Based adjacent to the Regents Canal, in London, the office is ambitious for good quality urban space. As this green corridor evolves… delapidations now beg intervention and improvement.

But what’s next? There are many examples -throughout the world, of canals well-used and successfully evolved into true urban assets offering multiple benefits for their cities. Such “as found”, unscripted spaces, comfortably support diverse, multifunctional, urban activity as a virtue of their scale.

Rubbish collection and re-use, local deliveries, space for cycles & boats, growing, trade, species habitats natural drainage & summer festivals, all these uses as well as the universal appeal of slow space should be accommodated comfortably, elegantly and beautifully!

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