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Battersea Power Station, Phase 2

  • 12 Sep 2023
  • 18:00 - 20:00
  • AluK Design Studio, 5-11 Worship Street, London, EC2A 2BH
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  • Only available to LCEC members (corporate members with additional allocation)
  • Only available to LCEC members (corporate or not-for-profit categories)
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Battersea Power Station Phase 2

Restoration of the Grade II* listed Power Station

CE London & South-East Awards - Project of the Year 

Tuesday 12th September 2023, 6pm for 6.30 start.

AluK Design Studio, 5-11 Worship Street, London, EC2A 2BH

The centre of a new neighbourhood, Battersea Power Station Phase II is a true mixed-use scheme of considerable complexity. 

The lower parts of the building, including former turbine halls (A & B), dating from the 1930s and 1950s. are now open, They feature retail, and food & beverage galleries, while conserving the best of their heritage features. 

The turbine halls are flanked by east & west switch houses, each with approximately 100 residential units. The upper part of the central boiler house accommodates Apple’s EMEA offices.  The roofs of all main volumes have fully planted gardens. On the roof of the boiler house, spectacular “villa” accommodation sits between the iconic chimneys.

Join us and find out why CE London & South-East Awards judges’ extolled that the project, “is arguably in a category of its own”. Discover how the project provides, “a superb example of best practice, innovation and technical achievement overcoming the extensive and wide-ranging challenges in such a project.”

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Sebastian Ricard, Architect, DPLG, RIBA

Project Director, Wilkinson Eyre

Sebastien was the director in charge of WilkinsonEyre’s work on the Battersea Power Station.  In additional to his international work, Sebastien has designed and delivered the Crystal building in London’s Royal Docks, a showcase of architectural sustainability which was designed to achieve BREEAM Outstanding and LEED Platinum.  He also led the Bath Southgate transport interchange, the refurbishment of Grade II* listed Brunel building, a new bus station and a public piazza, including a series of retail units.

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