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As well as restoring and celebrating the unique period features found throughout Hornsey Town Hall, award-winning Make Architects have channelled the Town Hall’s distinctive modernist style into their plans for the new apartment buildings.

Hornsey Town Hall
Hornsey Town Hall
Hornsey Town Hall

Commissioned in the early 1930s to house Hornsey Borough Council, Hornsey Town Hall was designed by New Zealand-born architect Reginald Uren, who found inspiration in modern Scandinavian architecture. As such, the town hall became one of the earliest and most iconic examples of modernist architecture in Britain. Honouring this rich heritage, Make architects have lovingly restored and refurbished the building and many of its period fixtures and fittings. The restoration stretches from the big things, like repairing the building’s distinctive brick façade, down to the very smallest details, like cleaning and reinstating the original art deco light fittings, door handles and balustrades, preserving the building’s period grandeur for generations to come.

Hornsey Town Hall
Hornsey Town Hall
Uren Building - Hornsey Town Hall
Uren Building - Hornsey Town Hall
Uren Building

Drawing inspiration from the modernist brickwork and metal detailing of Hornsey Town Hall, the Uren Building is made up of four linked pavilions stretching from Haringey Park towards Weston Park. Patterned balcony balustrades punctuate the bold brick façade, referencing the detailed metalwork of the neighbouring town hall. These balconies also provide each of the 82 apartments with their own private outdoor space.

Uren Building - Hornsey Town Hall
Uren Building - Hornsey Town Hall
Ayres Building - Hornsey Town Hall
Ayres Building - Hornsey Town Hall
Ayres Building

Adjoining the east wing of the town hall, the Ayres Building houses 40 apartments and finds influence in the Grade II listed Hornsey Library, a 1960s modernist building situated on the neighbouring Haringey Park. Referencing the library’s architecture, the building has a reconstituted stone façade broken up by elaborate balcony balustrades, which reflect the metalwork of the town hall.

Ayres Building - Hornsey Town Hall
Ayres Building - Hornsey Town Hall
Hornsey Town Hall
Hornsey Town Hall
Hornsey Town Hall
Hornsey Town Hall

Commissioned in the early 1930s to house Hornsey Borough Council, Hornsey Town Hall was designed by New Zealand-born architect Reginald Uren, who found inspiration in modern Scandinavian architecture. As such, the town hall became one of the earliest and most iconic examples of modernist architecture in Britain. Honouring this rich heritage, Make architects have lovingly restored and refurbished the building and many of its period fixtures and fittings. The restoration stretches from the big things, like repairing the building’s distinctive brick façade, down to the very smallest details, like cleaning and reinstating the original art deco light fittings, door handles and balustrades, preserving the building’s period grandeur for generations to come.

Uren Building
Uren Building - Hornsey Town Hall
Uren Building - Hornsey Town Hall
Uren Building

Drawing inspiration from the modernist brickwork and metal detailing of Hornsey Town Hall, the Uren Building is made up of four linked pavilions stretching from Haringey Park towards Weston Park. Patterned balcony balustrades punctuate the bold brick façade, referencing the detailed metalwork of the neighbouring town hall. These balconies also provide each of the 82 apartments with their own private outdoor space.

Ayres Building
Ayres Building - Hornsey Town Hall
Ayres Building - Hornsey Town Hall
Ayres Building

Adjoining the east wing of the town hall, the Ayres Building houses 40 apartments and finds influence in the Grade II listed Hornsey Library, a 1960s modernist building situated on the neighbouring Haringey Park. Referencing the library’s architecture, the building has a reconstituted stone façade broken up by elaborate balcony balustrades, which reflect the metalwork of the town hall.

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Address HORNSEY TOWN HALL, THE BROADWAY, CROUCH END, LONDON N8 9JJ
Hornsey Town Hall is a development by CROUCH END (FEC) LIMITED, Ground Floor, 12 Stanhope Gate, London, W1K 1AW, England (a company incorporated in England and Wales with company number 10448866).
Computer-generated images (CGIs) are indicative only and should not be relied upon as depicting the final as built development or apartment.