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Studio Egret West unveils Stratford 'Shoal'

Studio Egret West has designed this £3 million ‘swaying’ sculpture close to the Olympic Park in Stratford town centre

The 450m-long public realm intervention features polished titanium ‘leaves’ on metal posts and is intended to ‘set the tone’ for visitors arriving at Stratford for the Olympic Games in 2012.

The leaves will be finished in a variety of colours and will sway in the wind.

The scheme is one of six public realm redevelopments around the Olympic fringe funded by the London Development Agency (LDA).

The LDA is pumping £12.4 million into schemes at: Stratford Town Centre; Hackney Marshes and Mabley Green; Leyton Links; Hackney Wick and Fish Island; Three Mills Olympic Link; and Stratford High Street.

Work is already underway on landscape architects Camlin Lonsdale competition-wining scheme for Hackney Marshes and Mabley Green.

The LDA design framework panel is currently being consulted on schemes at Leyton Links; Hackney Wick and Fish Island; Three Mills Olympic Link.


LDA design framework panel members

Adams and Sutherland

Aedas Access Consultancy

General Public Agency

Tim Ronalds Architects

Mecanoo Architecten BV

PRP Architect

Vectra Group Ltd

Meadowcroft Griffin Architects

5thStudio ltd

Witherford Watson Mann Architects

East Architecture, Landscape, Urban Design

Stephen Taylor Architects

Maxwan Architects and Urbanists B.V

Peter Beard_LANDROOM Architecture, Landscape, Urban Design

Mccreanor Lavington Limited

de Rijke Marsh Morgan Ltd Architects

J and L Gibbons

muf Architecture / Art

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