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2014
PECKHAM CO-DESIGN, SE15
MINI HOLLAND, E10, E11, E17
RETHINKING THE PUB, RIBA
RYE LANE ORCHARD, SE15
LAMLASH STREET, SE11
VIKING WAY, RM13
NISBET HOUSE, E9
TOWPATH GARDEN, N1
2013
RAINHAM STATION FORECOURT, RM13
OCTAVIA'S ORCHARD, SE1
STEPNEY CITY FARM, E1
CARPENTERS ESTATE, E15
THE MOORINGS, SE28
2012
THE ALBERT, NW6
CHARTERHOUSE ROAD CLUB, E8
VACANT LOT London wide programme
2011
HANOVER SCHOOL PLAYGROUND, N1
LIMEHOUSE CURVE, E14
CLOSING THE LONDON LOOP, DA8
ON/OFF, ME4
2009-2010
CROPLEY STREET, N1
VACANT LOT London wide programme
VACANT LOT@ Louis Vuitton, W12
GREENING ROMFORD RING ROAD, RM1
ROOF TERRACE,NW6
EXTENSION, TW9
2002-2008
FOOD FACTORIES
OUT-POST
VACANT LOT, N1
PLANT ROOM
VACANT LOT@ Louis Vuitton
SIT IN
MOBILE STAGE
THE TRAVELLING SHED
BERMONDSEY SQUARE
COW THE UDDER WAY
SHRINKING CITIES
CAR PARK/HATFIELD
LEGWORK
TOMATO HOUSE2
PRODUCE
FACING EAST
REFURBISHMENT
MODESTY SCREENED
 
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NEWS
RAINHAM STATION FORECOURT (practical completion)

The nearly completed Rainham Station forecourt creates a welcoming arrival for train passengers and a point of orientation to discover Rainham’s historic village and the rich landscapes of Rainham Marshes and Thames Chase. A new hub is formed for both cyclists and walking enthusiasts providing improved way-finding to local walking networks and cycling routes. More info

Peckham Rye CO-DESIGN

What if: projects are leading the the production of eight WEEKLY magazines as part of Peckham CoDesign. Produced with a team of local contributors these publications capture and present local intelligence and aspirations. WEEKLYs discuss a range of themes relevant to future developments and planning in the centre of Peckham. More Info

Mini Holland / Waltham Forest
We are developing strategies and site specific interventions that improve walking and cycle conditions and links between green spaces in an urban context. What if: projects have been commissioned by the London Borough of Waltham Forest to develop proposals as part of the ‘Mini Holland’ project that seek to transform challenging road infrastructure into lively, living support systems. More info
PLANNING with the Carpenters Neighourhood
What if: projects are working with the Carpenters Tenant Management Organisation, the Resident Steering Group and the local community on improvements for the estate and the Greater Carpenters Neighbourhood. More info

PECKHAM / RYE LANE ORCHARD

Rye Lane Orchard is inspired by the work of Victorian social reformer and founder of the National Trust, Octavia Hill (1838-1912) who, a century earlier campaigned for open spaces in London. The orchard highlights the continued lack of access to green space in urban areas and explores opportunities for temporary greening of underutilised public spaces. MORE INFO

Shortlisted for New London Awards 2014
Finalist Sustainable Housing Community Influence Award 2014

HANOVER SCHOOL / TOWPATH GARDEN
Pupils at Hanover School have adopted a neglected stretch of land along the Regent's Canal, turning it into a garden. The project, developed in collaboration with the Canal&River Trust and Hanover School attracted Pocket Park funding and was constructed by carpenters in residence at the Crafts College.

Shortlisted for Canal and River Trust best project 2014
Winner, Team London Awards 2014

What if: projects selected for GLA/TfL Architecture, Design and Urbanism Panel
In October 2013 What if: projects were selected for the Greater London Authority (GLA) and Transport for London (TfL) Architecture, Design and Urbanism panel in the category Community Engagement and Local Regeneration. The panel will be used for City Hall and Transport for London contracts and is available for use by all public sector organisations in the capital.
Building Design
GLA

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