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16 NEWS MIXED USE


Phase3 completes first mixed use London project


Emerging architecture practice Phase3 has completed its first landmark scheme in London, a mixed use project titled ONE Putney.


The practice commented, “At a critical moment when the shifting format of retail is challenging our town centres, our aim was to create a well proportioned and well crafted building for the future.” Designed to simultaneously mitigate the scale of the high street and the adjacent neighbourhood, ONE Putney required a “thoughtful response committed to supporting the transformation of the high street,” said the firm.


“Sitting comfortably within its context without conforming, the apartments and retail scheme establishes a new dialogue in order to transform a neglected stretch along this main thoroughfare.” The six-storey


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Arup to design acoustics for world-class Munich Concert Hall


Following an international design competition, Arup has been selected as the room acoustics designer of the performance spaces in the new Konzerthaus in Munich, home to one of the world’s oldest symphony orchestras, the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra (BRSO). Arup’s work will focus on three primary spaces for music performance and rehearsal – an 1800-seat concert hall, a 600-seat small hall, and a 200-seat creative music workshop space. The winning proposal submitted by Arup centred on defining the bespoke sound aesthetics and experience of the hall for artists and audiences from the city and region.


The lead architect of the project is Cukrowicz Nachbaur Architekten ZT, Bregenz, Austria. Arup will work closely


with the clients, the architects, the entire planning team, the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Academy of Music and Theatre to deliver the three halls.


Project Director, Tateo Nakajima, London, said, “It’s a huge honour to be working in this fabulous city and its music community with its long and storied history of music making. My team and I are looking forward to working with the project team to shape unique acoustical experiences that will reflect their traditions and open up opportunities for contemporary and future expression.” The Bavarian Minister for construction and transport, Dr. Hans Reichhart, added, “Excellent acoustics have always been at the heart of the discussions about this concert hall and have played a decisive role from the very beginning. Acoustics


© Cukrowicz Nachbaur Architekten


consist of far more than physical parameters! I am pleased that we are able to celebrate another successful milestone with the appointment of Arup.” The new hall in Munich follows internationally acclaimed concert halls created by Arup’s specialist acoustic designers, including The National Forum of Music (Wroclaw), Harpa (Reykjavík), Musikkens Hus (Aalborg), Bartok National Philharmonic Hall (Budapest), the Sage-Gateshead (Gateshead), Milton Court (London) and King’s Place (London).


BREEAM Excellent building includes 15 residential apartments, a shared rooftop terrace and green roofs. The design “plays with interlocking volumes, reinterpreting the original structure in a new way.” Curved corners emphasise the continuous lines along the high street and Montserrat Road, activating more pedestrian space. Horizontal and vertical elements are formed from precast concrete, echoing townscape materials.


Carefully respecting scale and the relationship between the high street and bordering residential road, the development establishes a “strong identity and active retail frontage,” with the rear elevation stepping down to reflect the height of the two-storey terraced housing behind. Tyen Masten, founding director of


Phase3, commented, “Our concept was to Images ©NAARO


create a timeless building that can adapt and evolve with Putney High Street. We were delighted to get such a positive approval for the scheme from the local authority, particularly as it is our first London scheme.”


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