Studio Egret West is currently working with Wandsworth Council to transform the Alton Estate in Roehampton. Continue reading “Alton” »
The Shoal is a public realm intervention, which aims to improve the urban continuity and legibility of the existing 1970’s Stratford Centre. In the 70’s, the Stratford Centre was created with a positive frontage to the existing high street to it’s south. With the introduction of the Stratford bus interchange, and later, the refurbishment of Stratford Station to the north, the ‘back’ of the centre, with its delivery bays and car parking ramps, became much more visibly public. Recently, the Olympic Park and the Westfield Centre entrances have been established to the north meaning that the ‘back’ has very much become the front: the entrance to Stratford.
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A design competition in collaboration with Tsolakis Architects in Cyprus to transform the site of the GSP stadium in Nicosia into a central park and public square adjacent to the new State Theatre.
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Studio Egret West have designed a masterplan for the transformation of Khodynka Field (Khodynskoe Pole Airfield), Moscow’s oldest airport which closed in the 1990′s. Now a large and under utilised open space, OAO “Aviapark” (a subsidiary of the City of Moscow) have appointed Studio Egret West to prepare a mixed used framework for its future.
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Studio Egret West have unveiled an ambitious and innovative scheme to revitalise Tolworth Broadway.
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The concept of a “Bromley North Village” quarter was developed within the Bromley Town Centre Area Action Plan. London Borough of Bromley together with Design for London appointed Studio Egret West to provide design proposals to inform the future public realm strategy for Bromley North Village. Studio Egret West is delighted to have gained public and councillor support for the scheme and look forward to implementation in 2013.
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Exhibition Square sits at the heart of the Earls Court Village acting as the gateway to Earls Court High Street and the wider new Earls Court district. It acts as a platform for a plethora of currated and informal activities, as well as providing the setting for the new Hotel.
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Upper Street Stitch is one of eight public spaces highlighted for enhancement in the A1 Corridor to Community Strategy. It is an opportunity to demonstrate combined thinking and collaborative works between Transport for London and the London Borough of Islington, the delivery of two shared agendas on the Council own doorstep.
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Miniatora is the name given to two identical inflatable structures designed by SEW, which combine to form the stage for an outdoor dance performance by CandoCo Dance Company (led by Claire Russ). Miniatora has been commissioned by Greenwich and Docklands International Festival and the Mayor of London with assistance from Platform for Art and support from Arts Council England for performances at three outdoor performance festivals in 2006.
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