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The Dalston Pavilion

The Pavilion

The London School of Architecture’s Hackney Pavilion is sited next to the school’s new home at 4 Beechwood Road. The structure draws inspiration from mid-sixteenth century ‘cabinets of curiosities’ that showcased artefacts from the natural world, as well as from the timber roof structure of the nearby Holy Trinity Church. Constructed as a series of A-Frames and openable in-fill panels, the pavilion will be configured to host a range of events, such as talks, panel discussions, workshops and film-screenings in collaboration with Young Hackney, Rio Cinema and other partners.

By installing the pavilion in a public space on the edge of the Rhodes Estate and in close proximity to well-established organisations such as Forest Road Youth Hub, the Hackney Pavilion allows the LSA to deepen its commitment to the borough’s diverse communities, offering free-to-access, high quality workshops for young people that introduce ideas and skills that will help them use design to meet the challenges humanity and the planet face in the context of the Climate Emergency and ecological crisis.

The Pavilion has been designed and built in collaboration with Arup, New School of Furniture Making and Orsman Construction with generous donations from the Marchus Trust, WISA, Latham Timber and E Roberts Timber.

The Public Programme

The pavilion is both an outdoor exhibition space, showcasing the LSA’s Part 0 campaign to engage with local 11-19 year olds, and a classroom that will host workshops for young people led by the LSA and other like-minded organisations. Programme collaborators include Rio Cinema, Forest Road Youth Hub, Hackney School of Food, RIBA Youth Forum, Open City, Drawing Matter, HomeGrown Plus, Architecture Foundation Young Trustees, East and more.

The month-long public programme running from 3 – 30 June will include a wide range of workshops, panel discussions, supper clubs and outdoor film screenings:

You can sign up for these events here.