- The incorporation of new heating, cooling and ventilation services within the glazed structure
- Maintaining high levels of acoustics
- Coordinating and concealing all new high level electrical services such as the lighting, fire alarms and conduits within the structure
Hayward Gallery, London
Client: South Bank Corporation
Architect: Dan Graham
We were appointed by the South Bank Corporation to undertake the design of the building services for this renowned art gallery in London.
Our challenge was to create hidden systems to enhance the visitors experience.
The scope was for a new glazed entrance, designed by the prolific New York artist Dan Graham, reception, lobby, restaurant and café areas.
- New VRF type heating and cooling provided to the fully glazed gallery areas from high level on the floor below
- New mechanical fresh air supply and extract ventilation from air handling plant located in the basement below
- Underfloor heating to assist in offsetting high heat losses due to the extent of the glazing
- Dedicated ventilation to the café and breakout areas
- New electrical infrastructure to support additional loads from gallery and café
- New lighting and power throughout
- Full IT/AV/Security integration