muf architecture/art


72-74 Mare Street, London E8 4RT

020 8985 3038

studio@muf.co.uk

The challenge of this project is to shift the experience of Tally Ho corner as a traffic gyratory with an inaccessible and marooned island of culture (the Arts Depot) to a pedestrian friendly and welcoming place with multiple destinations of local colour.

The challenge of this project is to shift the experience of Tally Ho corner as a traffic gyratory with an inaccessible and marooned island of culture (the Arts Depot) to a pedestrian friendly
and welcoming place with multiple destinations of local colour.

This would be achieved through a range of scales of intervention, from the landscaping element as the high quality ground to the activation of the vacant commercial units existing in the area .

This would be achieved through a range of scales of intervention, from the landscaping element as the high quality ground to the activation of the vacant commercial units existing in the area .

We hope to identify local crafts people, practitioners and suppliers as partners in the delivery of the programme in order to support the growth of local skills and keep a proportion of the capital budget circulating in the local economy.

We hope to identify local crafts people, practitioners and suppliers as partners in the delivery of the programme in order to support the growth of local skills and keep a
proportion of the capital budget circulating in the local economy.

North Finchley OLF 2014

Public Space
Public realm interventions

Location
Tally Ho Corner, North Finchley

Client
Design for London, London Borough of Barnet

Project Team
muf, Stockley, Studio Dekka, Appleyards LLP, Objectif

Links
Barnet Eye
Arts Depo
Community Focus