Threatened music venue was one of the architect’s earliest projects
David Adjaye has lent his support to a campaign to keep central London’s The Social as a live music venue – the purpose for which he and William Russell designed it in the late 1990s.
The intimate Fitzrovia institution sprang out of the Heavenly Sunday Social club nights that Heavenly Records ran in from 1994-1999 and which proved a crucial stepping stone in the career of the Chemical Brothers.
It was one of the architect’s earliest projects, completed the year before he set up Adjaye Associates.
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