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Cremorne Riverside Centre by Sarah Wigglesworth Architects

Cremorne Gardens, World's End, north bank of the River Thames, London SW10

Cremorne Riverside Centre provides new accommodation for a canoeing facility in one of the most deprived wards in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. The brief was to provide a facility that would accommodate classes of up to 30 children and young people, including those who are disabled. costing £580,000, the project was funded by the Big Lottery Fund with match funding from the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea.

The centre consists of two buildings clad in Cor-ten steelunited by a grille-work platform that leads to the river. The buildings are designed to be demountable in case of flooding.

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