The Ram Quarter, London

London

Avanti Architects have been appointed to undertake lead consultant, architect, heritage and interior design services on the historic and iconic buildings of the former RAM Quarter. The project involves the refurbishment and conservation of a complex of eleven listed buildings (Grade II and II*) dating from between 1720 and 1880, to create 14 residential units, retail and restaurant units, and a museum, as part of a £1bn regeneration scheme.

Interventions in and around the existing buildings include the juxtaposition of new facades adjacent to old within the newly created external courtyard.  New tall glazed arched openings provide access to the new restaurant whilst the RAM museum is represented by a new glazed façade which allows the historic copper vats to be visible from the outside.


TAGS

Adaptive Re-use, Conservation & Regeneration, Industrial Heritage, London – UK, Masterplanning, Pre 1900, RAM Brewery, Refurbishment, Residential, Urban Housing, Urban Planning, Work,

Regeneration on the former Ram Brewery, London


Location London, UK

Status Design

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