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Padangle House

Haggerston, London 

Padangle House was originally constructed in the first half of the twentieth century as a textile factory and was converted into large artists’ studios in the 1980’s to respond to the growing demand from London’s creative community. This project proposes a third and fourth storey rear infill extension, together with an additional fifth storey set-back rooftop extension to provide an extra nine penthouse units. The design takes advantage of the opportunity to benefit from the currently under-utilised roof space area by reinstating Padangle House as a key architectural element within this part of Hackney.

Padangle House 

Location: Haggerston

Year: 2020

Client: Private Investor 

Type: Mixed-Use

Status: Under Construction

Project Team

Architect: MIDA Architecture

Planning: MIDA Architecture  

Structural Engineer: JMS Engineers   

Energy Consultant: Atspace Consulting

Daylight & Sunlight: Rights of Light Consulting 


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