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Mangera Yvars wins green light for park pavilion

[First look + project data] Mangera Yvars has bagged permission for this park pavilion in west London

The Avondale Park Amenity building for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea was won following an invited competition in late 2010 and houses changing facilities, public toilets and a kiosk.

According to the architect, the structure is laid out as ‘a set of four independent conical volumes each with a distinct function and connected by an oversailing [roof]’.

Mangera Yvars Architects' proposed new building at Avondale Park in Notting Hill

Mangera Yvars Architects’ proposed new building at Avondale Park in Notting Hill


The architect’s view

Architects: Mangera Yvars Architects [MYAA]
Location: Avondale Park, Notting Hill
Type Of Project:  Amenity Building
Structural Engineers:  Calder Lati
Design Team: MYAA, Calder Latif [Structure], ZEF Concepts [Mechanical Engineers]
Client: Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea [RBKC]
Funding:  RBKC
Tender date:   2012 Autumn
Start on site date:  late 2012                       
Gross internal floor area:  Approx 122m2
Form of contract and/or procurement: 
Total cost:                                           
M&e consultant:  ZEF Concepts
Quantity surveyor:  Appleyards
Main contractor:  TBC
Selected subcontractors and suppliers: TBC
Annual co2 emissions: With the addition of  renewable we are emitting 0.6/.7 Ton of CO2 I hope that this helps (but not on site as no boilers are used)

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