Redbridge Welcome Centre by Peter Barber Architects

With its cantilevered white planes and continuous glazing, the building stands like a cruise liner  run aground at the end of a suburban street.

The open-plan layout of Peter Barber’s centre for the homeless in Ilford, east London, creates a lively atmosphere conducive to getting things done

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