• Golders Green

Golders Green, London

JMS, together with the Architect Tal Arc Ltd, Project Managers, BTP Partnership and the Mechanical and Electrical Engineer Judd Consulting, have developed a scheme for the development of a brownfield site into a new Yeshiva within Golders Green area, which will provide a first class facility for the community.

Key points

  • Combined steel and concrete framed structure. Steel frame to form the large opened space Beit-Midrash, and a concrete frame to form the teaching, dining, and residential areas
  • Reinforced concrete flat slab design to allow for acoustic separation between floors and robustness of design
  • Piled foundations and contiguous piled wall to allow for future basement development
  • Curtain glazed atrium
  • Steel frame to Beit-Midrash allows large open space, with curved wall and full width glazed roof section to end bay
  • Cantilevered and roof hung residential accommodation within high level of BeitMidrash to allow complete uninterrupted open plan to floor