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Playgrounds, places of worship and a village hall – a new London needs places to connect.

From the tiny villages to large cities, there’s always a communal hub in any community where people get together to eat, rest and get active. London is no different, and the Peninsula has its own. Aperture is the Peninsulas version of the village hall bolstered by state-of-the-art design and facilities.

Literally meaning ‘a space for light to pass through’, Aperture is bright, open and welcoming. It’s made up of shared spaces for the community – young and old – including a gym, prayer space, and nursery.

The latest addition to Aperture is EatFan – a new east Asian lunchbox delivery service set up by Chinese expatriates Cindy Liu and Fan Jiu – and there’s more to come. Explore Aperture below.

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