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Sunday Mills

by Assael Architecture

Client DTZ Investors & Halcyon Development Partners

Award RIBA London Award 2024

Sunday Mills © Assael Architecture

This 315-apartment development in the suburb of Earlsfield moves the conversation forward on how to produce wonderful places to live and work, in a diverse world of different circumstances.

The innovative shared-living model provides comfortable, if modest, private living spaces, while granting access to incredible facilities for the residents, from ‘Masterchef’ style kitchens to a range of lounge spaces and very high-quality shared workspace. Inside and out, the form and materiality of the architecture sensitively reference the riverside setting’s industrial past.

The architects have ingeniously resolved the site’s many constraints and efficiently composed the living areas with daylit corridors, while creating the many and varied generous facilities throughout. The result is an elegant example of how the needs for density, sustainability, and social value can all be delivered at once.

Read the full citation from the RIBA Awards Jury on RIBA Journal.

Contractor McAleer & Rushe

Structural Engineer Walsh

Structural Engineer WSP

Environmental / M&E Engineer Caldwell Consulting

Environmental / M&E Engineer WSP

Quantity Surveyor / Cost Consultant Tuner & Townsend

Project Management Turner & Townsend

Project Management Halcyon Development Partners

Acoustic Engineer RBA Acoustics

Landscape Architect Farrer Huxley Associates

Landscape Architect Park Hood

Interior Designer Assael Architecture

Interior Designer Atypical Practice

Lighting Design Nulty

Sustainability WSP

Ecology Greengage

Façade Engineer Meinhardt

Fire Safety Engineer Charles Betts

Heritage & Townscape Montagu Evans

Transport Consultant Peter Sturgeon

Political & Community Engagement Consultant Cascade

Flood Risk & Drainage Consultant Mayer Brown

Viability Consultant DS2

Daylight & Sunlight Consultant EB7

Gross internal area in m² 11,166

Sunday Mills © Assael Architecture
Sunday Mills © Luke Hayes
Sunday Mills © Luke Hayes
Sunday Mills © Assael Architecture
Sunday Mills © Luke Hayes
Sunday Mills © Luke Hayes
Sunday Mills © Luke Hayes
Sunday Mills © Luke Hayes
Sunday Mills © Assael Architecture
Sunday Mills © Assael Architecture
Sunday Mills © Assael Architecture
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