News emerged this week that 131 Sloane Street has been shortlisted for a Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) London 2017 Award; an award highly respected in the construction industry.
127 – 135 Sloane Street was completed in January 2016 and is used as both offices and retail space. The building utilises a mixture of architectural systems and engineering to create the modern and visually striking image that is prominent in the region between Knightsbridge and Sloane Square.
Project Manager for the building, Josh Shimwell, stated: “Sloane Street is a fantastic building and I loved every minute of working on the project”. Josh continued to state: “The extensive use of different materials, perhaps most notably bronze, really helps to make the building standout in an area thriving with great architecture”.
“It is always great to hear a project you have worked on has been recognised at such a high level, everybody involved should be very proud of what they have achieved”.
“We thoroughly enjoyed working with Stiff & Trevillion, and bringing their design to life”.
Colorminium have previous experience with the Royal institute of British Architects, with both Bonhams Auction House and JW3, to name a few, collecting multiple awards.