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Endpoint joins design team for historic Hornsey Town Hall refurbishment

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Endpoint joins design team for historic Hornsey Town Hall refurbishment

Working with the developer, Far East Consortium, as well as Make Architects, we’ve been appointed to handle wayfinding strategy and concept design for the Hornsey Town Hall redevelopment – one of the first major public buildings in the UK to be built in the Art Deco style, completed in 1935.

Hornsey Town Hall was designed by award-winning architect RH Uren. It was home to both Hornsey Council and Haringey Council before falling into disrepair and eventually entering Historic England’s ‘Heritage at Risk’ register. However, in recent years parts of the building have reopened as an arts centre.

The refurbishment will deliver a wide range of community spaces incorporating a new arts centre, café and restaurant, co-working spaces, cinema, flexible community and events spaces and aparthotel. The development will also include the refurbishment to the Grade II Listed Broadway Annex and three new build residential buildings. Featuring 146 private and social homes, including studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments in the town hall ground.

Read more about the development here.