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/ 24 June 2022

RIBA national award for restoration of St John at Hackney

St John at Hackney (SAINT) are delighted to have been awarded a Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) National Award recognizing the restoration of their building. Many thanks to everyone who has been involved in championing this work –  the DAC, Chancellor and everyone who walked through the project from beginning to end.

This £6 million project has turned this iconic building into a world class music and events venue, with thanks to lottery funding. The space is designed to be a cathedral of creativity for church, music and unique experiences. St John at Hackney is one of the largest venues in East London.

The design team included internationally renowned architectural designer John Pawson CBE, architect Thomas Ford & Partners, with an immersive installation from Es Devlin OBE.

You can read the press release from the RIBA here.


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