The new pavilion at Brook Green has opened.
The building, which washroom facilities and a snacks and drinks kiosk, is part of a regeneration programme for the area and was funded by the Friends of Brook Green.
The striking building was designed by North Kensington architecture practice De Rosee Sa, and is part of the community group’s drive to regenerate the Green and offer a much-needed public facility and attractive community hub , as well as new tennis courts and an upgraded playground.
It opened at the end of January, following three years of public consultation and events.
Max de Rosee, director of De Rosee Sa Architects, enthused afterwards: “It has been wonderful to work with the Friends of Brook Green on such an exciting and important project.
“This building is the only one on the Green, and therefore the challenge has been to create something that is attractive at the heart of the community, but is also sensitive to its setting.
“We think that the result is a beautiful little building of great civic quality and harmony.”
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