Local design studio Gundry + Ducker design a new folded facade made up of galvanized steel and glass at London’s Camden Town Brewery that is located in North London’s Kentish Town. The frontage celebrates the arches by the railways of the cobbled mews that it is located by. The design ensures that it stays welcoming for guests and was a main focus of the project’s brief.
Studio founder Christian Ducker speaks to Dezeen about the project, explaining that “There was an opportunity to think about how we could connect the mews to the city, encourage public and community use and express the brand. We reimagined the mews as an industrial park where the huge stainless-steel tanks and brewing paraphernalia became blended with trees, lighting and seating to form a space used for a range of activities.”
Image Credit: Gundry + Ducker