Royal Academy of Music, Marylebone Road, London

Royal Academy of Music, Marylebone Road, London

Client: Royal Academy of Music
Architect: John McAslan & Partners, London
Contractor: Simons Interiors, London
Value: £140,000
Type of works: design, supply and installation of vaulted ceilings.

This impressive building is known as the David Josefowitz Recital Hall, and is situated within the courtyard between Marylebone Road and York Gate, London

Decomo designed, manufactured and installed semi-circular barrel-vaulted roof units, with a White concrete grit-blasted finish. The roof was fabricated as 12 quarter-circle segments with a radius of 4m. Each precast element measured 3m wide and weighed approximately 11 tonnes.

Erection works were completed over a single weekend and, as direct access to the courtyard wasn’t possible; all precast units were craned into position over the existing York Gate buildings.

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