Munkenbeck + Marshall Architects

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Munkenbeck + Marshall Architects

Contemporary Architecture Practice London, UK Design Studio

Munkenbeck + Marshall – Key Projects

Major Munkenbeck and Marshall Buildings

Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute, southwest Scotland
Roche Court Sculpture Gallery, Salisbury, Wiltshire, west England
Gainsborough Studios – apartments, Hackney, East London, England
Paddington Basin – Residential towers, west London, England

Featured Munkenbeck and Marshall building : Mount Stuart Visitor Centre
rothesay, bute
mount stuart: image by munkenbeck + marshall architects limited

Munkenbeck and Marshall Architects – Buildings

Marshall Street Leisure Centre – redevelopment, Soho, central London
Date built: 2007-09
Munkenbeck & Marshall
£25m
Soho swimming pool from 1928, closed 1997

Gainsborough Studios – apartments, Hackney, East London, England
Date built: 2001-02
Gainsborough Building
photo © Adrian Welch
Gainsborough Studios – photos from Sep 2010
Mixed Use Development
£34m
Client: Lincoln Holdings plc
280 new build apartments + restaurant
refurbishment of old film studio
Affordable housing – Southern Housing Corporation

Paddington Basin – Mixed Use Development, Hermitage Street, Wharf Road,
northwest London
Date built: 2002-04
£50m
Client: Chelsfield plc
Residential masterplan

Roche Court Sculpture Gallery, Salisbury, Wiltshire, southwest England
Date built: 1998
£100k
Client: Lady Bessborough
Key Munkenbeck + Marshall Architects building

87 Lancaster Road – Office Development, London
Date built: 1989-91
£1.3m approx.
Client: Monsoon Ltd

Jessica Square – Loft Office Development, Wandsworth, London

£35m
Client: Michael Baumgarten

Bear Gardens, Bankside, south London

Bermondsey Square – mixed-use development, southeast London

Greater London House – Office Refurbishment, London
Date built: 1999-2000
£4m
Client: Revolution PLC
Original building: architect A.G.Porri, 1927 – Egyptian design

Metro Imaging – Victorian warehouse building, 76 Clerkenwell Rd, Islington, London
Date built: 1990
£1.1m
Client: Ben Richardson Construction

Keeling House, Tower Hamlets, East London
Date built: 1999-2000
£4m
Client: Lincoln Holdings
Original building from 1959 designed by architect Denys Lasdun
tower block – 64 maisonettes

Kings Cross Marina – Flats, Battlebridge Basin, Kings Cross, north London
1995-97
£1.6m
Client: London Buildings / Regailan
20 new build flats

Nile Street : Peabody Trust Affordable housing, Old Street, east London
Nile Street Building
photo © Adrian Welch
Nile Street Building – new photos from Nov 2012
175 homes
RIBA Awards 2006 – London : East London:
Client: Peabody Trust

Residential towers, Paddington, west London

More Munkenbeck + Marshall Architects projects welcome

Mount Stuart Visitor Centre
Location: Isle of Bute, Argyll, Scotland, UK
Description: Mount Stuart is a spectacular High Victorian Gothic house, conceived by the 3rd Marquess of Bute (1847-1900)
Architect: original house by Robert Rowand Anderson from Edinburgh
Visitor Centre: munkenbeck + marshall architects limited from London
Client: Mount Stuart Trust Ltd
Completed: Jun 2001
Project cost: £1m

Munkenbeck + Marshall Architects – RIBA Awards 2006, East London: Nile Street

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Munkenbeck + Marshall – Practice Information

Munkenbeck & Marshall Urbanism Limited studio based in London, England

Mount Stuart Visitor's Centre
photos © Tom Manley

Munkenbeck + Marshall recently divided into:

Munkenbeck + Partners Architects

Stephen Marshall Architects

Grand Rapids Art Museum – competition win, not now by Munkenbeck and Marshall

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English Buildings

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Swiss Re Building
photo © AW

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