Architects’ top work goes on display in Fishers’ Folly

An exhibition of outstanding local architecture: taking place within Fisher's Folly...

An exhibition of outstanding local architecture: taking place within Fisher’s Folly…

Fisher’s Folly, the Croydon Council office building on Mint Walk sometimes called Bernard Weatherill House, is hosting a special exhibition of the best of architecture from Sutton, Bromley and Croydon over the next fortnight.

This first competition has been organised by the noted Purley architect, Tarsem Flora, on behalf of the local branch of the Royal Institute of British Architects.

The exhibition culminates with a reception on the evening of July 2.

The best submissions, which come from the RIBA branch area, will be considered for prizes to be awarded at the reception.

Flora said, “This award has been initiated for the first time by the CSB branch committee and has been supported by the RIBA London Region. It is hoped that the scheme will be
repeated every year.”

Inside Croydon‘s loyal reader might be popping along to see how the exhibit entries compare to what’s been proposed for the £1 billion Hammersfield development.

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