The Stockwell Hall of Fame was originally built in the 1950s, to be used for sports by the children of the Stockwell Park Estate.

As part of their estate regeneration, Network Homes have invested in this area to promote the space as a place to showcase artwork (including legally painted street art), whilst also improving the conditions for sports and events usage.

It was highlighted that the site suffered from poor drainage and lighting, and a general need of improvement to ensure the safety of users of the local community. New wall openings, steps, and lighting opened the space up to the outside world.

CBG Consultants were appointed to design the lighting to make the area very welcoming and more importantly safe. Whilst working very closely with the architects, the design team, and the client to ensure that the lighting chosen, and the location of the lighting enhanced the area and realised their vision.

The project was completed in Spring 2019 and is a new cultural destination in the Brixton/Stockwell area, providing a great space for sports, art, and performances to bring together the local community and visitors from all over the globe.

Civic Trust Awards 2020 – Highly Commended
Civic Trust Awards 2020 – Regional Finalist
Building Awards 2020, Social Value category – Finalist

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