Chips, New Islington, Manchester
Architect Photography London
Chips by Will Alsop in New Islington, Manchester and Urban Splash | Architect Photography London
Will Alsop and Urban Splash create Chips, a mixed use residential and commercial icon
Chips is 1oom by 14m and is similar in size to the Victorian industrial buildings in the New Islington area in Manchester. The structure is a nine storey block of 142 flats designed by Will Alsop. Giant external printed lettering recalls the names of the regions canals. The middle band of the ‘layer cake’ extends outwards creating a dramatic 9m cantilevers that give a sense of heaviness, solidity and fun.
The three ‘rust, chocolate and mustard’ coloured bands each cover three floors and and emphasise the jarring bulges and overhangs that are punctuated by brightly coloured balcany recesses.
Kitchens and bathrooms were prepared off-site as pods and ceilings are bare concrete to emphasise the robust modernity of the block.
Awards: RIBA Award for Architecture 2010 | Architect Photography London
Chips end block detail showing offset top floor and primary coloured indented balconies | Architect Photography London
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