The future of Nottingham
38 Carrington Street is an exhibition and events space with a focus on architecture, design, community and heritage for Nottingham. Our aim is to create a stimulating programme that engages diverse communities on the future of our city. Read More.
Please note the Urban Room will only be open to the public during public exhibitions. Please see the events page for details of any upcoming exhibitions and events.
Hollygirt School - Carrington Street Project - Second Session
Hollygirt School - Carrington Street Project - First Session
A group of super-able children has been selected to be part of a niche team comprised of Hollygirt’s most able students to work with Nottingham City Council and the Urban Room Partnership on the Carrington Street Townscape Heritage programme .
Worldwide population growth and mass migrations are putting the infrastructure of many cities under strain.
Modern life is proving more complex, tiresome and heavy-going than we imagined. We live under constant pressure.
An increasingly ageing population has brought the issue of dementia into sharp focus. People with dementia, when out of the comfort of their own home, can sometimes struggle to navigate their way around.
The Carrington Street area is full interesting features from the industrial past. Photographer James Gardiner captured some of these features in a recent photograph documentary of the area.
For our forthcoming exhibition, ‘Past, Present, People, Place’ we commissioned Nottingham’s rising star of the photography scene David Severn to generate some portraits of local people.