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EVENT: N17 Studio Open Day

The N17 Design Studio is a groundbreaking partnership between Haringey Council, world-renowned architects John McAslan + Partners  and the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London to transform an empty Tottenham shop into a design hub offering work  placements and training to local people.

As well as taking on five apprentices from the local area and providing work experience placements, John McAslan + Partners are working with pupils and teachers at Tottenham's schools to find out their ideas for how architecture can shape the future of their community.

One of the key objectives of the N17 Design Studio is to provide a space to both showcase regeneration activity and projects happening in Tottenham and to provide community activities delivered by, and for, the local community.

We'd like to invite you to attend our open day; it is a chance to come and look round N17 Design Studio, see the scale model of Tottenham and meet the apprentices.

Representatives from John McAslan + Partners and London Borough of Haringey will also be on hand to answer your questions.

Details

Date: Saturday 24th January 2015

Time: 12pm - 4pm

Location: 451-453 High Road, London N17 6QH

If you are unable to make this event the next N17 Design Studio talk will take place 18th Feb, 6-30pm-8pm.  Aidan Potter, Design Director at McAslan + Partners, will talk about the N17 Design Studio project and its aims and ambitions on the topic of Faith and Communities. To RSVP email tottenhamregeneration@haringey.gov.uk

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