Brighton & Hove City Council are working with developers in hope to return Madeira Drive to its former glory. One of the most prominent features along Brighton’s seafront is Madeira Terrace, 850 metres of Grade II listed arches.
Constructed in 1890, Madeira Terrace runs from Brighton Aquarium (now the Sea Life Centre) to Duke’s Mound. Today, as a result of corrosion and the cast iron coming to the end of its life, urgent repairs are needed to restore the arches before they become damaged beyond repair – a key focus of the Madeira Drive regeneration project.
ISO Spaces was commissioned by Brighton & Hove City Council to design and manufacture a shipping container office and community hub to sit right in the heart of Madeira Drive. The 40ft converted container office will house the communications and other teams running the regeneration project and funding campaigns.
Painted in a RAL colour to fit in with the container’s surroundings, vinyls were then applied to the container with the project’s branding. Double glass doors and exterior roller shutters ensure access, privacy and security.
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