The Phoenix Garden, a green space and community building tucked into London’s West End, takes centre stage in the next short film published with Open House London.
Filmed by Jim Stephenson, the documentary is one of nine videos that will feature on Dezeen throughout Open House London 2020 to celebrate rarely published places in the capital.
The Phoenix Garden is located on a former World War II bomb site near Convent Garden. It opened to the public in 1984 as one of seven green retreats in the area, but it is the only one remaining.
In 2017, local studio Office Sian added a brick and limestone building to the entrance of the site that contains a multifunctional space for events and workshops, expanding the garden’s offerings.
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