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'a triumphant resuscitation of forgotten space'

Lynch Architects has been commissioned to develop a triangular urban public site near a supermarket in Balham, south London.

The plans involve paving the area with light-grey concrete paving and constructing several triangulated, open canopies. These are black-painted steel structures, which are intended to have an association with standard London terrace railings and which act both as a background for public performances and a framework for climbing plants. The project is due to open in July 2005.

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