In the lobby, an impressive projection of names lists the foundations and individual donors that helped fund the building and support its programme, which includes provision for community uses in the building. Mulligan explains that concrete had to be used for the floors and structure to mitigate any reverberation of the eight adjacent dance spaces. Beyond its architectural merits, it features some clever glass solutions. Carol Brigstocke. Holloway Charitable Trust English National Ballet, picture by Hufton + Crow Earlier this month it was honoured for its work on the building which is home to the English National Ballet in London. Why we gave AJ100 Building of the Year to English National Ballet. We have been working in collaboration with Glenn Howells Architects (GHA) since 2014 on the relocation of our headquarters from South Kensington to our new purpose-built building in Canning Town. London, E14 0SY, 020 7581 1245 The Wolfson Foundation The programme – who is it for? The building is arranged around seven 15m x 15m, double-height dance studios, providing large column-free spaces for the dancers to train and perform in. Zachary Lewy The brilliant English National Ballet are performing at this London landmark as part of the City of London Festival 2012. The building also plugs into the London City Island district heating system, making it extremely carbon efficient. The Foyle Foundation English National Ballet 41 Hopewell Square, London, E14 0SY 020 7581 1245 info@ballet.org.uk The phrase was coined by the ENB’s artistic director Tamara Rojo, although in reference more to the content than the container. 41 Hopewell Square, More for ENGLISH NATIONAL BALLET SCHOOL LIMITED (02319478) Registered office address Carlyle Building, Hortensia Road, London, SW10 0QS . info@ballet.org.uk, © 2021 English National Ballet. This is 20 x16m with a 26m-high fly tower, which essentially sets the height of the building. Glenn Howells project director Dan Mulligan, who led on the overall development, describes SOM’s version as a ‘monoblock of residential’. This one-year programme is designed for dancers aged 18 to 22 years who have successfully completed a full-time vocational ballet course. Breakthrough dance company HUMANHOOD 's dark side of the Moon-inspired ORBIS - complementary piece SPHERA features in the following live stream. 214005. The remainder of the London City Island development is constructed fully off-site and there was a desire by EcoWorld Ballymore to deliver some of the ENB building this way. It was very much a collaborative design process and it was not about making an impressive HQ, but a working home where we could create, rehearse and share alongside creative partners and other hirers of the facilities. You demonstrated an excellent attitude and level of technical knowledge, whilst maintaining a professional and cooperative way of working. Justin Bickle With the old state arts funding business model no longer available, this building is designed to help the ENB wash its own face. For best results, it is recommended that you repeat this class 1-5 times a week. We then carried out detailed structural analysis of the advised floor systems and were able to work out the correct structural natural frequency required for ballet dancing. The 93,000 sq ft building has seven full-size Commuters in train carriages will be able to watch some of the world’s best dancers perform when the English National Ballet opens its new home. The Wigoder Family Foundation Grenville Turner Sign in or Register a new account to join the discussion. It answers the brief to provide a working space – it is not a venue but rather a building that allows us to practise, plan and hone artistic productions. Precast construction was employed, and the in-situ concrete is 50 per cent GGBS (made from fly ash rather than cement) which has reduced embodied carbon by half. By Kate Lough. Other spaces include a large administration office – the 76 dancers are supported by around the same number of staff – with specialist facilities including a hydrotherapy pool and even a tutu room. A sandwich of translucent glass-fibre insulation delivers not just a thermal envelope but a sense of enclosure and a soft milky light. ‘Our turbine hall’ is how Rojo has described it, although beyond this main circulation space, the building is security protected. After ENB chose to build its new HQ in London City Island, the main challenge was providing the extensive range of flexible, state-of-the-art facilities on a narrow site and with a challenging budget. UK Status. The result is an incredibly lean and efficient building which allows us to grow and thrive long into the future. Scroll for more. The extent of fair-faced concrete was determined in conjunction with the design team, client and specialist contractors. In choosing English National Ballet, the judges said three key aspects made the £36 million project stand out from the impressive shortlist. The new home for the English National Ballet, located on London City Island, is designed by Glenn Howells Architects. And at the new neighbourhood’s heart – the ‘pearl within an oyster’ as Mulligan terms it – is the ENB building. Ahead of you is an expressed scissor-stair in oiled steel, designed to be animated by its users – a Bauhaus touch à la Oskar Schlemmer. Intelligently, rather than pepper-potting the D1 space, it was concentrated primarily on two larger sites: aimed at attracting institutions rather than just smaller arts organisations to the Island. ENBYouthCo Summer Intensive 2019 © Thomas Stroppel. Watch Tamara’s acceptance speech on our YouTube channel. Its defining design driver was the need to include a main space production studio – essentially a space containing a stage with theatre-like dimensions for full rehearsals. Credit:  Photography by Hufton + Crow, The headquarters building provides a cultural anchor for the London City Island docklands redevelopment, says Rob Wilson. The spaces have been designed to welcome the local community, with views into rehearsal studios, an exhibition space and a café. Banagher Precast Concrete was selected to supply the precast components of the frame. English National Ballet School Carlyle Building, Hortensia Road, London SW10 0QS info@enbschool.org.uk | +44 (0)20 7376 7076 © 2021 English National Ballet School. With English National Ballet marking its 70th anniversary in 2020, the organisation now occupies their new iconic building at Ballymore’s newly developed London City Island, a mixed-use district in Canning Town, east London, on a peninsula between the River Lea and the Thames. Architect says honour for 3D printing NHS face masks was ‘surreal surprise’, Take 2: Alison Brooks submits revised plans for tile-clad Hampstead house, David Chipperfield posts loss for second year in a row, Lockdown 3: Architects react to the latest Covid restrictions. The specification was defined in reference to specific examples from the contractor’s previously completed buildings. We use cookies to personalize and improve your experience on our site. English National Ballet in class © Ian Gavan. All rights reserved. But on approach, crossing the Mark Whitby-designed bridge that connects London City Island to Canning Town tube, the corner of ENB’s pale, orthogonal form does provide a small echo of its Dessau predecessor, its name in big super-graphics on its pale façade. London City Island is in fact a peninsular, a last tidal bend of the River Lea before it hits the Thames, once occupied by low-rise light industry and storage. Our sincere thanks are with the following people and organisations for their support. It’s been a joy to see them make London City Island their home. The Linbury Trust The building’s corner is sandwiched between two 20-plus-storey residential towers. These also contain one rectangle of clear glazing: ‘We did not want them to be sealed boxes … we wanted the dancers to have views out,’ says Mulligan. ‘It’s essentially like a space undergoing constant refurb,’ he adds, referring to the regular testing and install and de-install of sets. Tamara Rojo, Artistic Director of English National Ballet, accepted the award on behalf of English National Ballet and Glenn Howells Architects on Thursday 17 September. In October 2020, the English National Ballet was named Building of the Year 2020 by the Architects’ Journal. The north façade is clad with insulated translucent glass, maximising the amount of natural light that filters into the studios to create ethereal dance spaces. It provides a strong new face to a cultural organisation’s work, while giving useful urban definition to its difficult site; w combining its pragmatism with just a touch of poetry. The Buffini Chao Foundation English National Ballet’s new facility, which is part of the London City Island development, is designed by Glenn Howells Architects. Its previous home in South Kensington, adjacent to the Albert Hall, while much more central, was cramped, with limited facilities and, importantly, no space for full performance rehearsals. Tamara Rojo described her vision for the Company’s new home as “a space where imaginations could be ignited, and where everybody would be welcome.” The state-of-the-art building not only houses the Company and staff, but provides a creative hub for the local community in east London, from which a wide range of classes, events and educational and community programmes will be facilitated. This was then used to generate specifications for the building’s structural system. Designed by Glenn Howell Architects, it contains seven full-size studios alongside other learning facilities. While all ancillary spaces are naturally ventilated, the dances space use mechanical heating and ventilation to maintain relatively constant temperatures needed for the suppleness of dancers’ muscles. ENB is a lean and efficient building with natural ventilation in all non-performance spaces, north-facing glazing and an efficient thermal mass. English National Ballet 41 Hopewell Square, London, E14 0SY 020 7581 1245 info@ballet.org.uk All the finishes, black painted concrete walls and plywood floors, are designed to be simple and robust ‘Not too fussy; kick around’ as Mulligan puts it. Meanwhile, the English National Ballet School is on the fourth floor, along with four of the dance studios, use of which it shares. Students will be invited to enrol in summer 2020. But the simple grid is indicative of the large orthogonal spaces within: a kind of Rubik’s-cube of dance studios, slotted and stacked within its footprint. No. Read why the AJ100 judges chose our building here. Registered in England and Wales. Each has a specialist sprung floor, warm blond oak timber acoustic panels, one mirrored wall and soft natural lighting coming from another formed of the Linit panels. English National Ballet 41 Hopewell Square, London, E14 0SY 020 7581 1245 info@ballet.org.uk Stacked around this at second and fourth-floor levels are seven 15m x 15m, 5m-high dance studios, with all other ancillary spaces fitted in between them – the ‘costume atelier’ for instance sits above the loading bay, designed to take two heavy goods vehicles, needed for touring sets and equipment. In October 2020, the English National Ballet was named Building of the Year by Architects' Journal. We have created something that is pared-back and elegant, but also hard working, with its character defined by a celebration of exposed raw materials such as concrete ceilings and translucent glass walls. Dance for Parkinson's class at English National Ballet's home © Photography by ASH, Stay connected with English National Ballet, Nutcracker Delights Arts Award Workshops For Schools, English National Ballet’s home is named AJ100 Building of the Year. The English National Ballet (ENB) building posed some interesting challenges from a structural engineering perspective. To enable this, we selected double tee units and bridge beams which could provide the long spans and natural frequency requirements while using the offsite system build. But it’s all 50 per cent  GGBS with a thermal mass that assists in keeping running costs low –  the building is plugged into the local district heating system. And many other generous donors and supporters. The façade is then punctuated with large-span steel frame windows, which offer expansive views out and glimpses in for residents and visitors. The new building for the English National Ballet (ENB) is something of a revelation. Clore Duffield Foundation In fact it is anything but; its footprint wrapping irregularly around a multistorey carpark. The Dorfman Foyer is the first place everyone coming into the building encounters © Michael Molloy. Indeed, this is very much a building designed from the inside out. It has designed a building that works hard and well for all English National Ballet’s various specialist users. In a time of reduced public funds for the arts, the building provides ENB with a financial springboard by enabling spaces to be rented out while the main company is on tour. It leads up to a generous first-floor landing space, which together with the soaring walls of the entrance and stair, can be used for exhibitions. It was Rojo, too, who helped initiate the company’s radical move to this site in east London’s old docklands. All rights reserved. GHA worked alongside our staff teams at the beginning of the project, identifying and understanding the needs of the diverse users through discussion and observation. More information on how to do this can be found in the cookie policy. This façade retains the translucent glass skin for a consistent external appearance and is enhanced with insulated composite panels which increase thermal performance and provide fire and acoustic protection. London City Island, London. 02 At present, their headquarters are located in Markova House, a small building in South Kensington named after a famous English ballerina and located close to the Royal Albert Hall. Company status Active Company type Private company limited by guarantee without share capital Incorporated on 18 November 1988. Fifty precast double tee beams were installed across the scheme, weighing over 30 tonnes per section and meticulously placed on to the in-situ concrete frame. English National Ballet. This received planning in a deal with the local council, Tower Hamlets, which required it to provide D1 space for community or school use (of which the ENB forms the largest chunk). You can opt out of some cookies by adjusting your browser settings. London Marathon Charitable Trust Designed and built by Cog. URN: 51731. But on approach, crossing the Mark Whitby-designed bridge that connects London City Island to Canning Town tube, the corner of ENB’s pale, orthogonal form does provide a small echo of its Dessau predecessor, … With the budget tight, all the timber used in the project is sourced from surplus worktops, supplied at no cost by a company run by one of the dancers’ fathers. There was limited budget and it was important that the fair-faced concrete was used only in the appropriate locations. London mayor Sadiq Khan officially opened the English National Ballet’s new home in Canning Town, east London, last week. The term ‘A Bauhaus for Dance’, which appears on Glenn Howells Architects’ website to herald its recently completed English National Ballet (ENB) building, sounds a touch hubristic. Patrick Harrison, executive director, English National Ballet. The building has been designed to match the ambition and potential of the company. ★★★★☆ With the second lockdown having led to the cancellation of English National Ballet’s Sadler’s Wells season in November, ... filmed in its new building in east London. While it’s frankly a bit of an eyeful from afar, once the slightly bish-bash-bosh aesthetics have settled on the eye, the quality of build of the Dutch, Hurks modular system used, and indeed its slightly enlarged Dutch-scale proportions, at least suggest decent-sized, well-lit living spaces within. “I would like to thank the NACWL team for your performance on the façade works on the new home for the English National Ballet at London City Island. Mayor of London’s Good Growth Fund We started with a very clear, but complex and ambitious brief, testing our first ideas by visiting a range of other dance buildings. Enabling and funding the construction of a new cultural facility, let alone running its programme, is necessarily a world away now from the old state-funded models. The beams are encased by a floating, isolated concrete floor. Glenn Howells Architects has wrapped the home for the English National Ballet in panels of white translucent glass, offering passers-by glimpses into its rehearsal spaces. Visually, these gridded panels suggest an orthogonally regular building. It builds on the ballet company’s long history of innovation, ever since it was founded as the London Festival Ballet in 1950 (it was renamed in 1984), with a remit to take ballet out to new audiences by touring nationally. “What I wanted for the Company was a space where we could create, where we could have freedom, and where we could share our ambition and we could connect with the local community”, Tamara said. GHA has created something that is very simple and elegant but also full of character by celebrating raw materials such as the concrete ceilings and translucent glass walls. English National Ballet is one of the foremost touring companies in Europe, performing in theatres throughout the UK as well as conducting international tours and performing at special events. It has been known variously as the Gala Performance of Ballet, Festival Ballet, London Festival Ballet, before finally assuming its current moniker of the English National Ballet in 1989. Home; English National Ballet School Limited; English National Ballet School Limited. The production studio can also be used as an auditorium for ENB’s outreach programme with local schools and other stakeholders. Our resulting new home gives us the space and facilities we need to continue to develop and care for world-class artists and create innovative new work, which evolves ballet as an art form for future generations. The new building significantly expands their current accommodation by … Its visible sandwich of translucent glass-fibre insulation not only delivers a good thermal envelope but provides the interior with a sense of enclosure and a soft milky light while giving the façade a pearlescent quality. Carlyle Building, Hortensia Road, SW10 0QS The spans were achieved by using precast double tee beams (normally used in bridge engineering) which enabled the structure to cope with the natural frequency generated by 60 ballet dancers performing in unison. The biggest challenge for the architects was to plan a flexible, modern venue for dance on a limited area with a clear budget. English National Ballet Registered office: 41 Hopewell Square, London, E14 0SY Photography Hufton + Crow. The main challenge was to develop a floor that would provide a good dynamic response to the dancers using the studio spaces and to develop an economic structure that could be efficiently constructed off-site if possible. A shimmering apparition clad in insulated U-glass section, it is surrounded by the austere, blocky towers of the City Island, a new, citadel-like residential development located in a tight bend of the semi-tidal Bow Creek between Poplar and Canary Wharf. The double-stacked rows of 15m x 15m studios are designed as no-nonsense, clean, practical dance spaces. English National Ballet’s new HQ is more than just a building, the company delivers so many incredible programmes that reach out into the community and strive to ensure that dance is truly inclusive. By using our site, you agree to our use of cookies. Lady Rosemary Buchanan The heavy concrete frame is wrapped in a light skin of low-iron u-channel glass with the elevational treatment configured to respond to its immediate context. Along with The Royal Ballet, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Northern Ballet and Scottish Ballet, it is one of the five major ballet companies in Great Britain. Complete September 2019. The building is the ENB’s workshop, a place where it can rehearse in a production space on the scale of where it will perform, as well as providing seven … English National Ballet School. Image: English National Ballet's home on London City Island © Michael Molloy. The space can also be hired out, as indeed can the main performance studio when the ballet is out on tour – for everything from a Cameron Mackintosh production rehearsal to a Porsche advert. The agreement also saw Ballymore pay for the construction of the bridge, which makes this a viable urban neighbourhood by linking it to Canning Town station, which serves both the Docklands Light Railway and Jubilee Lines. In addition, at ground level, the common parts are thoughtfully landscaped, with pockets of townhouses softening the base of the towers with threshold front gardens and a ‘green moustache’ of landscaping wrapping around the island’s edge. It sits in the centre of a new primarily residential scheme developed jointly by EcoWorld International and Ballymore. The limited material palette and the use of off-the-shelf, hardworking components helped ensure the building met its budget. This is then topped with a specialist sprung timber floor to provide acoustic separation between the studios. Natalie Krapf leads this course with ENBYouthCo member Grace Farbon demonstrating. English National Ballet is a classical ballet company founded by Dame Alicia Markova and Sir Anton Dolin as London Festival Ballet and based in London, England. Charity, no. The spaces also enable us to offer new jobs, host apprenticeships and widen opportunities for participation, skills development and training. Visit our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy to learn more. The Dorfman Foundation A transformational project for English National Ballet (ENB) which sees the rehearsal, ENB School, and administration functions move from west to east London and into London City Island. Can the RIBA pull out of its spiral of decline in 2021? A big challenge for the design team was the sheer scale of the building, which had to be adaptable and provide a wide range of rehearsal, teaching and support spaces. Overall this building has a nice robust straightforwardness to it, with its intelligent hierarchy of spaces meaning it can function both as an urban public building on a square and a working building. Building Ballet Strength 1h 10m Natalie Krapf leads this course with Chloe Keneally, Artist with English National Ballet, demonstrating. English National Ballet (ENB) is to move to a new "state of the art" home in east London, its artistic director Tamara Rojo has announced. The most expressed elements in the studios are their ceilings of exposed deep double tee beams which neatly accommodate the M&E runs. Its façade is composed of a large white-framed grid of anodised steel, with occasional panels of clear glazing punctuating opaque U-channelled glass panels of Linit – fast becoming one of the materials-of-the-moment. English National Ballet School, which had been housed separately, will once again be under the same roof. The programme will run from October 2020 to June 2021. Chanel The term ‘A Bauhaus for Dance’, which appears on Glenn Howells Architects’ website to herald its recently completed English National Ballet (ENB) building, sounds a touch hubristic. Robert King, associate, Glenn Howells Architects, Start on site June 2016Completion September 2019Gross internal floor area 8,635m²Construction cost£27 millionConstruction cost per m² £3,198Architect Glenn Howells ArchitectsClient English National BalletDeveloper EcoWorld BallymoreStructural engineers Hydrock (fit out), OCSC (shell & core)M&E consultants Hydrock (fit out), TB&A (shell & core)Quantity surveyors Pulse Associates (fit out), Lambert Smith Hampton (fit out), Gardiner & Theobald (shell & core)Project managers Pulse Associates (fit out), Lambert Hampton Smith (fit out), Acumen (shell & core)CDM co-ordinator CDM Services UKApproved building inspector Butler & YoungMain contractors BW (fit out), Ballymore Construction Services (shell & core)Acoustic engineers Aecom (fit out), IDIBRI (fit out), Hoare Lea (shell & core)Landscape consultants Chris Blandford Associates (shell & core), Camlins (shell & core)Interior designer the space studioLighting Hydrock (fit out), Buro Happold (shell & core)Sustainability consultant  Eight Associates (fit out)Access consultant Access IncludedCAD software used Autodesk Revit, On-site energy generation None (although the London City Island energy centre has a CHP which feeds into the district heating system)Heating and hot water load 148.93kWh/m2/yrTotal energy load 215.28kWh/m²/yrCarbon emissions (all) 47.6kgCO²/m²Annual mains water consumption  42.89 litres/person/day, or 10.85m³/person/yearAirtightness at 50pa 3m³/hr/m²Overall thermal bridging heat transfer coefficient (Y value) 0.049W/m²kOverall area-weighted u-value 0.49W/m²kEmbodied / whole-life carbon 2,199,293 kgCO²eq/m²Predicted design life in years 60 years, TagsBallet school Docklands East London Glenn Howells Architects, This new nursery at Warner Bros Studios in Hertfordshire for childcare provider…, This 3,250m² scheme in central London will operate as a membership organisation…, The first photographs have been released of David Chipperfield’s overhaul of Mies…, The nine-flat, two commercial unit development has interiors designed by Scenesmith which…. Garfield Weston Foundation It is also a building that looks to redefine ENB – from a brilliant group of artists making it work in a Victorian mews building to a brilliant group of artists who are now able to push boundaries in a purpose-built machine for dance. As a result, the other major site is due to be the new home of the London Film School, designed by Nicholas Hare Architects, and currently under construction. The new dance factory with a total of 8,640 square metres of space was designed by the London office of Glenn Howells Architects (GHA). 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An exciting new digital season of short works for camera from choreographers including Russell Maliphant, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Yuri Possokhov, Arielle Smith and ENB Associate … GHA then developed the design organically, using 3D and digital models to refine it. EcoWorld Ballymore Not only is there plenty of space for development, creation of new commissions and rehearsals, the new building has rehab facilities, a music room for English National Ballet Philharmonic, and digital infrastructure which will allow both organisations to transmit their work to audiences around the UK and the rest of the world. For best results, it is recommended that you repeat this class 1-3 times a week for 4-6 weeks until you have mastered the positions before moving on to the second level class. Seeing the building from the bridge underlines this as its corner is sandwiched between two 20-plus-storey residential towers. 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