• Technical

    • Appointment: 2011
    • Construction Start: 2011
    • Completion: 2012
    • Area: 5186m²
    • Budget: £1.1 million
    • Form of Contract: Traditional
    • Client: University of Roehampton
    • Contractor: Exel
    • Services Engineer: Michael Popper Associates
    • Structural Engineer: Techniker
    • Quantity Surveyor: Hother Associates
    • Lighting Consultant: CSG
  • Bibliography

      • Brick 14, Callwey, May 2014, pp242–245
      • ‘Courtyard Design in London’, Detail - Materials & Finshes, English Edition, Jan-Feb 2014, pp21–23
      • Hinge (Hong Kong), Jan 14, pp76–81
      • ‘Courtyard Design in London’, Detail - Materials & Finshes, November 2013, pp31–33
      • First Person’, Brick Bulletin, Summer 2013, pp4–5
      • New London 2013/2014, July 2013, p84
      • Hugh Strange, ‘Technical Flooring’, Building Design,10 May 2013, pp18–199\
      • World Architecture (China), January 2013, pp78–81
      • ‘Brick Awards’, Brick Bulletin, Winter 2012, pp8–9
      • ‘Planning: Competitive Edge’, Architecture Today, October 2012, pp48–49
      • Topos: The World of Landscape Architecture, October 2012, p10
  • Awards

    • Shortlisted, New London Architecture Awards, Public Space Category, 2013
    • Winner, Brick Awards, Best Outdoor Space, 2012

The Yard is an experimental brick court and is the first built phase of our masterplan for the University. It replaces a former trades yard and workshops. The existing Digby Stuart College chapel, and a café and shop open onto this new public space.

‘Beyond the initial sense of unity and coherence lie a variety of details that carefully articulate and suggest how the space may be used.’ Hugh Strange, 2013

  • Technical

    • Appointment: 2011
    • Construction Start: 2011
    • Completion: 2012
    • Area: 5186m²
    • Budget: £1.1 million
    • Form of Contract: Traditional
    • Client: University of Roehampton
    • Contractor: Exel
    • Services Engineer: Michael Popper Associates
    • Structural Engineer: Techniker
    • Quantity Surveyor: Hother Associates
    • Lighting Consultant: CSG
  • Bibliography

      • Brick 14, Callwey, May 2014, pp242–245
      • ‘Courtyard Design in London’, Detail - Materials & Finshes, English Edition, Jan-Feb 2014, pp21–23
      • Hinge (Hong Kong), Jan 14, pp76–81
      • ‘Courtyard Design in London’, Detail - Materials & Finshes, November 2013, pp31–33
      • First Person’, Brick Bulletin, Summer 2013, pp4–5
      • New London 2013/2014, July 2013, p84
      • Hugh Strange, ‘Technical Flooring’, Building Design,10 May 2013, pp18–199\
      • World Architecture (China), January 2013, pp78–81
      • ‘Brick Awards’, Brick Bulletin, Winter 2012, pp8–9
      • ‘Planning: Competitive Edge’, Architecture Today, October 2012, pp48–49
      • Topos: The World of Landscape Architecture, October 2012, p10
  • Awards

    • Shortlisted, New London Architecture Awards, Public Space Category, 2013
    • Winner, Brick Awards, Best Outdoor Space, 2012
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