New London Architecture

Moving around London

Friday 13 November 2020

David Taylor

Editor, NLQ and New London Weekly

The moving category is concerned with transport projects and the whole experience of travelling around London, but also takes on board infrastructure projects which transport water, waste and other elements. Schemes included new urban typologies which might increase in number into the future as we see more local energy systems, new railway stations and accompanying public realm as ‘seeding projects’ for as-yet-undeveloped new quarters of London and a new pier and riverboat terminal proposal that works as a placemaking focus for the community and to make the most of the river. 

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Transport projects and related architecture that improve the experience of travelling around the city and infrastructure projects which through the transport of water, waste or energy, help London work more efficiently and sustainably.
Barking Riverside Station, Barking by Weston Williamson + Partners
Bunhill 2 Energy Centre, Islington by Cullinan Studio, McGurk Chartered Architects (Delivery Architect)
Meridian Water Station, Enfield by Karakusevic Carson Architects, Atkins, Scott Brownrigg
Royal Wharf Pier, Newham by Nex—

David Taylor

Editor, NLQ and New London Weekly

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