Adam Richards Architects tops floating Cheese Barge with patinated aluminium roof

London architecture studio Adam Richards Architects has designed a boat informed by architect James Stirling‘s Venice bookshop for a floating cheese-focused restaurant in London.

Permanently moored in Paddington, the barge was commissioned by British Land as the home for The Cheese Bar restaurant.

Top: The floating Cheese Bar restaurant is moored in Paddington. Above: the design was informed by a James Stirling-designed bookshop

The Cheese Barge was built by Adam Richards Architects after a competition was held by the developer.

Its design takes cues from the area’s local heritage, surrounding traditional canal boats and was directly informed by James Stirling’s boat-informed Electa bookshop pavilion in Venice.

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