The approach in Hackney Wick and Fish Island is different from a masterplan, and instead marks a return to principled city building. Owners and occupiers work closely with authorities to successfully steer change in a place which is not in single ownership. This experience highlights the importance of knowing and understanding the particular qualities that contribute to character of a place and the features valued by those that live and work there. This provides the basis for successful placemaking.
Adams & Sutherland, AHMM, Ash Sakula Architects, b3 architects, Barker Shorten Architects, Buckley Gray Yeoman, BUJ Architects, Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher, CMA Planning, Douglas and King, dRMM, GML Architects, HawkinsBrown, Haworth Tompkins, HWO, Kruszelnicki Leetch, Landolt + Brown, London Legacy Development Corporation, LYN Atelier, Lyndon Goode, Mikhail Riches, Orsini Brewin, pH+, Pitman Tozer, Pollard Thomas Edwards, Sheppard Robson, Stockwool, Studio Egret West