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London case studies

  • Abbotts WharfAbbotts Wharf, Tower Hamlets, London

    The Limehouse Cut Canal and well-designed public spaces help to create an inclusive community at the Abbotts Wharf housing development. Designed by Jestico + Whiles.

  • Canary Wharf Underground StationCanary Wharf Underground Station, London

    Built entirely underground, Canary Wharf Underground Station uses a simple layout and dramatic design features to create a highly usable and durable space. Designed by Foster & Partners.

  • Southwark Underground StationSouthwark Underground Station, London

    Southwark Underground station uses rich materials and lighting to create engaging and inviting spaces that are easy for people to navigate. Designed by MacCormac Jamieson Pritchard.

  • Fairfield Grove Health centreFairfield Grove Health centre, Greenwich

    The clear and functional layout of Fairfield Grove Health Centre promotes team working across general practice, community services and other primary care practitioners. Designed by Peerless and Noble Architects.

  • Angell TownAngell Town (2006), Brixton, London

    Members of the community worked closely with architects to produce innovative designs for the regenerated Angell Town housing estate in Brixton. Masterplan by John Thompson and Partners.

  • Duke of York SquareDuke of York Square, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

    The retail court and public space within Chelsea's Duke of York Square offers an inviting retreat from the King's Road. Designed by Paul Davis & Partners and Elizabeth Banks Associates.

  • Brewery SquareBrewery Square, London

    At the Brewery Square housing development, the use of low-key, robust materials such as glass, copper and wood reflects Clerkenwell's industrial heritage. Designed by Hamilton Associates.

  • Pulross intermediate healthcare centrePulross intermediate healthcare centre, London

    The curved glazed and timber façade of Brixton's Pulross Intermediate Healthcare Centre creates a welcoming feel for patients, staff and visitors. Designed by Penoyre & Prasad.

  • Empire SquareEmpire Square, Borough, London

    Based around a 22-storey landmark tower, Empire Square brings together housing, commercial properties and attractive public gardens that feature a dramatically sculpted pavilion. Designed by Rolfe Judd Architects.

  • Kensington High StreetKensington High Street, London

    Removing excess clutter and simplifying pedestrian crossings has created a simple and elegant streetscape for Kensington High Street. Designed by Project Centre.