Harringay Warehouse District
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Here's a head start on getting to know the area through pictures, text and video. Feel free to see what else Google throws up - there are two interchangeable names for the area:

  • Harringay Warehouse District
  • Manor House Warehouses

 

Listen to a podcast from the organisers talk about the project & watch vlogs on #WarehouseLife

Ossi Piispanen

Ossi Piispanen documented the warehouse area between 2012 and 2015 in a series titled The Manor House Project. As a warehouse tenant and very talented photographer he brought a unique perspective to the series. view>>

Patrick Joseph

Patrick write an article for Furtherfield on the 2019 Tottenham Pavilion pilot - it provides an interesting outsider perspective on the potential of the project.  read>>

Ella Jessel

Ella wrote an article for East End Review in June 2015 that provides a plotted history of the area and some of the challenges involved its growth.  read>>

Ossi Piispanen

Ossi Piispanen documented the warehouse area between 2012 and 2015 in a series titled The Manor House Project. As a warehouse tenant and very talented photographer he brought a unique perspective to the series. view>>

Patrick Joseph

Patrick write an article for Furtherfield on the 2019 Tottenham Pavilion pilot - it provides an interesting outsider perspective on the potential of the project.  read>>

Ella Jessel

Ella wrote an article for East End Review in June 2015 that provides a plotted history of the area and some of the challenges involved its growth.  read>>

Hugh Flouch

Hugh has documented many events and news items associated with the Harringay Warehouse District through his blog Harringayonline.com. There are several posts to explore - here are a few highlights.

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Music Videos

The area is a perfect place for music videos, offering you the viewer a glimpse into the area from the eyes of a producer. Here are a few we know of...(there will be more):

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Gumtree

Gumtree is actually a wonderful area to flick through adverts from tenants looking for new people. It offers an interesting peak into warehouse life. view>>

Wikipedia

The area wouldn't be 'an area' without a Wikipedia entry now would it. A modest entry view>>

 
 



Local organisations of note

Spaces for Creatives

The main landowner operates under the name of Spaces for Creatives. They run a website of the same name, which offers some useful insight into how the area is shaped through the collective model.

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New River Studios

New River Studios is an arts’ centre, studio provider, venue, education hub, cafe and bar, with a large and diverse range of users. Housed in a former warehouse, New River Studios has a cafe is a great place to visit if you’re exploring the area.

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Haringey Arts

A social enterprise that is now closed, Haringey Arts was ran for a decade connecting creative tenants within the warehouse community. The website is an interesting archive of activity.

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