Refurbishment works to enhance the historic fabric of Hornsey Library, a two storey Grade II listed building in Crouch End, to make it bigger, better and more accessible, on behalf of the London Borough of Haringey.
The building fabric was retained, restored and reused as much as possible, including original furniture and shelving, minimising the environmental impact of new materials.
• External work including a new roof, solar panels and curtain walling
• Full internal fit-out and decoration – modernisation of the space, whilst keeping the architectural character and history of the original library
• Improved thermals to enhance performance and full M&E services upgrade
• Feature lighting – suspended 1960s style lights in the main library
• Bespoke Children’s Library section, including a feature book archway with lighting
• Restored courtyard garden
• Ensured all listed features were kept protected and reinstated to within a mm of the original position
• BREEAM Rating – Very Good
• COVID-19 secure site
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