October) at the Royal Institute of British Architects in central London.

Newport Street Gallery involved the conversion and transformation of a street facing a railway line in Vauxhall, south London. Three listed Victorian industrial buildings, formerly carpentry and scenery painting workshops for West End theatres, have been remodelled and flanked at either end by entirely new buildings; one with a striking, spiky saw-tooth roof. The new additions have a specially-created hard pale red brick finish to closely reference the original buildings; while a huge LED panel on the railway façade encourages passing train commuters to visit. The ground and upper floors within the interconnected five buildings are continuous, with new spiral staircases on their side, to create flexible spaces able to accommodate everything from individual works to larger shows.

Newport Street Gallery Building in London
photo : Hélène Binet

Comments from the judges:

“This highly accomplished and expertly detailed art gallery is a bold and confident contribution to the best of UK architecture. Caruso St John’s approach to conservation is irreverent yet sensitive and achieves a clever solution that expresses a poetic juxtaposition of old and new.

“The collection of buildings is beautifully curated, pulled together by the use of brick yet still expressive of their individuality. The playful use of LED technology gives a contemporary addition to the façade.

“Internally, the five buildings are connected as a continuous and coherent sequence of light filled gallery spaces. The simple and logical circulation is enlivened by exquisitely detailed and sensuous staircases.

“The gallery, which is free of charge, is a generous asset to an evolving community.”

Newport Street Gallery Building
photo : Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd

This is the first time Caruso St John architects have won the RIBA Stirling Prize; they were shortlisted for the award for Brick House, west London in 2006 and New Art Gallery Walsall in 2000.

Speaking tonight, RIBA President Jane Duncan said:

“With Newport Street Gallery, Damien Hirst has made an exceptional contribution to the UK’s strong history of private patronage of architecture. Not only has Damien opened up his enviable private art collection to the world, but he has commissioned a real work of art to house it in.

“Caruso St John have created a stunningly versatile space from a number of linked buildings, with beautifully crafted staircases and superb details including tactile brick facades that blend the street externally and create a succession of wonderful gallery spaces.

“This project exemplifies the best of UK architecture – a highly considered and creative project that brings to life a previously-unloved pocket of the city. I am delighted to present architects Caruso St John with the 2016 RIBA Stirling Prize.”

Newport Street Gallery London
photo : Hélène Binet

Peter St John, Partner, Caruso St John Architects said:
“It’s rare for architects to be given the opportunity to realise a personal vision of the quality of the Newport Street Gallery, and for that vision to have a generous public dimension. We see the building as a palace for direct, intimate and luxurious encounters with contemporary art, and we are very pleased that this award will bring more people to see this extraordinary collection.”

Damien Hirst said:
“Newport Street Gallery has realized my ambition to create an unobtrusive and beautiful series of buildings that work perfectly as a space to exhibit great art. I wanted to stay true to the history and roots of the building and Caruso St John understood that from the start. I am immensely proud of what we achieved and the reaction it has received in its first year of opening and hope people will continue to enjoy it.”

page updated 5 Oct 2016

Newport Street Gallery London

Design: Caruso St John Architects

Newport Street Gallery Shortlisted for Stirling Prize 2016

Newport Street Gallery London Shortlisted for RIBA Stirling Prize 2016 – 14 Jul 2016

A RIBA National Award Winner 2016 – 23 Jun 2016

Location: Vauxhall, South West London, England, UK

Newport Street Gallery Wins a London RIBA Award

Newport Street Gallery London
photo : Hélène Binet

The conversion of an entire street of listed industrial buildings into a free public gallery for artist Damien Hirst’s private collection.

Newport Street Gallery in Vauxhall is the new home of artist Damien Hurst’s private collection.

Newport Street Gallery London
photo : Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd

Three Victorian workshops that were once used to create sets for West End productions have been bookended by Caruso St John’s new buildings; the five buildings now joined together seamlessly to create superb gallery spaces and a beautifully curated new street.

Newport Street Gallery London
photo : Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd

Newport Street Gallery London images / information from RIBA

Caruso St John Architects

Address: Newport St, London SE11 6AJ

Phone: 020 3141 9320


To see all listed projects on a single map please follow this link.




Architecture in London

London Architecture Walking Tours

London Art Gallery Buildings

Art Gallery Buildings

London Architecture

London Architect Studios

New Gagosian Gallery in Mayfair
Architects: TateHindle
Gagosian Gallery in Mayfair
image from architects

Gagosian Gallery Mayfair

Modern Art, Contemporary art gallery
David Kohn Architects
Modern art gallery London
photo : Ioana Marinescu

Stuart Shave Modern Art Gallery

Richard Green Gallery, 32-33 New Bond St, Mayfair, west London
George Saumarez Smith of Adam Architecture
Richard Green Gallery
picture : Morley von Sternberg

Richard Green Gallery London

UCL Art Galleries, Euston
Design: Burwell Deakins Architects
UCL Galleries London
photo : Edmund Sumner

UCL Art Galleries

White Cube, south London
Casper Mueller Kneer
White Cube London
photograph : Ben Westoby Courtesy White Cube

New London Art Gallery

National Gallery
National Gallery London
photograph © Adrian Welch
National Gallery London

Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York HQ development, King’s Road
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
Saatchi Gallery London
picture © Timothy Soar

Saatchi Gallery London

Tate Britain – Art Gallery, Millbank, London SW1
Tate Art Gallery
photograph © Adrian Welch
Tate Britain Gallery

Tate Modern, south London
Herzog & de Meuron
Tate Modern London
photo © Adrian Welch

Tate Modern + Tate Modern Extension

Timothy Taylor Gallery, Carlos Place, Mayfair
Eric Parry Architects
Timothy Taylor Gallery London
image from architects

Timothy Taylor Gallery London

The Photographers Gallery London, Soho
O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects
Photographers Gallery London
image : Maganglo Ltd

The Photographers Gallery London

Elephant & Castle tower : Eileen House redevelopment

Rogers Stirk Harbour

Art Gallery Building Designs




Website: Newport Street Gallery

Art Gallery Architecture

RIBA Stirling Prize

Amelia Street Public Realm Design Competition

New Kent Road Elephant & Castle

Olympic Stadium
Architects: Populous
London Olympic Stadium
photo from Olympic Delivery Authority

London Olympic Stadium Building

Art Gallery Designs

Clore Gallery

Lisson Gallery

Madder Rose Gallery

Website: Artist Damien Hurst

Buildings / photos for the Newport Street Gallery London for Artist Damien Hurst Architecture page welcome

Newport Street Gallery London for Artist Damien Hurst – page

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Newport Street Gallery London

Newport Street Gallery London Architecture, Artist Damien Hurst’s Private Collection, Vauxhall Building

Newport Street Gallery London

Damien Hurst Vauxhall Building Development, England, UK – design by Caruso St John Architects

20 Feb 2017

Newport Street Gallery Building Wins Brick Awards

Northcot Project is the ‘Supreme Winner’ of the Brick Awards

2 Jan 2017

Newport Street Gallery Building Shortlisted for Mies van der Rohe 2017 Awards

Mies van der Rohe 2017 Award Nominations

6 Oct 2016

Newport Street Gallery Building in London

Design: Caruso St John Architects

2016 RIBA Stirling Prize Winner

Newport Street Gallery London
photo : Hélène Binet

Newport Street Gallery, the conversion of almost an entire street of listed industrial buildings in south London into a free public gallery for artist Damien Hirst’s private art collection by Caruso St John Architects, has won the coveted 2016 RIBA Stirling Prize for the UK’s best new building. Now in its 21st year, the RIBA Stirling Prize sponsored by Almacantar, is the UK’s most prestigious architecture prize.

Newport Street Gallery Building in London
photo : Hélène Binet

The presentation of the RIBA Stirling Prize trophy to Caruso St John architects took place at a special ceremony this evening (Thursday 6 October) at the Royal Institute of British Architects in central London.

Newport Street Gallery involved the conversion and transformation of a street facing a railway line in Vauxhall, south London. Three listed Victorian industrial buildings, formerly carpentry and scenery painting workshops for West End theatres, have been remodelled and flanked at either end by entirely new buildings; one with a striking, spiky saw-tooth roof. The new additions have a specially-created hard pale red brick finish to closely reference the original buildings; while a huge LED panel on the railway façade encourages passing train commuters to visit. The ground and upper floors within the interconnected five buildings are continuous, with new spiral staircases on their side, to create flexible spaces able to accommodate everything from individual works to larger shows.

Newport Street Gallery Building in London
photo : Hélène Binet

Comments from the judges:

“This highly accomplished and expertly detailed art gallery is a bold and confident contribution to the best of UK architecture. Caruso St John’s approach to conservation is irreverent yet sensitive and achieves a clever solution that expresses a poetic juxtaposition of old and new.

“The collection of buildings is beautifully curated, pulled together by the use of brick yet still expressive of their individuality. The playful use of LED technology gives a contemporary addition to the façade.

“Internally, the five buildings are connected as a continuous and coherent sequence of light filled gallery spaces. The simple and logical circulation is enlivened by exquisitely detailed and sensuous staircases.

“The gallery, which is free of charge, is a generous asset to an evolving community.”

Newport Street Gallery Building
photo : Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd

This is the first time Caruso St John architects have won the RIBA Stirling Prize; they were shortlisted for the award for Brick House, west London in 2006 and New Art Gallery Walsall in 2000.

Speaking tonight, RIBA President Jane Duncan said:

“With Newport Street Gallery, Damien Hirst has made an exceptional contribution to the UK’s strong history of private patronage of architecture. Not only has Damien opened up his enviable private art collection to the world, but he has commissioned a real work of art to house it in.

“Caruso St John have created a stunningly versatile space from a number of linked buildings, with beautifully crafted staircases and superb details including tactile brick facades that blend the street externally and create a succession of wonderful gallery spaces.

“This project exemplifies the best of UK architecture – a highly considered and creative project that brings to life a previously-unloved pocket of the city. I am delighted to present architects Caruso St John with the 2016 RIBA Stirling Prize.”

Newport Street Gallery London
photo : Hélène Binet

Peter St John, Partner, Caruso St John Architects said:
“It’s rare for architects to be given the opportunity to realise a personal vision of the quality of the Newport Street Gallery, and for that vision to have a generous public dimension. We see the building as a palace for direct, intimate and luxurious encounters with contemporary art, and we are very pleased that this award will bring more people to see this extraordinary collection.”

Damien Hirst said:
“Newport Street Gallery has realized my ambition to create an unobtrusive and beautiful series of buildings that work perfectly as a space to exhibit great art. I wanted to stay true to the history and roots of the building and Caruso St John understood that from the start. I am immensely proud of what we achieved and the reaction it has received in its first year of opening and hope people will continue to enjoy it.”

page updated 5 Oct 2016

Newport Street Gallery London

Design: Caruso St John Architects

Newport Street Gallery Shortlisted for Stirling Prize 2016

Newport Street Gallery London Shortlisted for RIBA Stirling Prize 2016 – 14 Jul 2016

A RIBA National Award Winner 2016 – 23 Jun 2016

Location: Vauxhall, South West London, England, UK

Newport Street Gallery Wins a London RIBA Award

Newport Street Gallery London
photo : Hélène Binet

The conversion of an entire street of listed industrial buildings into a free public gallery for artist Damien Hirst’s private collection.

Newport Street Gallery in Vauxhall is the new home of artist Damien Hurst’s private collection.

Newport Street Gallery London
photo : Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd

Three Victorian workshops that were once used to create sets for West End productions have been bookended by Caruso St John’s new buildings; the five buildings now joined together seamlessly to create superb gallery spaces and a beautifully curated new street.

Newport Street Gallery London
photo : Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd

Newport Street Gallery London images / information from RIBA

Caruso St John Architects

Address: Newport St, London SE11 6AJ

Phone: 020 3141 9320


To see all listed projects on a single map please follow this link.




Architecture in London

London Architecture Walking Tours

London Art Gallery Buildings

Art Gallery Buildings

London Architecture

London Architect Studios

New Gagosian Gallery in Mayfair
Architects: TateHindle
Gagosian Gallery in Mayfair
image from architects

Gagosian Gallery Mayfair

Modern Art, Contemporary art gallery
David Kohn Architects
Modern art gallery London
photo : Ioana Marinescu

Stuart Shave Modern Art Gallery

Richard Green Gallery, 32-33 New Bond St, Mayfair, west London
George Saumarez Smith of Adam Architecture
Richard Green Gallery
picture : Morley von Sternberg

Richard Green Gallery London

UCL Art Galleries, Euston
Design: Burwell Deakins Architects
UCL Galleries London
photo : Edmund Sumner

UCL Art Galleries

White Cube, south London
Casper Mueller Kneer
White Cube London
photograph : Ben Westoby Courtesy White Cube

New London Art Gallery

National Gallery
National Gallery London
photograph © Adrian Welch
National Gallery London

Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York HQ development, King’s Road
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
Saatchi Gallery London
picture © Timothy Soar

Saatchi Gallery London

Tate Britain – Art Gallery, Millbank, London SW1
Tate Art Gallery
photograph © Adrian Welch
Tate Britain Gallery

Tate Modern, south London
Herzog & de Meuron
Tate Modern London
photo © Adrian Welch

Tate Modern + Tate Modern Extension

Timothy Taylor Gallery, Carlos Place, Mayfair
Eric Parry Architects
Timothy Taylor Gallery London
image from architects

Timothy Taylor Gallery London

The Photographers Gallery London, Soho
O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects
Photographers Gallery London
image : Maganglo Ltd

The Photographers Gallery London

Elephant & Castle tower : Eileen House redevelopment

Rogers Stirk Harbour

Art Gallery Building Designs




Website: Newport Street Gallery

Art Gallery Architecture

RIBA Stirling Prize

Amelia Street Public Realm Design Competition

New Kent Road Elephant & Castle

Olympic Stadium
Architects: Populous
London Olympic Stadium
photo from Olympic Delivery Authority

London Olympic Stadium Building

Art Gallery Designs

Clore Gallery

Lisson Gallery

Madder Rose Gallery

Website: Artist Damien Hurst

Buildings / photos for the Newport Street Gallery London for Artist Damien Hurst Architecture page welcome

Newport Street Gallery London for Artist Damien Hurst – page

Website: http://ift.tt/1nyRAPs

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