Tag : Regent’s Park
The 480m² addition brings the theatre’s operations on to one site for the first time in its 86-year history
Reed Watts has squeezed much-needed rehearsal and catering facilities into the last remaining patch of buildable space at the Open Air Theatre in London’s Regent’s Park, writes Jon Astbury. Photography by Simon Kennedy
09.08.18: Public realmSubscription
The latest AJ focuses on landscape and public realm with studies of John Puttick Associates’ Preston Bus Station refurb, new buildings for Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre by Reed Watts and the mighty reworking of London Bridge station by Grimshaw to a masterplan by tp bennett. In News, Will Hurst asks whether the Garden Bridge trustees could be personally liable for the losses accrued by the scrapped ...