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HASA Architects is an interdisciplinary practice composed of architects, designers and makers. We work across architecture, urban design, interiors, art and product design. Our ambition is to design buildings, places, spaces and objects that are functional, beautiful and that make life better. Fuelled by curiosity, we are open-minded and combine hands-on intelligent design with respect for people, place, materials, light and the vision. As collaborators and co-creators, we work with individuals and organisations who inspire and challenge us. Together, we research and explore possibilities, creating rich ideas that we bring to life. Our work is diverse and distinctive, including transformative interventions within existing buildings, new housing schemes, temporary installations and artworks.
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HASA Architects has completed works to transform a derelict horticultural glasshouse at Highgate Bowl in North London into a new public space. The project, inspired by the frame and construction of the original building, explores the possibilities of this forgotten piece of the city by bringing it back into public use through a series of small-scale interventions. These sensitive interventions take the form of new external and internal pathways, as well as rooms and furniture pieces that guide visitors through the large open bays of the glasshouse while framing views...