A Bauhaus for Dance. New Facility for the English National Ballet by Glenn Howells Architects

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Collaborators
Structural Engineering: Hydrock, OCSC M&E.- Hydrock, TB&A. Qs.- Pulse Associates Ltd, Lambert Smith Hampton, Gardiner & Theobald. Project Managers.- Pulse Associates Ltd, Lambert Hampton Smith, Acumen. Acoustics Engineers.- Aecom Ltd, IDIBRI, Hoare Lea. Access Consultants.- Access Included. Landscape.- Chris Blandford Associates, Camlins. Interior Designers.- Space Studios. Lighting.- Hydrock, Buro Happold. Sustainability.- Eight Associates.
Client
English National Ballet School
Developer
EcoWorld Ballymore.
Contractor
BW, Ballymore Construction Services Ltd
Area
9290.30 m²
Dates
Commissioned in 2014. Complete September 2019.
Location
English National Ballet. 41 Hopewell Square, London, E14 0SY, UK.

Glenn Howells, Davinder Bansal, Darren Barbier, Ben Round, Reinhold Schmaderer. GLENN HOWELLS ARCHITECTS

Since establishing Glenn Howells Architects 25 years ago, Glenn has built a strong reputation for designing innovative buildings and shaping areas of cities.

He has led the Practice, with studios in both Birmingham and London, to win numerous major design competitions, over 120 awards from industry organisations and built a portfolio of completed projects across a diverse range of building types. He has an overview of all aspects of the practice and regularly reviews all projects during design development and construction stages.

Glenn has been closely involved with shaping the future of some of Britain’s most complex and ambitious regeneration projects. The practice has provided masterplans that have prepared the way for billions of pounds worth of investment such as Paradise in the civic heart of Birmingham, the historic Chapel Street area of Salford and the Royal Wharf project in London Docklands. The Practice has recently worked on a vision for the entire Eastside of Birmingham, an area that’s set to be transformed by the arrival of the High Speed 2 rail link.

Outside of the practice, Glenn chairs the board of the Ikon Gallery and Warwick University’s Building Committee and sits on the advisory board of Birmingham Hippodrome and the West Midland’s regional architecture centre, MADE. Glenn continues to work closely with the RIBA and CABE where he was a member of the 2012 Olympic design review committee. In the academic field Glenn is an external examiner at Sheffield Hallam University and a lecturer at the Centre of Alternative Technology in Wales. 

The partners of the practice are currently Glenn Howells, Davinder Bansal, Darren Barbier, Ben Round and Reinhold Schmaderer.

 

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