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Hudson finishes north London business centre

Hudson Architects has just completed this £1 million, 750m2 ‘business incubator’ office building in Tottenham, north London.

Hudson Architects has just completed this £1 million, 750m2 ‘business incubator’ office building in Tottenham, north London.

Targeted at new start-up companies, the project is part of Haringey Council’s ambitious Tottenham High Road Regeneration Programme.

The ‘managed workspace’ facility officially opens next Friday (19 October) and is a stone’s-throw away from David Adjaye’s Bernie Grant Arts Centre, featured in this week’s AJ (11.10.07).

The interior façade of Hudson’s L-shaped building, which wraps round a landscaped courtyard, is made from a semi-translucent polycarbonate, ‘lit at night and animated by activity in the workspace during the day’.

According to the practice, the ‘facades on to the street deploy sturdy robust materials – prodema lignum timber panelling and a ground-floor datum of black anti-fly-poster paint’.

The scheme was given planning permission in May 2006 after the firm had a carried out an earlier feasibility study of the site.

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