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Won in a competition staged by Wandsworth Council and The Balham Partnership, and supported by the Mayor of London, the scheme comprises four projects:
• Enhancing the railway bridge environment to increase footfall and unlock the potential of the adjacent areas
• Public realm improvements to Hildreth Street to make it a vibrant market and café strip
• Public realm improvements to Balham Community Space
• A creative solution to the ‘Ugly Wall’ - a prominent but unattractive gable wall
Collectively, the project helps link together Balham’s public spaces, promote Balham’s identity and encourage visitors...
The Wind Tower is a new sound landmark: a device that on one level focuses and concentrates people’s senses and on the other hand amplifies the climatic (windy) nature of the site. The intervention forces people to the edge – to make a commitment.
Regeneration of an underused high profile site in Shoreditch, Hackney, creating a new mixed use development of 70 apartments and 1200m2 of ground floor commercial/retail space in two new buildings with a landscaped courtyard between.
Following our Stage 2 short-listing, and in response to London Festival of Architecture's call for improvements to the Thessaly Railway Bridge underpass in Wandsworth, we proposed the tallest periscope in London at the Ascalon St. entrance of the underpass, balanced by a Camera Obscura/Kaleidoscope at the St. George’s School entrance. These powerful markers were to be combined with tiled friezes by fine artist, Mary Evans, within the underpass and complimented by enhanced lighting, elegant decorative tile accents and a sequence of directional floor markers between Ascalon St. and Corunna St.
The Science Gallery at King’s College is an extraordinary project that combines the innovative programme of the Science Gallery International with the research strengths and history of King’s College London.