Yokohama International Port Terminal, Yokohama, Japan

The Yokohama International Port Terminal disrupts the sense of monumentality that typifies passenger port terminals and contributes to their isolation from daily life. In order to combat this, the terminal has been designed to merge with the landscape of the city’s harbor and serve as a public spa...

Whitechapel Market Arboretum, London

Whitechapel market, located between Vallance Road on the west and Cambridge Heath Road on the east, is a vibrant and diverse local urban destination that attracts both regular visitors as well as people from all over London. The market on the north side of Whitechapel Road and opposite the Royal Lon...

South-East Coastal Park, Barcelona

The South-East Coastal Park and Auditoriums was part of the infrastructure built by the City of Barcelona as Host City for the International Forum of Cultures in 2004 and was required to provide two open-air auditoriums and abundant vegetation in a coastal location exposed to salty breeze. The site ...

Public Spaces Along the Thames – Swimming Pool, London

The Wapping pier head is comprised of two elements of special interest: mature green landscape and proximity to water. Presently these are connected by a small slope that fails to bring people in contact with the Thames. The site is therefore a great opportunity to create a modest but dynamic public...

Public Spaces Along the Thames – Waterpark, London

London is already home to nearly eight and a half million people, and as number of people living and working in the city grows, its leisure spaces become even more crucial to alleviate the intensity of urban life. Current leisure spaces are already in high demand, and in light of the city's continuo...

Public Spaces Along the Thames – Cycle Bridge, London

This proposal for a new pedestrian and cycle bridge across the Thames was developed to create much-needed connections between Limehouse and Rotherhithe, linking existing walking and cycle routes between Barclay's Cycle Highway and Regent's Canal, Limehouse Cut and the Thames Path and the Thames...

Public Spaces Along the Thames – Cycle Highway, London

In the past decade, 155% more Londoners have started cycling to work. TfL anticipates that this figure, which is in part due to the four new Barclays Cycle Superhighways, will rise by a further 35% by 2015 in response to the introduction of another nine Superhighways. These Cycle Superhighways provi...

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...