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Stockley Park

Stockley Park - etching showing sunshadesIan Ritchie Architects were commissioned in October 1988 to design, detail and supervise the construction to completion within one year and to a fixed budget, a 8,500 m2 office/research facility building at the already celebrated Stockley Park.

The concept of the building, arranged on three floors, caters for single or multi-tenancy occupation and was the first of this size at Stockley Park to allow this.
This project created the opportunity to develop with Pilkington the double-glazed Planar┬« external skin for the entire building. It uses clear, toughened fritted and in some areas low energy coated glass. It is architecturally enlivened by large curved perforated stainless steel solar shades on south, east and west fa├žades.

The strong landscape qualities of the park as a whole are brought right up to the main entrance of the building. The finished building provided a sleek, discreet, and efficiently organised at 92% net/gross, facility, and 90% British made.

Books
10/2009 A GUIDE TO THE ARCHITECTURE OF LONDON Weidenfeld & Nicolson
ISBN: 1841880124
Journal Articles
03/2000 B8 DEDALO www.dedalo.it
06/1992 ARCHITECTURE TODAY
06/1992 ARCHITECTURAL RECORD
11/1991 at - ARCHITECTURE MAGAZINE
11/1991 FINANCIAL TIMES
10/1991 L'ARCA
10/1991 FINANCIAL TIMES
09/1991 BUILDING
04/1991 DETAIL
04/1991 ARCHITECTS' JOURNAL
02/1991 DBZ
11/1990 L'ARCA
09/1990 THE SUNDAY TIMES
09/1990 TECHNIQUES ET ARCHITECTURE
07/1990 BUILDING DESIGN
07/1990 ARCHITECTS' JOURNAL
05/1990 BAUMEISTER
05/1990 ARCHITEKTUR IN DER DEMOKRATIE
04/1989 BLUEPRINT

Stockley Park

Stockley Park, London, UK

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