Cesar Pelli & Associates and Alsop Architects have won a competition to design the North Quay development for the Canary Wharf Group. The proposed scheme in London Docklands provides more than 220,000 m2 of office and retail space in two towers and one mid-rise central building. The towers at either end of the site will be clad in clear-vision glass and stainless steel, and will be linked to the central building above ground by bridging floors. The scheme is part of a series of planning applications including Richard Rogers Partnership's development of Riverside South, to be submitted to Tower Hamlets council in the next few days.