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Forgotten Spaces 2011: Proposals I – K

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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

(IN)Spires by Alex Scott-Whitby

(IN)Spires by Alex Scott-Whitby

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.

Il Tempietto Di Interrete by Landscape Projects

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Il Tempietto Di Interrete by 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)

In horto ludunt by KTICIC Architects (Gabriel Kakanos)

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In horto ludunt by KTICIC Architects (Gabriel Kakanos)

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.

Inhabited Wall by Roberta Castellazzi and Rosemary Hervey

Inhabited Wall by Roberta Castellazzi, Rosemary Hervey and Dalina Gashi

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 by Previn Naidoo

Institute of Mind Disorder by Previn Naidoo

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.

Janus Interface by Alex Hirst and Braden Engel

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Janus Interface by Alex Hirst and Braden Engel

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.

Jetty Park by Ariel Greis and Richard Shore

Jetty Park by Ariel Greis and Richard Shore

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.

Jumpers for Goalposts by GRID Architects

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Jumpers for Goalposts by 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.

Kennington Gate by CarverHaggard Architects

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Kennington Gate by 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.

Kennington Park Skateboard Bowl by Banaszek Tran Architects

Kennington Park Skateboard Bowl by Banaszek Tran Architects

Transformation of Kennington Park skateboard bowl into a lido.

Kinematic Connexion by Ujjal Roy, Prashant Solanky and Darshana Gothi Chauhan

Kinematic Connexion by Ujjal Roy, Prashant Solanky and Darshana Gothi Chauhan

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.

KXRenaissance by Compose Architecture Ltd (Charles Bettes / Jeremy Wiggins)

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KXRenaissance by Compose Architecture Ltd (Charles Bettes / Jeremy Wiggins)

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.

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