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post updated 28 August 2021
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Penoyre Prasad – Latest Buildings
24 Aug 2021
new teaching and learning centre for Birkbeck, University of London, 373 Euston Road, London, England, UK
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Birkbeck, University of London teaching and learning centre
The refurbishment and extension of 373 Euston Road accommodates a state-of-the-art 180-person lecture theatre, high-quality classrooms, as well as formal and informal co-learning spaces. Refurbishment revitalises the existing building by enhancing original design elements and embraces its historical spirit.
1 Jul 2021
Oriel Building Moorfields Eye Hospital, 162 City Road, London, England, UK
Design: Penoyre & Prasad ; White Arkitekter ; AECOM
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Oriel Building Moorfields Eye Hospital
Success at planning committee for new world-leading eye care, research and education centre designed by AECOM-led team, with Penoyre & Prasad as lead architect. Camden Council has made a resolution to grant planning permission for a new facility that will bring patient-centred eye care, cutting-edge research and exemplary education all under one roof in the heart of the Knowledge Quarter, an internationally renowned hub for science and innovation in London.
11 Apr 2019
Templeman Library, Kent, South East England, UK
photo © Tim Crocker
Templeman Library Extension and Extensive Refurbishment in Canterbury
At the heart of the Canterbury campus the Templeman Library has been transformed to become a flagship 21st century learning environment comprising a new extension and extensive refurbishment of the existing building, together demonstrating new standards for renewal of 1960s university buildings.
28 May 2010
Crawley Library, West Sussex, England, UK
Date built: 2010
photograph © Tim Soar
Crawley Library – RIBA Award 2010
The Library forms a first phase of an extension to Crawley town centre. We worked with the county council, planning authority, English Partnerships (HCA), and developers to coordinate a masterplan for the phased long term development of the area. The Library’s new public square forms the focus of this masterplan and will allow the diversion of Telford Place to create a vehicle-free heart to the neighbourhood in the next phase.
Key Architecture Projects
Buildings by Penoyre Prasad Architects listed reverse chronologically:
The Arches Centre – Health and Care for East Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
Architect: in Partnership with Todd Architects
For: South and East Belfast (Health and Social Services) Trust
RIBA Awards 2006 – Ulster
Richard Desmond Children’s Eye Centre, Moorfield Eye Hospital, City of London, England, UK
Date built: 2006-07
photos © Adrian Welch
Moorfields Eye Hospital
For: Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
£12.3m approximate building construction cost
Prime Minister’s Better Public Building – Richard Desmond Children’s Eye Centre : PM’s Award Finalist Date built: 2007
The most published building by this British architects practice with a facade patterned with colourful angular brise soleil.
Penoyre Prasad Architects : complete buildings list
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Location: 28-42 Banner Street, London EC1Y 8QE, England, UK
London Architects Practice Information
Architect studio based in London, England
The architects office is led by former RIBA President, Sunand Prasad.
A specialist area for the architects practice are the education and health sectors, primarily schools and health centres.
This architects firm is a London based RIBA chartered practice with over 25 years of experience across many sectors, specialising in sustainability, retrofit and adding value through good design. The firm have developed a distinctive design approach which results in functional, flexible, sustainable and award winning buildings.
The architecture is a direct response to the aims and ambitions of the clients and users. Sensitive to context, the office’s designs can also be a catalyst for change, helping clients to achieve their organisational goals and adding significant value to their operations.
—is a Past President of the RIBA (2007-2009)
—is a member of the UK Government’s Green Construction Board
—is a member of the London Mayor’s Design Advisory Group
—is Chairman of the charity Article 25
—is a Built Environment Expert for CABE at The Design Council
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