25 April 2019

MICA on shortlist for Fair Field public space competition

A collaborative design team led by MICA has been announced as one of six shortlisted contenders to design the new Fair Field public realm. The international architectural design teams have been invited to the second stage of the tender process to re-design the prominent public space in Croydon’s town centre.

For the competition, MICA assembled a dynamic team of artists, architects, landscape architects, illuminators, engineers and workers with water. The team includes; sustainability-focused landscape designers OOZE; former FAT Director Charles Holland; acclaimed contemporary designer Adam Nathaniel Furman; lighting specialists DHA; and award-winning structural engineers Haskins Robinson Waters.

On being shortlisted, Director Stuart Cade said “MICA is delighted to have been shortlisted for the Fair Field public realm design competition in the centre of Croydon. In the heart of Croydon’s new cultural quarter, the new Fair Field will be revitalised as a cultural, civic and flexible community space, providing the setting for and complementing our redevelopment of the adjoining Fairfield Halls.”

MICA is currently leading the refurbishment and extension of Croydon’s iconic Fairfield Halls, which is due to complete this September.

Click the link to read more about the competition.


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