A public consultation and exhibition of the six shortlisted proposals to improve the appearance and feel of Thessaly Road Railway Bridge. The bridge is a focus of local residents’ aspirations for an improved public realm, and an important gateway to the redevelopment taking place around Battersea Nine Elms. The competition, which was open to architects, designers, artists and students, attracted 108 entries – one of the largest responses to a LFA design competition to date – and the shortlist offers an exceptional and diverse showcase of architectural and design talent.
The six shortlisted teams that will be exhibiting their proposals are:
ArchitectureDoingPlace, West Port & Co, Mary Evans
De Rosee Sa
Farrer Huxley Associates
Jan Kattein Architects
Mesh, BIGG Design and Matthew McGuinness
The design competition has been conceived by the LFA and Wandsworth Council to improve the user experience for existing communities, pedestrians and cyclists on a key route between Battersea Park Road and Wandsworth Road.
Opening times: the exhibition will be open here on 5 June 12:00-19:00 (with opening reception 18:00-19:00), and on 6, 12, & 13 June. The consultation ends on 18 June but the exhibition will also be open here on 19 June (12:00-17:00).