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Panter Hudspith, Architects

Contemporary Architecture Practice London: Design Office England, UK

13 Jul 2016

Panter Hudspith News

Architect of the Year Award 2016 (Sports and Leisure)

This London architecture practice have recently been announced as winners of the Architect of the Year award for four of recent projects for Picturehouse Cinemas Ltd.:

– Crouch End Picturehouse is a conversion of an existing factory and 1950’s office building to create a five screen cinema

– Picturehouse Central sees the redevelopment of part of London’s’ West End Trocadero complex

– East Dulwich Picturehouse comprises the extension and conversion of a Victorian Church and school house into a three screen cinema and restaurant

– redevelopment of the existing library building in West Norwood to create a four screen cinema and library complex

7 May 2016
New Panter Hudspith Building in London

Following the complex extension and conversion of an existing office block in North London’s Crouch End, a new Picturehouse Cinema has been created by Panter Hudspith Architects. The project forms part of a wider initiative within the borough of Haringey, designed to re-establish the area as one of London’s cultural and arts centres.

Crouch End Picturehouse Cinema

The unique style of this four-screen cinema has attracted much interest, not only because of the dramatic transformation but also because of its new external elevation. Here, Panter Hudspith Architects have replaced the original curtain wall and specified Kalwall. Unusually, this unique translucent cladding is fitted with a tight 150mm wide grid, known as Verti-Kal, which not only serves to emphasise height but is the first of its type in the UK. On this scheme the Kalwall panels also insulate to a U-value of 0.78.

Key building close by:

Hornsey Town Hall Building in Crouch End

Panter Hudspith – Key Projects

Major Panter Hudspith Building

City & County Museum, Lincoln, England, UK
Date built: 2005
The Collection Lincoln
photo © Adrian Welch
Lincoln Buildings
£7.8m

Panter Hudspith Architects – Buildings

Designs by Panter Hudspith, alphabetical:

Armada Way – Redevelopment, Plymouth, England
2003-
Architecture Competition – 2003

Bear Lane, Bankside, south London, UK

Bradwell’s Court, Christ’s Lane / St Andrews St, Cambridge, England
-2007
£13m

38-46 Broad St, Portsmouth, England
2001-
£2.6m; Planning premission in 2001

Burbage Road – contemporary house, North Dulwich, London
Date built: 1998

Camera Press – photographic agency
21/23 Queen Elizabeth St, Butlers Wharf, Bermondsey, southeast London
Date built: 1993
Austere & rectilinear building
£350-400k
new headquarters building with offices, photography library & Tom Blau Gallery

Carmelite Street, York, England
Architecture Competition win – 2002
£5m; architect/developer competition for a commercial development

Centenary Square, Bradford, England
Date built: 2005
£3.6m

City & County Museum, Lincoln, England
2005
£7.8m; RIBA Award 2006 + Gulbenkian Award 2006 – shortlisted

City Screen, adj. Guildhall, central York, England
2000
£5m

Curzon Soho, central London
1998
£1.5m

Daniels House, Surrey, England
1993
£390k

1-5 Davygate, York, England
1999
2000 RIBA Award; £2.7m

Electric Press + Civic Theatre, Millennium Square, Leeds, England
2005
Carriageworks Theatre
The Carriageworks Leeds
photograph © Adrian Welch
The Carriageworks

Glengall Road housing, Old Kent Rd, southeast London

Great Suffolk St, Bankside, south London

Heygate Estate – rehousing, England

Various architects incl. AOC, DRMM, Panter Hudspith, S333, Sarah Wigglesworth

Princesshay shopping centre, Exeter, southwest England
2007
Design: Chapman Taylor; Panter Hudspith; Wilkinson Eyre
Princesshay shopping centre
picture from architects

Princesshay shopping centre

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Panter Hudspith Architects – Practice Information

Architects studio based in Emerson Street, London SE1, England

Partners: mark panter, simon hudspith

Panter Hudspith : London Architect Studio

Key Projects

British Film Institute, London
2001
Architecture competition: runner up

Panter Hudspith : RIBA Award 2006 for City & County Museum, Lincoln

Panter Hudspith Architects – Awards

RIBA Award 2000
RIBA Award 2006
Gulbenkian Award 2006 – shortlisted

Panter Hudspith Architects : Gulbenkian Award 2006

This London architects practice is “a group of people committed to creating high quality modern buildings that respond sensitively to their environment but remain unquestionably of their time.

We promote dialogue and careful interaction between clients, consultants and contractors and actively include both local and national authorities in all stages of the design and construction process. This search for inclusion creates an architecture that allows people to make places.

We aim to confront design problems in an innovative way, and to date have received awards from the RIBA and Civic Trust, and recognition from both English Heritage and CABE. We work as a team of architects, designers and organisers who are dedicated to creating buildings of the highest quality.”

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