First phase of the Harrow Arts Centre’s redevelopment completed
The first phase within the Harrow Arts Centre’s redevelopment for Harrow Council, designed by DK-CM, was just completed.
The scheme brings a number of disused or underused buildings back into use. The three outlying listed buildings across the campus have been refurbished into a new dance school, events space and artists’ studios.
Across all three buildings, a careful reuse approach has been taken to the historic dilapidated outbuildings, by removing layers of harmful additions and conserving and repairing where needed to give the structures longevity.
This work is the first phase of a six-year masterplan, developed to support this popular cultural campus to grow and become sustainable and self-sufficient.
Alongside INGINE, Rooff, Faithful + Gould and Beech Hill Safety we have been working to deliver this project within the new Harrow Arts Centre Masterplan.
Read more on Architects' Journal.
Photo by Neil Perry