Barnsbury Gallery is a converted shopfront terraced house located in the heart of the Barnsbury Conservation Area in Islington, London. Once a thriving fishmonger, the late Georgian building spent time as an antiques shop and a cartography gallery before its conversion into a 3-bedroom family home.
Along with changes in use, the building has undergone a number of extensions, refurbishments and modifications throughout its history with very little apart from street front façade, party walls and chimney stacks dating back to the original early 19th century building.
The building is defined by 3 sections: the podium, mid-levels, and top-levels. The podium is populated by retail, restaurants, and cafes providing activity to the public spaces. The mid-levels will contain the offices while the top levels will be occupied by a private club with gardens and terraces, offering views across the city.
The project incorporates comfort and energy efficiency measures from the pre-concept stage, reducing the cost and difficulty of implementation in further stages.
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