National Stadium Japan, Tokyo

We have approached the design of the overall site around the concept of the “Stadium in the Park”, where the stadium is placed within a continuous green landscape that mediates between different levels of the site with its various slopes and berms and two landbridges that cross over the Tokyo Me...

London 2012 Olympic Park, London

The London 2012 Olympic Park in the Lea Valley is designed around the concept of the “Games in the Park”, with sports venues placed within a green landscape which is a continuation of the Lea Valley Park and crosses the Thames towards Greenwich. This strategy has huge post-Olympic regenerative p...

Trinity EC3, London

Trinity EC3 was part of a regeneration project comprising 120,000m² of office space and 2500m² of retail facilities in one of the most degraded parts of London’s financial district. The project aimed to improve the site by increasing density levels through a coordinated reorganisation of public ...

World Trade Centre 1 – Bundle Towers, New York

The Bundle Towers is a proposal for the replacement of the World Trade Centre 1 with a new high-rise typology. The evolution of the highrise has involved a process in which the increase in height of the skyscraper has each time resulted in the concentration of  more structure along the peripher...

World Trade Centre 2 – Ground Zero Memorial & Towers, New York

United Towers is a proposal for a new World Trade Centre in New York by Foreign Office Architects as part of United Architects. The design envisages the entire World Trade Centre site as a living memorial which is a monument to the tragedy of 9/11. Preserving the sunken footprints of the original Wo...

Meydan Retail Complex and Multiplex, Istanbul

The Meydan Retail Complex and Multiplex performs not just a as an efficient retail complex but as an urban centre in one of the fastest growing areas of Istanbul. Located in a suburban area on the Asian sector of Istanbul, the site borders an IKEA as well residential plots to be developed in the nea...