Stratford Kiosks: Exhibition

18 September - 3 October

As part of an international design competition organised by The Architecture Foundation, a selection of entries to design a permanent yet flexible, free standing group of kiosks in Meridian Square were displayed at Stratford Old Town Hall as part of the London Design Festival. 

Situated at the front of Stratford Regional Station and hosting a variety of uses, the kiosks will serve as key venues for information, orientation and services within the rapidly changing town centre.

Since 2009,the London Borough of Newham (LBN) has worked with Design for London at the London Development Agency (LDA) to deliver an ambitious programme of public realm works throughout the centre of Stratford with the aim of improving the quality of the town centre for those that live, work, and shop in the area, whilst also preparing to welcome the millions of visitors who will come to the area during 2012. This exhibition offered an opportunity to view the response of design talent to this dynamic area of London.

Entries by the following practices were exhibited at Stratford Old Town Hall :

42 Architects - shortlisted
AU Studio
Bell Phillips Architects - shortlisted
Don Orike Architects & HD3 Architecture
EW Taller De Arquitectura
Feix&Merlin Architects
Ginseng Chicken Architecture P.C. - shortlisted
Ja Architecture Studio & Aleph-Bau
Moxon Architects - shortlisted
NorthSeven Architects
studio octopi - shortlisted
Tsuruta Architects

Image courtesy Ginseng Chicken



Supported by Design for London and London Borough of Newham.