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The Photographersâ€™ Gallery
- Begun: Aug 2010
- Completed: May 2012
- Floor area: 1,400m2
- Sector: Arts and culture
- Total cost: £9.2M
- Address: 16 â€“ 18 Ramillies Street, London, W1F 7LW, United Kingdom
- Architect: O'Donnell + Tuomey Architects, ADP
- Client: The Photographersâ€™ Gallery
- Acoustic consultant: Acoustics Limited
- Main contractor: Killby & Gayford
- Structural engineer: Morrish & Partners
- Approved building inspector : Butler & Young
- M&E engineer: Arup Engineering
- Mechanical services: Metromec Building Services
- Project manager: Cragg Management Services
- Signage: North
Refurbishment and conversion of a former red brick Victoria warehouse, with the addition of a two-storey roof extension, to house The Photographersâ€™ Gallery
Located at a crossroads, between Soho and Oxford Street, the corner site on the quiet Ramillies Street is visible in a glimpse view through the continuous shop frontage of Oxford Street.
The red-brick warehouse is linked to a steel-framed addition with an external sleeve of black render reaching down to a ground floor. This is defined by black terrazzo, Angelim Pedra wood, and big windows framing a corner cafĂ©.
As well as the three dedicated exhibition galleries the building also contains a floor for on-site eductaion activities, a book shop and cafe.