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Tours

RIBA London Great British Buildings Tour - Bethnal Green Mission Church

Join us for an exclusive opportunity to hear more about this RIBA Award winning building from the architect who designed it. As part of this series of events showcasing 2019's Award winners, Gatti Routh Rhodes Architects are giving a tour of the Bethnal Green Mission Church.

As part of this series of events showcasing 2019's Award winners, Gatti Routh Rhodes Architects are giving a tour of the Bethnal Green Mission Church.

The new Bethnal Green Mission Church (BGMC) offers a ground-breaking model for contemporary places of worship in dense urban environments. Appearing as a robust urban block along Cambridge Heath Road, the building is a complex mixed-use development with a church at its heart. A partnership between BGMC and developers Thornsett, the church and community spaces (including offices for charities, 2 community halls, café, community kitchen, foodbank store and vicarage) are funded by the sale of 14 apartments that sit above them. Replacing a largely inaccessible 1950s structure with severe maintenance issues, it is located in the centre of a Conservation Area and surrounded by listed buildings.

This scheme has won a RIBA London Award 2019.

This event is part of our Great British Buildings series of talks and tours around the country.

Ticket prices

  • Non Member: £10.00
  • RIBA Member/Friend: £7.50
  • Student/Concession: £5.00