Warehouse tenants, past and present, driven by passion for preserving the uniqueness of warehouse life. Each bring skills in raising funds, getting audiences and hosting noteworthy events.

Track Record

The team behind Tottenham Pavilion have had success fundraising for and hosting several public events around the Harringay Warehouse District.

Between 2012 - 2018 they ran a local social enterprise, Haringey Arts, with the sole purpose of connecting the local warehouse community.

In 2015, they delivered Pallet Paradise – a large scale adult playing event - in partnership with a resident spatial design specialist. The event attracted over 2,400 people across one weekend and was Time Out’s most clicked event that weekend in the whole of London.

In 2019, as a forerunner to this competition, the team achieved funding through the Mayor of London’s Culture Seeds and sponsorship from Spaces for Creatives / Provewell Ltd for a Tottenham Pavilion pilot. Here's an article writen about the pilot. read>>

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Carolina Khouri

Lebanese Polish visual artist, Carolina has lived in the Harringay Warehouse District for over 10 years. As project manager, Carolina leads on keeping everything running smoothly and developing connections with the current tenants and the wider community partners.


James West

Creative Industries and Marketing expert, James’ business West Creative started in the Harringay Warehouse District in 2013. James lived in a warehouse from 2008 – 2015. James is leading on all communication aspects of the project from fundraising to event marketing.


Joe Wright

Architect, Joe’s practice was started whilst a tenant in the New River Studios – a multi use space within the Harringay Warehouse District. Joe brings an expert eye to project – overseeing health and safety and key stakeholders associated with a project of this scale.


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