Ashburton Triangle London, Architecture, Housing, Photos, Flats, Architect

Ashburton Triangle, North London

Housing in Holloway: New Flats – design by HOK Sport architects

23 Jun 2007

Ashburton Grove housing

Photos © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007:

Housing just north of the Emirates Stadium:

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Ashburton Triangle, Holloway
Design: HOK Sport

Location: south of Seven Sisters Road, on west side of Holloway Road
Nearest Tube: Highbury & Islington – Victoria Line
Contractor: Sir Robert McAlpine

Address: Ashburton Triangle, Drayton Park, N5 1GB

This is a residential apartment complex with retail, restaurants and the Arsenal Museum, plus the Emirates Stadium just to the south. Apparently this is the largest zinc-clad building in Europe.

More info on the Ashburton Triangle buildings soon

Ashburton Triangle Housing architects: HOK Sport

Ashburton Grove

Buildings nearby include the Graduate Centre by Libeskind and Arsenal FC Stadium by HOK Sport

Citizen Road off Hornsey Road / Tollington Road, Holloway:
Citizen Road Citizen Road

Sobell Centre, off Tollington Road, Holloway:
Sobell Centre

Holloway Road housing

HOK Sport

Location: Ashburton Grove, North London, England, UK

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Drayton Park railway station – close by to this North London housing development – is on the Network Rail Northern City Line, which carries First Capital Connect trains between Moorgate and Welwyn Garden City or Hertford via Finsbury Park. It is between Finsbury Park and Highbury & Islington, and is in Travelcard Zone 2.

It is in Islington, just off the Holloway Road near its southern end, close to the Liverpool Road junction. It is located close to Arsenal football club’s Emirates Stadium, but is effectively shut on matchdays as the services at the station do not operate at weekends nor after 2200, instead being diverted to London Kings Cross.

Milner Square, Barnsbury, Islington, North London
Design: LDA Design
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Milner Square Barnsbury, Islington

Olympic Velodrome
Hopkins Architects
London Olympics Velodrome

Chelsea Barracks masterplan
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

Buildings / photos for the Ashburton Triangle London page welcome