Open House London: 22-23rd September
Get ready to explore the amazing architecture in every London neighbourhood, including 10 Peabody locations.
Open House London is the capital's largest annual festival of architecture and design, giving access to over 750 buildings and sites for one weekend.
You can also take part in neighbourhood walks, engineering and landscape tours, cycle rides as well as hear talks from experts – all for free.
These are the Peabody locations which will be open during this year's event on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 September:
Now designated a Conservation Area, this includes an Old Laundry building and some of the most sculptural stairways ever designed for social housing.
Designed by Niall McLaughlin Architects, Darbishire Place was shortlisted for the prestigious RIBA Stirling Prize in 2015.
|St John’s Hill||
Phase 1 of our major regeneration project includes 153 new homes, high quality landscaping and play areas.
These 67 homes are next to a new business centre for local enterprises. Both projects, with a new pedestrianised street, make a real difference to this previously neglected corner of Bethnal Green.
A mixed-use development of 268 high-quality homes, a new public square, shops and a large new community centre which acts as a hub for all our management and community activities on the Pembury estate.
|Thamesmead Information Hub||
A mixed-use development of 268 high-quality homes, a new
Created to provide a new community shared space to showcase the regeneration projects happening in Thamesmead and provide an exhibition space.
|Tump 53 nature reserve||
A former munitions storage site within the Woolwich Arsenal, now a thriving nature reserve featuring original architectural elements surrounded by a moat and reed beds.
|Sporting Club Thamesmead||
Set in a tranquil green area of Thamesmead, designed to reinforce the nature around it. 3G pitches, outdoor multi-use games area and café -bar with panoramic views over parkland and pitches - home teams include Charlton Athletic Women’s FC.
Visit the iconic Lakeside Centre during the final stages of its renovation led by Bow Arts in partnership with Peabody and supported by the Mayor’s London Regeneration Fund (LEAP). With 40 affordable creative workspaces, an early years nursery and The Front Room cafe on its way come and take a look around to see the progress made.
|Thamesmead's Landscape and Hidden Spaces||
A walk-through Thamesmead's landscapes, including some less well-known hidden spaces. Led by Peabody's Director of Landscape, Dr Phil Askew.