First opened in 1935, Hornsey Town Hall is an iconic local landmark in the heart of Crouch End and was the first major UK building to be constructed in the Modernist style.
The Grade II* listed Town Hall has been carefully transformed by developer Far East Consortium, which was dangerously dilapidated and on the Buildings at Risk register. Whilst preserving the past but embracing the future this challenging redevelopment now includes an arts centre and hotel in the Town Hall building, together with an improved public square, a selection of newly built residential blocks, a co-working hub and flexible community spaces.
Collaborating closely with Make Architects, the local council and the community, Endpoint started work on the development in 2019, producing a comprehensive wayfinding strategy and signage package for the new residential blocks, listed Town Hall building and public realm.
Now in 2022, the community hub – Hornsey Exchange opened in January marking the first step toward the soft reopening of Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre! We’re thrilled and look forward to visiting the Arts Centre in Q4 2022.
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