Stour Road London 2018–

Residential building for 330 students, incubator workspace for graduates, and artists’ studios, exhibition and performance space for Stour Space on Fish Island in Hackney Wick, just west of the Olympic Park. The scheme was granted detailed planning in 2019.

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    Entrance forecourt to the commercial yard, one of two new public spaces
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    The design recalls the historic arrangement of the now demolished John Broadwood & Sons piano factory (Fish Island, 1949)
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    Highlighted in bold, the scheme falls within the London Legacy Development Area
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    The second of two new public spaces - forecourt to the student accommodation
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    The design creates a new urban block punctuated by a yard and a public route through the scheme
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    The layout of the student accommodation on the upper floors is structured around the two new courtyards
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    Communal kitchen dining spaces and glazed corridors face inwards, overlooking the courtyards
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    Facade study model, courtyard elevation
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    Study bedrooms face the street giving each resident privacy from the communal life of the courtyard and views of the neighbourhood
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    Grand masonry facades of brick piers and arched precast concrete lintels recall the industrial past
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    These contrast with brightly coloured windows that reflect the creative community
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    Fish Island and Hackney Wick has a rich heritage of industrial architecture, a mixture of warehouse and factory space…
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    …characterised by its diversity, robust and authentic construction. The proposals draw on this industrial heritage

Technical

  • Appointment: 2018
  • Client: Future Generation and Stour Space
  • Planning Authority: London Legacy Development Corporation
  • Landscape Architect: James Blake Associates
  • Heritage Consultant: Heritage Collective
  • Structural Engineer: Meinhardt
  • Services Engineer: Elementa Consulting
  • Const Consultant: K2 Consultancy
  • Principle Designer: Collaton Safety
  • Daylight and Sunlight Consultant: Eb7
  • Fire Consultant: AESG
  • Arboricultural Consultant: Treavour Heaps Consultancy
  • Archeological Consultant: Archeology Collective
  • Land Contamination: Merebrook
  • Transport Consultant: Motion
  • Statement of Community Involvement: Connect Consulting
  • Student Accommodation Needs: Knight Frank
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