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John McAslan: Community Design, From Haiti to Tottenham

John McAslan: Community Design, From Haiti to Tottenham
John McAslan: Community Design, From Haiti to Tottenham, Tottenham High Road, Where John McAslan + Partners plan to open their new office. Image © Flickr CC User Alan Stanton
Tottenham High Road, Where John McAslan + Partners plan to open their new office. Image © Flickr CC User Alan Stanton

John McAslan + Partners, already known for their involvement in humanitarian issues thanks to their work in Haiti, are now turning their attention to Tottenham in London, as reported by The Guardian. The practice hopes that by opening a new office on the high street of Tottenham, the area notorious as the crucible of the riots that spread across the UK in August 2011, and by engaging with the community, they can help to make a change. Read the full story here.

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Cite: Rory Stott. "John McAslan: Community Design, From Haiti to Tottenham" 12 Jan 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/465968/john-mcaslan-community-design-from-haiti-to-tottenham/> ISSN 0719-8884