This large development site in Holloway, London currently houses the National Youth Theatre and light industrial workshops in 1940s industrial buildings with a listed Victorian entrance.
Two new storeys were added to the buildings towards the street, and the internal space was remodelled to be column free.
These house artists’ studios and new live/work units on the upper floors, with the NYT occupying the lower floors including rehearsal and theatre space. At the rear of the site the existing low level workshops were replaced by two eleven storey residential towers.
The remodelled existing buildings adopt an exposed architectural concrete finish internally and for the framing of the facades, incorporating new steelwork and the existing industrial architecture where possible.
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