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AIA UK Building Tour

  • Burntwood Lane London SW17 0AQ (map)

The AIA UK Chapter cordially invites you to the next in our ongoing series of building tours:

Burntwood School by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

When: Thursday 26th of May 2016 at 7pm

Where: Burntwood Lane, London SW17 0AQ. National Rail Station: Earlsfield

Meet: Waterloo Station, Platform 3 (purchase tickets separately at the station)

6:36 pm train towards ‘Hampton Court’, Alight at Earlsfield Station (3rd stop)

12 minute walk to the north entrance on Burntwood Lane

Tour will start at 7pm. More directions here.

Lukas Ochendal of Allford Hall Monaghan Morris will guide a tour of the school, followed by drinks at the Halfway House Pub near Earlsfield Station.

1 CES credit is available and admission is free of charge.

Places are limited. Please RSVP online by clicking here.

Winner of the 2015 RIBA Sterling Prize, the project “demonstrates the full range of the skills that architects can offer to society. It encompasses great contemporary design and clever reuse of existing buildings as well as superb integration of artwork, landscaping and engineering. It is a genuine collaborative project.”

The phased transformation of the campus pieces together a 1950’s modernist education campus for 2000 pupils and 200 staff in south-west London. Within an existing mature landscape, six new buildings-as-pavilions develop the heritage of the existing, orchestrating a system of bespoke constructional components to bring both efficiency and delight. 

The new buildings – four 4-storey teaching pavilions, a new sports hall and a new performing arts building – are placed amongst a number of retained buildings (including two by Sir Leslie Martin) to form a complete and coherent campus, with lawns, squares and a central pedestrian spine. 

More information on the project here.

Earlier Event: May 13
AIA UK Building Tour
Later Event: June 21
A Midsummer Night's Gala