Hackney Road, Haggerston Park

At Hide we found interest in navigating the junction between tranquil farm yard and bustling high street. We played with this juxtaposition of rural urbanity and it gave fruit to the entire natural, yet raw palette you find at Hide. The materiality of the volume is clay-like and warm as if worked from the ground, the true integrity of each element laid bare, much like you’ll find on the farm. There was an intentional honesty that drove all details, from architectural decisions to the recycled wool fabrics on the headboard. By engaging with the rich habitat of creators in the immediate area we allowed collaboration to fuel the process, resulting in a very mindfully made place.

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