Architect puts forward five designs to regenerate an inner London public space

Architect RMJM has unveiled designs to transform an inner London site as part of the Green Works exhibition at New London Architecture.

The practice has put forward five proposals to develop a neglected space Shoreditch, inspired by the theme of this year’s Architecture Week ‘How green is my space?’.

Green Works showcases five designs and a short film detailing how RMJM’s London office propose to regenerate the public space at the junction between Paul Street and Leonard Street in Shoreditch.

Lucy Atlee, Head of sustainability at RMJM’s London office, said:

“Our exhibition offers a more tangible alternative to carbon offsetting schemes, and an opportunity for RMJM to think globally but act locally. We believe that our ideas could be applied to neglected spaces across London as an inspired initiative for others to follow.”

The five designs exhibited in the Green Works exhibition have been shortlisted by a judging panel made up of Hackney Borough Council Urban Planning and Regeneration department, RMJM London and LAND Landscape.

Green Works exhibition

New London Architecture, The Building Centre,
26 Store Street London, WC1E 7BT