DK-CM developed a feasibility study for a building that provides affordable workspace within Bruce Grove district centre, working in behalf of Haringey Council.
The idea of new workspace at this location emerged from DK-CM’s prior Bruce Grove High Road Study which identified the ‘yards’ that exist off the High Road as sites for potential intensification and diversification, and the need for affordable workspace in the local area.
We were then commissioned by Haringey Council to develop a more developed proposal that responds to the urban, management and heritage challenges of the site.
- Client: Haringey Council
- Value: £1.3m
- Dates: 2019
- Collaborators: Structure Workshop, Ingine, Mafalda Damaso
- Status: Feasibility
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Proposal for a new civic and commercial Market House in the heart of Romford town centre.
A competiton entry for a new Nature and Wellbeing Centre situated within Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve, Kent.