Make is an award-winning international architectural practice with a reputation for challenging convention and pursuing design excellence. Since we opened our doors in 2004, we’ve worked on more than 1,300 projects worldwide covering a wide range of sectors. We’ve delivered 60 built schemes from studios across 3 continents, including 39 buildings, 14 interiors and refurbishments, and 7 smaller design projects. We’ve also achieved 95 planning consents and realised 11 masterplans. Our work is inspired by a singular purpose: to design the best buildings, places and spaces in the world.
Make has a strong working relationship with Haringey Council, having worked on a number of projects in the area, including Haringey Heartlands, a residential-led mixed use project that’s creating 1,080 new homes on a brownfield site. Throughout the life of the project, we collaborated tirelessly with the council and a number of consultants to secure outline planning permission. This under-used part of London is now set to become a thriving new neighbourhood with transport and amenities at its fingertips and community at its heart.
For Hornsey Town Hall, analysis of the history, culture and heritage of all existing structures will be invaluable during discussions with Haringey Council. Working with the council, conservation authorities, heritage consultants and the local community, Make will establish an understanding of all limitations and fully unlock the potential of the Hornsey Town Hall.