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Marble Arch

The practice was commissioned to prepare a masterplan for the redevelopment of Marble Arch, one of the principal gateways into the West End of London. This landmark has a long history as a gathering place for people, but its iconic character has been significantly compromised over time. We examined the balance between pedestrian use of the Marble Arch 'island' and the surfacelevel traffic around it. The masterplan proposed significant improvements to the pedestrian environment, by making movement easier and safer and, importantly, by re-connecting the Arch and Speaker's Corner to the adjacent public realm.

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  • Sector

    Masterplan, Landscape + Public Realm, Infrastructure

  • Location

    London, UK

  • Description

    -

  • Client

    Transport for London

  • Size

    3.5 ha

  • Cost

    -

  • Team

    John McAslan + Partners, Masterplanner, Architect and Landscape Architect
    Gehl Architects, Public Realm Consultants
    Hyder, Structural and Civil Engineer
    Colin Buchanan & Partners, Traffic Engineer
    Capita Symonds, Cost Consultant

  • Status

    2005

Wood Wharf Masterplan London, UK 2012 Onwards
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