Redbridge Welcome Centre London, Ilford Architecture, Essex Drug & Alcohol Units Design

Redbridge Welcome Centre, London : Ilford Building

Drug & Alcohol Units East London design by Peter Barber Architects, UK

28 Feb 2012

Design: Peter Barber Architects

Photos copyright Morley von Sternberg

Redbridge Welcome Centre drug and alcohol units

Redbridge Welcome Centre is a new community and homeless project housed in a spectacular state of the art building on a prominent site in Ilford.

Redbridge Welcome Centre, Ilford Drug & Alcohol Units

Redbridge Welcome Centre London

Redbridge Welcome Centre, Ilford Drug & Alcohol Units

The Welcome Centre houses drug and alcohol units, training rooms and drop-in facilities in dramatic double height spaces at ground and 1st floor level.

Redbridge Welcome Centre, Ilford Drug & Alcohol Units

Light and airy residential accommodation is provided in 10 en-suite rooms at 2nd and 3rd floor.

Redbridge Welcome Centre, Ilford Drug & Alcohol Units

Spaces are flooded with light from fully glazed facades and all rooms have uninterrupted views into a secluded garden at the rear.

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The building is composed of a series of folded planes forming a continuous ribbon of structure from pavement entrance ramp to roof.

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Redbridge Welcome Centre – Building Information

Architects: Peter Barber Architects
Location: Green Lane, Ilford

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Photographer: Morley von Sternberg
Tel: +44 (0) 208 989 5704 morley(at)vonsternberg.com

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Location: Green Lane, Ilford, North East London, England, UK

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