Realising Tottenham Pavilion is no mean feat - it simply wouldn't be achieved without the passion and generosity of partners, sponsors, funders and champions.
London Festival of Architecture
Including the build phase and the launch of Tottenham Pavilion in their 2020 programme was a massive boost for all involved. It recognises the importance of this project and, more importantly, gives everyone involved access to an international audience.
Spaces for Creatives
The main landlord of Harringay Warehouse District is supporting the project in kind. Covering the costs of preparing the site, making sure it is safe for volunteers and people who will use the Tottenham Pavilion.
Creative agency, West Creative, started its life in the warehouse district. They are supporting the project with in kind support to develop and run this website.
One of the world’s largest architecture websites with around 27,000 pages across of resources has given Tottenham Pavilion in kind profile to advertise the competition. This helps promote the opportunity to the widest possible audience.
Supporting the architecture industry on a daily basis with in-depth news analysis,
insight into issues that are affecting the industry, and for Tottenham Pavilion competition updates. AJ previewed every design submitted on their website.
Travel magazine that aims to inspire, helping people to discover global destinations and cultures beyond the standard tourist path, were excited to build on a previous article about Tottenham by covering the project.
KooZA/rch is a leading digital platform which, through the image, aims to research, reveal and challenge our un/built environment. As a space which values the daring and the absurd, the alternative to the normal, the ideas which push contemporary pre-conceptions and boundaries, they were a natural partner to produce the Tottenham Pavilion digital contribution for LFA Digital 2020.
A specialist in Urban Planning. Andy brought valuable insight to the Planning Application process, especially for arts and community based developments.
Haringey Council have helped by supporting the co-design workshops and the project development. They also contributed through advice and connections with potential partners in the borough.
Reasons to get involved.
Be seen. 1.6m passersby 10,000 participants International reach
Estimated figures based on published evidence and previous events. London Festival of Architecture has an international audience.
Be known. For supporting fresh talent, creativity and a project open to all.
Be involved. In creating a placemaking destination in a deprived area.
Neighbouring Woodberry Down estate is located in the top 3% of the most deprived area in England and Wales.