We seek to reinvigorate London’s public spaces so that they engage and excite, creating popular, inclusive shared spaces. Proposals are informed by a thorough analysis of site, context and engagement with local communities, to create new destinations that attract both residents and visitors alike.
As our city evolves we ask questions of the existing built environment: could the electrification of personal transport encourage a new outdoor culture on previously polluted streets? How might we best resolve issues arising from vehicle-dominated urban planning to cater for the individual instead of the infrastructural? How can traditional high streets reverse declining footfall trends, and can our public spaces become cultural foci for the city?