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Kindred House in central Croydon topping out – solstice sunset event with local photographers

Kindred House in central Croydon topping out – solstice sunset event with local photographers

Last week we celebrated the summer solstice, and the topping out of our tallest building to date, Kindred House in central Croydon.

We invited a handful of local photographers we know through Instagram to join us at the top, on a specially created platform:

The 360 degree views across Croydon, north to London and south to Surrey are pretty spectacular, as are the images captured by these talented Croydon-based photographers! Snapper‘s comes first, then a selection from CronxLad. Images from KellyLeRox to follow.

Also with us were Luke Tozer and Gemma Robinson from Pitman Tozer, the architects who designed the building. They explained the constraints of the site and their response, which includes winter gardens for each home, offering a really useable amenity space and protection from the noise of the flyover – Maddy from East Croydon Cool and Just Efe listening with interest!  CronxLad took this lovely portrait of the design team.

 

We love this bird’s eye movie Just Efe made, which shows where the resident roof gardens will be to make the most of those views – CGIs coming soon. There’s also a new public square at ground level, which will house some new public art – details also coming soon!

 

Thanks to Henry Construction for helping to organise the event. We can’t wait to come back to see the completed roof terrace and take in those views again when the building is finished!

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