Results of the nine-site programme undertaken by the Architecture Foundation with Hammersmith and Fulham council are on show in the King's Mall shopping centre in King Street (until 26 May), in an exhibition design by Alex de Rijke. Each site architect attended a day-long public meeting/event in which priorities were sought and discussed before designs were put to paper.
The projects (not all shown here) range from formal public spaces like Rick Mather's Lyric Square (local school-children contributed to the process) to Dominic Cullinan's remodelling of Wormwood Scrubs and Hudson Featherstone's Eel Brook Common.
An open day takes place on 27 May when the design teams will be available for discussion. A symposium discussion on the general urban issues raised takes place on the evening of 28 May (details 0171 839 9389). The exhibition, sponsored by Chelsfield, will go on show in Tower Hamlets this autumn and Newham and Hackney next year.