We are pleased to announce that the iconic scheme George House (131 Sloane Street) has been awarded the ‘Mixed-Use Development’ award at the UK Property Awards. Due to the combined efforts of the team it ensured it was a great project to be involved in and we are thankful for the opportunity to work along with Cadogan Estates, Stiff & Trevillion, Mace and Trevor Patrick Partnership.
The annual NLA Awards, an event that seeks to award and recognise the best feats of architecture from 2016, took place on July 5th.
131 Sloane Street was one of 150 projects to be shortlisted across various categories, with only 32 being announced as winning schemes at the event.
The New London Architecture Awards has this year shortlisted 160 projects across 15 categories, acknowledging amazing feats of architecture and development.
131 Sloane Street, the stunning retail space located near Sloane Square, has been shortlisted for an award in the retail category. 131 Sloane Street is one of four in the category and will be competing against: Bruce Grove Yard (Landolt + Brown), Deptford Market Yard (Pollard Thomas Edwards and Farrer Huxley Associates). The category is described as “exemplary new places for the exchange of goods and service”, a category where the project certainly belongs.
It has been confirmed that The Curve has won a Thames Valley Property Award in the category of ‘Development of the Year’.
The Curve made up one of four fantastic buildings to reach the finalists. The Curve was amongst other great displays of architecture in the group, competing against: Imperial Way (Reading), Longwalk Road (Stockley Park) and the Thames Valley Science Park.
The category is for projects that display an ability to create an exciting new development, which exemplifies high industry standards. This category perfectly summarises The Curve and matches the goals for the building set by the ambitious Slough Urban Renewal team.
This is the second award in the space of a week for The Curve, having won an LABC award just a few days earlier. With a building as stunning as The Curve, we are sure this will not be the last time it is recognised for awards.
Fantastic news this week that The Curve, the community hub located in the heart of Slough, has won an LABC award.
News emerged in March that The Curve had been nominated in the ‘Best in the Public Service Building category’, a category filled with amazing feats of architecture.
The Curve is a worthy winner, not only featuring fantastic facilities for the local community, including a library, performance venue and café, but also for its visually striking and modern look.
The local community has clearly taken well to their new library, receiving an estimated 38,000 weekly footfall, double that of the old library.
The striking and modern look of The Curve is achieved through a combination of curved curtain walling and brise soleil. Colorminium worked closely with the architects to design the complex yet sleek look that The Curve so excellently achieves.
Finally, congratulations to Bblur Architecture and Morgan Sindall for the award.
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 creation 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.
Excellent news this past week that The Curve, the community library located in the heart of Slough, has been nominated for a prestigious architecture award.
The ‘Best Public Service Building’ category is surely one filled with amazing feats of architecture with The Curve right at home in the category as one of Slough’s flagship buildings.
The Curve is not only visually striking and eye-catching, but also a fantastic hub for learning and socialising with a café, garden area, performance hall and learning rooms.
On hearing of the nomination Kieran Mallinson (Business Development Director at Colorminium) stated: “We are both overjoyed and proud to hear that The Curve is being recognised for awards, it is a project close to our hearts and frankly one of our stand-out accomplishments”.
“The Curve is really making an impact in the community and surely only the beginning for the ambitious Slough Borough Council”.
The shortlisted buildings will be announced May 5th.
The Schueco Excellence Awards, sponsored by RIBA J, hosted this year at The Leadenhall Building recognise and celebrate architects and specialist contractors alike that have developed innovative solutions with the use of Schueco Systems.
For 50 years the RIBA awards and prizes have celebrated the best architecture in the UK and around the world. After careful assessment by one of four regional juries, Alphabeta was selected as one of the 68 buildings shortlisted in the Capital.
The British Council for Offices’ (BCO) South West, Thames Valley & South Wales region annual awards are designed to recognise top-quality design, innovation and functionality in workplaces. The Point Maidenhead has won Best Commercial Workplace in the regional BCO Awards in Bristol. Colorminium were contracted to design, supply and install the complete façade package to […]
The Schuco Excellence Awards sponsored by RIBA J recognise and celebrate architects and specialist contractors alike that have developed innovative solutions with the use of Schuco systems. Colorminium entered projects in 3 categories – Education, Commercial and Specialist contractor which are judged by Hugh Pearman (editor of the RIBA Journal, architecture critic of the Sunday Times and an honorary fellow of the RIBA), Paul Monaghan (director of Allford Hall Monaghan Morris), Joanna Bacon (managing partner of Allies and Morrison) and Jose Silva Hernandez-Gil (associate at Duggan Morris).