Islington Houses, Newington Green Buildings, London Property, Architects, Photos

Newington Green Houses

Key Residential Buildings in north-east London, England, UK

Islington Houses – Contemporary Properties

Key New Residential Buildings in this North East London ‘village’, located north of Clerkenwell and East of King’s Cross, alphabetical:

Cruickshank Street House
Date: 2009-
Design: Tasou Associates
Cruickshank Street House
photo : Tasou Associates

Cruickshank Street House

End Gable House on Leconfield Road, Newington Green, northeast London
Date built: 2005
Design: Pete Sutton Architects
Leconfield Road house Newington Green house
North East London house : photograph © adrian welch

Housing at Newington Green
Date built: –
Design:Rivington Street Studios
Newington Green housing
Newington Green housing : photo © adrian welch may 2007

House on Leconfield Road, Newington Green
Date built: 2007
Design: KCA Architects
Highbury house
Newington Green house : photo © Adrian Welch may 2007

Islington House
Date built: –
Design:Norton Ellis Architects
Islington House
image from architect

Islington House

Newington Green Student Housing
Date built: 2006
Design:Haworth Tompkins Architects
Newington Green building
photo © Adrian Welch

For Shaftsbury Student Housing, situated in backlands area behind Newington Green. The China Inland Mission forms the entry (picture above).

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Location: Islington, North London, England, UK

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Stoke Newington House, London, UK
Design: atmos, Architects
Stoke Newington House
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Islington

Lough Road Housing – Ashburton Grove (Arsenal), north London
Date built: 2006
Design: CZWG Architects – led by architect Piers Gough

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Stealth House, London
Design: Robert Dye Associates

English Houses – contemporary property designs

Islington grew as a sprawling Middlesex village along the line of the Great North Road, and has provided the name of the modern borough. The district is bounded by City Road and Southgate Road to the south-east, and by Liverpool Road to the west. The first recorded church, St Mary’s, was erected in the twelfth century.

The Regent’s Canal passes through the area, running in a long tunnel east of the Angel. The aerial bombing of World War II caused much damage to Islington’s housing stock, with 3,200 dwellings destroyed. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair lived in this community before his victory in the 1997 UK general election.

East London house photographs taken with Panasonic DMC-FX01 lumix camera; Leica lense: 2816×2112 pixels – original photos available upon request: info(at)e-architect.co.uk

Buildings / photos for the Islington PropertyNorth London Houses page welcome