Mildmay
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In Brief

Client:
Genesis Housing Group

Location:
London Borough of Tower Hamlets

Construction value:
£30,000,000

Completion:
July 2017

Mildmay is primarily a residential development of private and social housing and incorporates the Shoreditch Tabernacle Baptist Church and The Mildmay Mission Hospital

Located close to the Shoreditch Triangle on land off Hackney Road, near the Boundary Estate and St Leonard’s Church it is in the heart of Shoreditch. FCBStudios developed the sitse masterplan through extensive community consultation, working with Matthew Lloyd Architects to realise the detailed design and delivery of the scheme.

Anchored around the listed Tab Centre community building, the design re-establishes the tight urban grain and restores the permeability of historic links across the site through new pedestrian-oriented public realm and outdoor amenity space.

The six individual blocks that make up Mildmay are designed as though sculpted to respond to the surrounding landscape of buildings, streets and open spaces. The dramatic raking forms of the scheme lend a strong character to this part of the Hackney Road Conservation Area. Each of the individual blocks uses a different brick type and colour, yet their common language of architectural details, pitching roofscapes, ground floor front doors, balconies and bay windows unifies their design across the neighbourhood.

Sustainability
Mildmay is a sustainable community in the heart of London, not just considering the resources it uses, but how it shapes the people who live and work within this mixed development.

In keeping with this philosophy, the development focused on simple, robust systems that enable the community to get the most from their new homes. 

A fabric first method was applied, to improve on the standard building regulations U-values by up to 50% and reduce the need for heating in winter from the new district heating system (CHP). The electricity generated by the CHP is complemented by photovoltaic panels on the roof, with both substantially reducing the carbon footprint of the scheme.

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Selected Awards

2017 Civic Trust Awards: Regional Finalist

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Team

Architect
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
Matthew Lloyd Architects
Client
Genesis Housing Group
Stakeholders
Mildmay Mission Hospital
Shoreditch Tabernacle Baptist Church
Landscape Architect
East
Quantity Surveyor
Philip Pank Partnership
Services  and Structural Engineer
Hilson Moran
EIA and Sustainability Consultants
URS Corporation / Richard Coleman CityDesign
Planning
DP9

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