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Beulah Road Studios

A green-glazed brick wall references the Victorian vernacular for street corners

Beulah Road Studios.
Beulah Road Studios. Credit: Paul Tucker

BAT Studio for Beulah Road Studios
Contract value: £115,000 
GIA: 65m2
Cost per m2: £1,769

This new facility for the local arts community includes flexible space for workshops and the client’s own book bindery and studio. Four dilapidated garages in a conservation area were converted and extended using few materials. A new green-glazed brick wall references the Victorian vernacular for non-residential buildings on street corners, usually pubs. The extension took the rhythm of the old garages to create vertical columns of glazed bricks protruding from the elevation.

  • Beulah Road Studios.
    Beulah Road Studios. Credit: Paul Tucker
  • Beulah Road Studios.
    Beulah Road Studios. Credit: Paul Tucker
  • Beulah Road Studios.
    Beulah Road Studios. Credit: Paul Tucker
  • Beulah Road Studios.
    Beulah Road Studios. Credit: Paul Tucker
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