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In 2023, Is Design for Hybrid Use Important?

  • 18 Apr 2023
  • 18:00 - 20:30
  • AluK Design Studio, 5-11 Worship Street, London, EC2A 2BH
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Hybrid Use of Inner-City Sites 

18th April 2023, 6 pm for 6.30 pm start

AluK Design Studio, 5-11 Worship Street, London, EC2A 2BH

The hybrid use of inner-city sites is becoming increasingly important in the pursuit of long-term sustainability and future-proofing urban areas. How can we ensure the adaptability of the buildings we design? And how they can be repurposed to meet changing needs over time?

Join LCEC with Noel Cash of Henley Halebrown for a talk on the importance of hybrid use of inner-city sites. He will look at the new award-winning 333 Kingsland Road, Hackney. Discussing how the development is a prime example of a successful hybrid site.

The combination of a residential building and a new primary school has been the recipient of several awards. It has received the RIBA London Award 2022, RIBA National Award 2022, Neave Brown Award for Housing 2022 and the project was also shortlisted for the Stirling Prize 2022.

What is the point of hybrid use? Why is important to prioritise flexibility and adaptability?

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Noel Cash

Noel Cash is an Associate Director at Henley Halebrown. Noel has a history of working on urban master-planning schemes and social housing schemes in both Dublin and London. One of his most notable achievements is his work on Hackney New Primary School / 333 Kingsland Road, a Stirling Prize finalist. Noel is also an accomplished academic, and has taught at several universities. His passion for architecture has led him to be a role model for future architects and a valuable asset to the industry. 

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