LAMDA wins New London Architecture award
The new home of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art has been awarded a New London Architecture award in the Education category.
Described by NLA as 'an excellent scheme delivered on one of the most unforgiving sites in London', the LAMDA campus on Talgarth Road was designed by Níall McLaughlin Architects and completed in July 2017. The building houses 10 flexible drama and dance studios, a black box studio theatre, a fully equipped training theatre and ancillary support rooms.
Reacting to the award win, Charcoalblue Senior Consultant Paul Franklin remarked that the scheme 'is a model of what music and theatrical education could be for a new generation. It was an ambitious project on a difficult site but the final result is a major opportunity for the students and the area. Níall McLaughlin Architects, Charcoalblue and the wider project team responded whole-heartedly to the client's inspiring vision and we're thrilled to hear the project has been honoured in this way.'