img(height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=2939831959404383&ev=PageView&noscript=1")

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
1234

See the rest of the London shortlists here. And all the RIBA Regional Awards shortlists here


Best on Show

Vote now for your favourite RIBA shortlisted building of 2020 in each region

Latest articles