Sports Pavilion, Honor Oak Park

Health & Education

Honor Oak Park Sports Ground and Pavilion provides a range of accommodation for King’s College London’s South-East sports complex.

King's College London
London, UK
£4 million


    1. Main Contractor Charter Construction PLC
    2. Structural Engineer Ross & Partners
    3. Services Engineer Sure Engineering
    4. Heritage Consultant Museum of London Archaeology Consultant
    5. Cost Consultant Turner & Townsend
    6. CDM Co-ordinator Roger Alan Barnard

The Honor Oak Sports Ground, believed to be the home of the world’s oldest rugby club, approached LTS Architects to reconsider their outdated and underutilized clubhouse. The goal was to create new sports facilities and expand King’s College London’s offerings to its students.

The newly designed pavilion encompasses changing rooms, equipment storage facilities, and split-level social spaces. It features a terrace that provides a view of the  pitches below. The building design is characterized by its simple yet robust form, with brick materials chosen to blend with the neighbouring residential context.

The project achieved an impressive BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating, signifying its commitment to sustainability and environmental performance.