Debate about the Triangle – a new community to be formed in a complex web of boundaries in King’s Cross

The Triangle is the only site in Argent’s King’s Cross development to span the boundary between Camden and Islington. It is also a complex brownfield site created by the intersection of railway tracks and roads. Four architects, David Morley Architects, Fielden Clegg Bradley Studios, Haptic Architects and Jan Kattein are breaking down boundaries to create a vibrant and inclusive mixed use development which will link Camden and Islington. All four architects, together with Jamie Smith from Argent and design officers from Camden and Islington will join a debate about how London’s boundaries have informed the next chapter in the amazing story of regenerating King’s Cross.


07 June 2019

17:00 -20:00

Admission: FREE

Tickets/Booking: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/four-architects-plus-argent-camden-and-islington-debate-designs-for-a-new-community-within-a-tickets-60876047898


Organiser Info

Image: David Morley Architects

Location


Chapel House

18 Hatton Place, London EC1N 8RU

02074302444

Courtyard along mews, running parallel, (North to South) between Hatton Garden and Saffron Hill