National Tennis Centre for the Lawn Tennis Association, Roehampton, London: detail of a louvred balcony and the cedar-framed glass sliding doors
|Credit||Max Fenton / RIBA Collections|
|Subject||Sports buildings ; Shadows ; Balconies ; Riverside buildings ; Tennis courts ; Wood ; Glazing ; Office buildings|
NOTES: The LTA headquarters moved from Queen's Club, West Kensington, to this purpose-built National Tennis Centre in Roehampton, designed by Hopkins Architects and engineered by Arup, in February 2007. This low energy design facility comprises six new naturally ventilated indoor courts, flanked by changing rooms, a medical centre, administrative offices, student accommodation and fitness rooms. There are also 20 outdoor courts of varying surfaces.
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