North London Vintage Market is excited to announce our presence at one of the first public openings in years of the stunning Art Deco era Hornsey Town Hall in Crouch End on Saturday Dec 13th.
Built in 1935 by architect Reginald Uren, and the winner of a RIBA award for architecture at the time, the town hall houses a number of offices, suites and entertainment spaces all with original 1930's decor.
Now Grade II listed, and recently used to shoot the BBC series The Hour, the building is an exemplary example of architecture from the Art Deco era and offers a genuine chance to step into the past - barely used by the public for decades it's period features remain largely untouched.
North London Vintage Market will have over 20 vendors nestled in unusual spaces in the building on December 13th offering a chance for the local public to be some of the first to view the building - with the evening grand opening events already sold out, this is the only other chance in December to view this incredible space! Expect nostalgic wares including vintage furniture, home wares, clothing and curiosities, all in keeping with the period feel of the building, as well as original gift ideas and mid century trimmings for a vintage festive season
North London Vintage Market at Hornsey Town Hall
Saturday December 13th
Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre,
Public opening event with over 20 top vendors from popular local vintage event North London Vintage Market selling throughout the building, with furniture, furnishings, lamps, fabrics, ceramics, prints & posters, kitchenalia & baking ware, jewellery, accessories and clothing, collectables and curiosities from the early 1900's through the the 1970's.
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