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Mangera Yvars completes Notting Hill park pavilion

[FIRST LOOK + PROJECT DATA] Mangera Yvars Architects has completed this £630,000 pavilion for Avondale Park in Notting Hill, west London

The 115m² scheme for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea features public lavatories, changing rooms, a kiosk and picnic area.

The south London-based practice won the job following an invited competition in 2010.

Mangera Yvars Architects' pavilion for Avondale Park in Notting Hill, west London

Mangera Yvars Architects’ pavilion for Avondale Park in Notting Hill, west London

Project data

Architects Mangera Yvars Architects (MYAA)
Location Avondale Park, Walmer Road, London W11 4PQ
Type of project Amenity building for public park  
Structural engineer
Calder Latif Associates (CLA)
Client: Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
Funding Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
Tender date 31.August 2012
Start on site date 10 December 2012
Contract duration 33 weeks
Gross internal floor area 115m²
Form of contract JCT 2011 Intermediate
Total cost £630,000
M&E consultant ZEF Concepts Ltd
Quantity surveyor Appleyards DWB
Planning supervisor John Rowan & Partners (JRP)
Main contractor HA Marks
Annual CO2 emissions 10.5 Tonnes

 

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