Exeter Road

Working closely with the architect Selencky Parsons NESA provided a bespoke manufactured feature cladding for the new dance studio at Exeter Road, North London.
The new building is situated within the Mapesbury Conservaiton Area, demanding design innovation and sensitivity to the local envoronment. The existing house has an extension on the back that is accented with the same anodised colour "AnoBrass02" on the curtain walling and planter as the dance studio. The new building and extended house is now home to post graduate students who live and perform on site.
The bespoke design detailing allowed for both invisible fix system and installation tollenance. Such a complex 3D structure demanded not only full modeling and a "dry assembly" of the arch modules before attending site for final installation.

"It is an exceptional design that has been greatly admired and is certainly being put to good use ... it was refreshing to have your company on site. Not only were your operatives highly skilled, but the whole operation was well organised and efficiently executed. I would have no hesitation in recommending your Company."
Richard M Jenkins
Founder Trustee, The Amar-Franses & Foster-Jenkins Trust

Project details:
Architect: Selencky Parsons Architects
Client: Amar-Frances Foster-Jenkins Trust
Scope: Design manufacture and installation
Material: Anodised aluminium cladding "AnoBrass03"
Scale: 120 sq. m

Photo credits: Richard Chivers

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