Forgotten Spaces 2011: Proposals T – U
Proposals for Forgotten Spaces 2011: T-Rail Station; Tate Institute: Art Residencies for Everyone; TFL: The Forgotten Lives; Thames Tube; Tidal Walkway; Tidbury New Park; Tideway Run; Top-Up; Twelve Trees; The Urban Climbing Tunnel; Unknown Croydon
T-Rail Station provides direct access from underground to public footpath. The footpath will re link with the existing Haringey trails by reopening and adapting the existing tunnels. The station will facilitate as a destination node for nature spotting, walkers and cyclists.
Work in an open studio, attend a masterclass, start a research project. The Tate Institute provides the time, space and resources for anyone to make art, at whatever level.
The Deep Level Shelter in Camden Town is a new facility for the homeless intending not only to provide shelter, but also a place of work, study, recuperation and reflection.
Source: 2bw Studio
Thames Tubes will become the official home of the “Mudlark” Community. An exciting place to exhibit found artefacts with a direct visual and physical link to the river itself.
The standing platforms along the creek wall are lowered when the tide is low; creating the walkway towards the river, providing a public space and swimming pools using the filtered water.
Source: Soloarte Architecture
A new green park on the site of abandoned buildings of Tidbury Court with a landmark viewing platform for observing and recording panaramas to the west, north and south.
Tideway fitness plaza: a place for everyone wishing to follow an active lifestyle individually or socially as part of their daily routine or during competitive events.
A social gathering space in Bethnal Green in the form of a climbing wall, that sticks out in its surroundings and offer a new attraction without increasing the built footprint.
A space filled at once with nothing and everything: a night sky lit up by the glow of memories. This one small lofty hutch guards more than the entire city holds.
A new urban climbing tunnel giving city school children and urban thrill seekers the opportunity to experience rock climbing, abseiling and potholing in the heart of the city.
Unknown Croydon: A proposal for reminding Croydon of its past by transforming the forgotten space known as the Old Town into a destination for sightseeing, shopping and leisure.