New London Architecture

Grand Junction at St Mary Magdalene's

Built

This project provides access – physical and cultural – to an under-used Grade I listed church on the Heritage at Risk register, opening the building up to the community for wider users.
NEW LONDON AWARDS 2020

NEW LONDON AWARDS 2020

Shortlisted in for the COMMUNITY Prize
This project provides access – physical and cultural – to an under-used Grade I listed church on the Heritage at Risk register, opening the building up to the community for wider users.
 
The project makes use of a Dicocesan Pastural Measure which allows churches to lease parts of the building but remain consecrated. The clients have joined together to make an arts and community centre, opening the building up to the community for wider uses. The church has undergone extensive restoration and the new building contains a café, staff offices and education room, and brings access to the refurbished undercroft.


Project information

Status

Built

Borough

Westminster

Size

1464 sq m

Completion

July 2019


Location

7 Rowington Cl, London W2 5TF, UK


Team Credits

Architect

Dow Jones Architects

Structural Engineer

Momentum

Contractor

Langard

Services Engineer

Max Fordham


Listed by

Dow Jones Architects

Last updated on

22/09/2020


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