September 13, 2019
Our conversion of a deconsecrated Grade II* listed church into a sports centre for the charity Greenhouse Sports won the Listed Buildings under £5m category. Project Architect Josh Thomas collected the award for our project 35 Cosway Street from Ulf Eickelberg, Director of Avison Young and Will Hurst, Managing Editor of AJ.
August 29, 2019
The Public Art panels, designed by Tom Gallant, are currently being installed along the Berwick Street elevation, with more to come in varying colours along Hopkins Street. Inspiration was taken from the area’s history of Huguenot textiles and fine metal work together with the rose window of the local St Luke’s church that once sat on the site.
August 23, 2019
The Grade II* listed church Latitude converted into a sports centre for the charity Greenhouse Sports has been shortlisted for The Georgian Group Architectural Awards 2019 in the Reuse of a Georgian Building category. The winner will be announced 1 October at the RIBA.
July 17, 2019
The Grade II* listed church Latitude converted into a sports centre for the charity Greenhouse Sports is a finalist in AJ Retrofit Awards 2019. 35 Cosway Street has been shortlisted in the Listed Buildings under £5m category. The winner will be announced 11 September 2019.
June 13, 2019
View of King’s Cross Bridge from the Scala as the envelope progresses and the scaffolding is struck. The sawtooth roof accommodates south facing PV panels and provides natural light to the second floor office space. Clear glass and mesh glass panels provide solar protection and privacy while giving the building a distinct appearance that responds to the adjacent Lighthouse building.
May 2, 2019
Latitude is delighted to take part in the London Festival of Architecture this year. We will be opening our studio as a part of Studio Lates, Southwark Hub on Friday 28 June at 17:30 Register for you free ticket.