The Ned, City of London

Inventive reuse of the banking vaults, meeting/dining rooms and the rooftop

The Ned, City of London.
The Ned, City of London. Credit: Anthony Weller

London RIBA Regional Award 2019

EPR Architects, Soho House & Co and Sydell Group  for Poultry Tennant (Soho House and Sydell Group joint development)
Contract value: Undisclosed 
G
IA: 32,000m²

An extremely successful and sensitive reuse of a complex site, retaining the character of Lutyens’ grade I listed Midland Bank. Structural and services interventions were carried out in an extraordinarily unobtrusive manner. Exceptional attention to detail ensured the building settled seamlessly into its new role as a hotel. Inventive reuse of the banking vaults, meeting/dining rooms and the rooftop impressed the most. Many original materials have been retained or reused.

London Project Architect of the Year, Richard Tubb

 

  • The Ned, City of London.
    The Ned, City of London. Credit: Simon Brown
  • The Ned, City of London.
    The Ned, City of London. Credit: Simon Brown
  • The Ned, City of London.
    The Ned, City of London. Credit: Simon Brown
  • The Ned, City of London.
    The Ned, City of London. Credit: Simon Brown
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