• Technical

    • Appointment: 2001
    • Construction Start: 2002
    • Completion: 2004
    • Area: 1,489m²
    • Budget: £1.5 million
    • Form of Contract: Traditional
    • Client: Capital & Provident Regeneration; Shoreditch Trust NDC; Training for Life & The Corporation of London
    • Contractor: Durkan Pudelek
    • Services Engineer: Hannan Associates
    • Structural Engineer: Peter Dann & Partners
    • Quantity Surveyor: KHK Group
    • Landscape Architect: Whitelaw Turkington
    • Graphic Designer: Pat O’Leary
  • Bibliography

      • Robert Maxwell, 'After-life of a modest building: School conversion at Hoxton Square, London, by Buschow Henley', True Principles. The Journal of the Pugin Society, Vol.3 No.2, 2005, pp64–66
      • Rosamund Diamond,' Hidden Treasure: Buschow Henley in Hoxton', Architecture Today, February 2005, pp20–27
      • 'E W Pugins Historic Hoxton Square Update', Church Building, November/December 2004, pp66–67
      • Jay Merrick, 'Too Cool for School', The Independent, 27 October 2004, pp12–13

This Grade II listed ex-London Board School, designed by the Gothic Revival architect E. W. Pugin, has been conserved and extended to house the Hoxton Apprentice restaurant and training facilities, offices, a gym and two apartments.

‘The garden […] here shows a thoughtfulness which goes far beyond native intelligence and begins to show devilish ingenuity’ Robert Maxwell, 2005

  • Technical

    • Appointment: 2001
    • Construction Start: 2002
    • Completion: 2004
    • Area: 1,489m²
    • Budget: £1.5 million
    • Form of Contract: Traditional
    • Client: Capital & Provident Regeneration; Shoreditch Trust NDC; Training for Life & The Corporation of London
    • Contractor: Durkan Pudelek
    • Services Engineer: Hannan Associates
    • Structural Engineer: Peter Dann & Partners
    • Quantity Surveyor: KHK Group
    • Landscape Architect: Whitelaw Turkington
    • Graphic Designer: Pat O’Leary
  • Bibliography

      • Robert Maxwell, 'After-life of a modest building: School conversion at Hoxton Square, London, by Buschow Henley', True Principles. The Journal of the Pugin Society, Vol.3 No.2, 2005, pp64–66
      • Rosamund Diamond,' Hidden Treasure: Buschow Henley in Hoxton', Architecture Today, February 2005, pp20–27
      • 'E W Pugins Historic Hoxton Square Update', Church Building, November/December 2004, pp66–67
      • Jay Merrick, 'Too Cool for School', The Independent, 27 October 2004, pp12–13
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