New Home For London’s Creatives- Design District

Creative London's New Home - Design District - Images From designdistrict.co.uk

Creative London's New Home - Design District - Images From designdistrict.co.uk

Creative London's New Home - Design District - Images From designdistrict.co.uk

Creative London's New Home - Design District - Images From designdistrict.co.uk

Designing London’s first purpose built Design District is no small feat.

The 1800 studios, roof garden, basketball court, market hall, and winter garden are all designed so that the resident musicians, chefs, artists, designers and many other talented teams can work alongside each other and all have their needs met, enabling creativity to flow.

To bring this project to the level one would expect in London, and remain of interesting to the creative industry a grand total of 8 architecture companies has been brought in to design the Design District.

The team of eight architects consist of the following forward thinking companies:

Adam Khan Architects, winner of the Housing Design Awards 2017

Architecture 00, who designed the contemporary art gallery Rosenfeld & Porcini Gallery

Assemblage, designer of an Arctic temporary outpost

Barrozi Veiga, winner of the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture

David Kohn Architects, who refurbished Sotheby’s contemporary art gallery

Mole, known for winning the 2017 Stephen Lawrence Prize for The Houseboat

SelgasCano, designers of the Serpentine Pavilion in 2015

6a Architects, who designed the Victoria & Albert fashion gallery

To see the vision behind the Design District watch the video here.

Image Source and further information found at designdistrict.co.uk