Forgotten Spaces 2011: Proposals I – K
Proposals for Forgotten Spaces 2011: (IN)Spires; Il Tempietto Di Interrete; In horto ludunt; Inhabited Wall; Institute of Mind Disorder; Janus Interface; Jetty Park;Jumpers for Goalposts; Kennington Gate; Kennington Park Skatboard Bowl; Kinematic Connexion; KXRenaissance
A live project creating a series of low rent creative studios for a new generation of St Jerome’s nesting within the belfry’s of the City of London’s Church Spires.
Source: Landscape Projects
“Welcome to Il Tempietto de Interrete, the mausoleum of internet Matryrs. Our temple site is in noat lane. (A Google map trap street)
Source: KTICIC Architects
Now overgrown, this forgotten space is to form a new gatehouse, re-instating access to the local country park. The construction is over two storeys with Earthbag walling , timber frame and decking.
The project aims to create potential for interaction and social integration between the diverse groups of local inhabitants in this part of London society; the more socially dominant and the more repressed.
Institute of Mind Disorder, a ‘feel good’ rehabilitation and counselling center. Providing individuals with counselling and group therapies for a wide range of ‘mind disorders’; from stress relief to rehabilitating people with mental illnesses.
Source: Alex Hirst
A temporary interface that blurs the boundaries between the viewier and the viewed. The Janus interface is a conceptual work that questionsit’s architectural surrounding’s and city planning.
A new pubic jetty and park in the former lock to Millwall Outer Dock and a place to witness the performance of the Thames with each tide.
Source: GRID Architects
‘Doorstep’ sports facilities implemented using quick, low capital cost and low infrastructure methods encourage sports participation, local ownership of space, and foster community cohesion.
Source: CarverHaggard Architects
The abandoned traffic island opposite Oval Underground is reconfigured to create Kennington Gate, a new public space and gateway at the South East corner of Kennington Park.
Transformation of Kennington Park skateboard bowl into a lido.
Located in Plaistow, with a diverse and changing community, the proposal unfolds to an inclusive space with varying day and night functions of a flexible market and outdoor media space.
Source: Compose Architecture Ltd
A roof top external space forms the setting for the Renaissance Centre’s outdoor film showings and theatre productions chosen and performed by the youths the building is designed for.