A competition entry for a commission to design a
new museum to house a society’s collection at their London headquarters.
The proposal includes the creation of a new enclosure at ground level which will provide direct public access to the collection.
This would link to a subterranean level giving scope for educational facilities as well as controlled environments for exhibits.
Cornish Architects were appointed by P J Carey to design 2 new buildings at Wembley Riverside. Located along the principle route to Wembley Stadium on a corner site the scheme includes a new office building of 3,600sm and a warehouse of 1,000sm together with landscaping, parking and ancillary facilities.
A development of 320 residential units including 25% affordable accommodation arranged around a landscaped courtyard. The buildings range from 7 to 14 storeys responding to immediate surroundings respecting St Paul’s sight lines and the future regeneration intentions for the area. Apartments include 1, 2 and 3 bedroom units each with access to external amenity space.
This project proposal provides 5,600sm of laboratory space for a speculative development for MEPC at Milton Park. The design comprises two buildings capable of being linked at reception.
Clean, rectangular floor plates on two floors designed with flexibility to accommodate a wide range of tenants. An enclosed plant space is provided at roof level where additional plant may be located. The services run vertically from the plant roof via external ducts which also contain drainage stacks. The external ducts are formed of removable panels so that access is available from the outside without entering the occupied laboratories.