Client: Patrick Theis & Soraya Khan
Project Year: 2009
Cost: £500k - £2mThe design has made the most of a confined site to create a contextual building within the existing cityscape. There is a deliberate play of opposites throughout; flush and recessed, rough and smooth, dark and light, solid and void within an overall composition that develops from a dark solid base to an open glazed top. Sustainable construction methods were adopted from inception and include an exposed concrete structure to enhance thermal mass combined with a highly insulated envelope; solar panels to supplement hot water provision; natural ventilation and a green roof.
The building has been awarded an RIBA London Award 2010 and RIBA London Building of the Year Award 2010. Bateman’s Row was shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling