Stoneleigh Road, London

Built on the site of a disused housing depot, the 750 square metre development provides commercial units for small and medium businesses to sublet, providing a much-needed boost to the local economy in Haringey. The design, which won the support of local residents and businesses through a public consultation process, combines modern durable materials and a bright palette within a low energy cost-efficient building and is characterized by bright pink ventilation chimneys.

Photography Cristobal Palma

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