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Designed for ease of construction and deconstruction, this new timber frame building will provide much needed community space. Tisserin Engineers has been appointed to provide the structural engineering service for this self-build project.
Architects: Practice Architecture Images …. Hawkwood, Lea Valley Read More ». Wolves Lane Horticultural Centre Wolves Lane is an ambitious sustainable new build scheme with the focus of low carbon construction and community engagement.
We worked closely with the client to establish their needs. The current site is a horticultural centre used by various community groups including OrganicLea and Ubele. Tisserin has been involved from a …. Tooting Primary School Tooting Primary School commissioned the design of two new outdoor timber play structures, an outdoor classroom and a 8m high playframe. A number of timber species were investigated during the design process including Green Oak and Douglas Fir glulam.
Tisserin Engineers were appointed to carry out the structural design of the two …. Tooting Primary School Read More ». St Philips Church This new 21m x 21m worship hall is the centrepiece to the new St.
Philips Church, just outside Birmingham. The structure consists of glulam timber portal frames with a 13m tall ridge. Tisserin Engineers were appointed as specialist timber engineers to design the timber frame superstructure which included timber connection design and …. St Philips Church Read More ». Killowen Road An origami inspired, new corten steelwork canopy, is both an artistic sculpture and a functional shelter.
Tisserin Engineers collaborated closely with the design team and provided the structural engineering and detailed fabrication drawings for this structure. Lonsdale Mews This scheme includes the design of 4 new timber frame buildings, creating 6 new units on a narrow site in south London.
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Our timber expertise has helped the design …. Lonsdale Mews Read More ». Situated between Grade II listed buildings, the new design required sensitive consideration of both the structural requirements for low embodied carbon and construction techniques to minimise impact on neighbours. Thornton Road Nursery Read More ». Arrow-home Architect: Cube Architects …. College Gardens Read More ». Mount Street Top floor flat in a famous retail street in Mayfair, London, required remodelling to create a more flexible, useable space to suit our client.
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Volunteers are helping transform an old nursery and garden centre into a thriving community food hub and local attraction. The Wolves Lane Centre in Wood Green.
Skip navigation. London borough of Haringey as it has been approved as a venue for school visits. This means that teachers and pupils can be assured that they will be given a high-quality education experience when they visit the nursery. Councillor Dilek Dogus, cabinet member for adults and community services, said that the Wolves Lane Nursery is not just a great place for schools to visit, but families too. Earlier this month, a selection of photographs taken by young people from the London borough of Haringey were put on display at the Bruce Castle Museum. Posted by Andy Britten. Read Article Published on 26th May,Yeading is a laid-back and peaceful residential area situated north-east of Hayes and is one of the most up-and-coming areas of the capital. Hanwell is a small town located in the Borough of Ealing and is in between Ealing and Southall, providing excellent transport links to the rest of the capital.
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The former 3 acre plant nursery has commercial glasshouses, a rare palm house with tropical plants, cactus garden, rainforest area, professional standard kitchen, classroom space, barn and woodland area. The buildings and glasshouses are in need of refurbishment which the consortium has committed to in development stages as well as investment in sustainable energy systems to heat the palm house. This will enable us to:. RiFG aims to challenge and disrupt some of the structural inequalities that exist within the current UK food growing sector through the creation of a network of BAME led growers pan-London who will receive relevant skills development and training opportunities enabling them to grow commercially. Our vision for Wolves Lane Centre is a thriving space for sustainable growing, education, social enterprise and community engagement.
Don't have a Spacehive account? Register here. Impact data and claims within this report are provided by the project creator and have not been independently verified by Spacehive. By Pamela Harling Haringey Delivery. By Pamela Harling. Wolves Lane, previously a plant nursery for Haringey Council, is being developed as a food growing space.
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As many of you are probably aware the above 3 and a half acre site is under threat of closure from Haringey Council in its present form. It offers a wide range of services for the local people such as :. A social and educational resource for adults and young people with learning difficulties, autism and mental heath issues. Please sign the e petition from the link below if you care about saving our local centre.
When Wolves Lane Horticultural Centre, a plant nursery ran by Haringey Council, shut its doors in April , the local community were worried what the future would hold for the three-acre space. Fast forward to , and local community growers have established an innovative food growing hub at the site. Locals, however, had long been commenting on the state of disrepair the centre had found itself in, and there was little surprise when Haringey Council shut its doors in AprilThis had included asking OrganicLea, a community food project based in the Lea Valley in north-east London, to assess the viability of the site as a food growing space. OrganicLea formed a coalition with likeminded community organisations to develop the offer, and in the same month as closing its doors, Haringey Council handed over the stewardship of Wolves Lane to OrganicLea.
Wolves Lane was previously a council-run horticultural centre that provided plants for all the parks in Haringey. It was also a garden centre and was used to provide training and work experience for people with learning disabilities and by many local primary schools for educational trips.
Wonderful garden centre with fantastic range of plants. Lots of experienced horticultural personnel willing to advise customers. Nice cafe and very welcoming atmosphere throughout. A really good place to get things for the allotment. Bought everything from my trowel to my shed here. Very pleasant and helpful staff. Love shopping here.
Flower Farming in an urban environment can be a difficult task to achieve with small spaces to grow in on top of high rents especially when it comes to a metropole like London: Two fresh faces in the floristry industry have exactly done that: Camile Kilch and Marianne Mogendorff are running a newly found business called "The Wolves Lane Flower Company" in the heart of north London and they do it very successfully:. They manage to provide most of their own homegrown florals for their bespoke weddings from an old run-down horticultural centre where they harvest and sell from March to October. I had the pleasure of asking them a few questions about their passion and their inspiration behind and the story of "Wolves Lane":. We originally met at university and then lived together in our 20s, both working as producers Camila in fashion and moving image and Marianne in Theatre.