The Collective Old Oak

PLP Architecture

place
Nash House, Old Oak Lane, NW10 6FF
info_outline
Toilets, Refreshments
Private rooms with shared spaces including a cinema room, library, gym, restaurant and bar, combined with a programme of events that aim to foster a sense of community amongst the 500+ members. NB Map marker incorrect, please follow address

Access

Saturday 22nd

Open 10am–4pm

event
  • Ask OPDC at 10am (Q & A) (Learn about the area’s future regeneration and development plans, being led by the Old Oak and Royal Park Development Corporation, and have your say in an inclusive exhibition. Drop in 10am - 3pm. Tour of the planned development site 11.30am - 1.30pm. All ages)
  • Canal Compositions at 10.30am (childrens' activity) (The canal is home to an amazing array of boats, people, animals and wildlife. Join professional musician Luke Crookes to investigate life on the water and create your own soundtrack inspired by what you find. Sessions at 10:30am, 12noon and 2pm. Booking essential, email: sid.patrick@opdc.london.gov.uk)
  • Drawing Rooms at 11am (childrens' activity) (Join famous illustrator, Salvatore Rubbino, to design and create your own dream living space. Drop-in 11am - 4pm)
  • Water Painting at 11am (demonstration / workshop) (Join professional water-colourist, Jo Lewis, to experience how to use the outside environment to create your own watercolour masterpiece. 11am - 1pm & 2pm - 4pm. Adult workshop. Book in advance: sid.patrick@opdc.london.org.uk)
  • Peoples Bureau Exhibition at 11am (exhibition) (People's Bureau are Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation's current 'Artists in Residence' and are taking up residency in a studio flat at The Collective from 17 - 19 September to host a programme of discussion and writing around the role of participatory art practice as a space for mediation and collaboration. These conversations will be recorded, broadcast and the resulting materials will be represented as part of an installation at The Collective during Open House. 11am - 4pm)
  • Fold Your City at 11am (childrens' activity) (Explore Old Oak and Royal Park’s incredible trade and industry by folding your own origami landmarks and adding to a huge collaborative map. Fold Your City was originally commissioned by The Big Draw and Dance Umbrella. Drop-in 11am - 4pm)

Sunday 23rd

Open 10am–4pm

event
  • Canal Compositions at 10.30am (childrens' activity) (The canal is home to an amazing array of boats, people, animals and wildlife. Join professional musician Luke Crookes to investigate life on the water and create your own soundtrack inspired by what you find. Sessions at 10:30am, 12noon and 2pm. Booking essential, email: sid.patrick@opdc.london.gov.uk)
  • Drawing Rooms at 11am (childrens' activity) (Join famous illustrator, Salvatore Rubbino, to design and create your own dream living space. Drop-in 11am - 4pm)
  • Fold Your City at 11am (childrens' activity) (Explore Old Oak and Royal Park’s incredible trade and industry by folding your own origami landmarks and adding to a huge collaborative map. Fold Your City was originally commissioned by The Big Draw and Dance Umbrella. Drop-in 11am - 4pm)
  • Peoples Bureau Exhibition at 11am (exhibition) (People's Bureau are Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation's current 'Artists in Residence' and are taking up residency in a studio flat at The Collective from 17 - 19 September to host a programme of discussion and writing around the role of participatory art practice as a space for mediation and collaboration. These conversations will be recorded, broadcast and the resulting materials will be represented as part of an installation at The Collective during Open House. 11am - 4pm)
  • Water Painting at 11am (demonstration / workshop) (Join professional water-colourist, Jo Lewis, to experience how to use the outside environment to create your own watercolour masterpiece. 11am - 1pm & 2pm - 4pm. Adult workshop. Book in advance: sid.patrick@opdc.london.org.uk)

Design

Original design
PLP Architecture, 2016
Refurbishment
Co-living Space, 2018
Type
Residence
Period
Contemporary