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The proposal aims to build on existing but marginalised natural play opportunities, in particular the ‘den’ space,  and introduce a narrative play space that can reframe the existing ‘roadway’ in a positive manner.

The proposal aims to build on existing but marginalised natural play opportunities, in particular the ‘den’ space, and introduce a narrative play space that can reframe the existing ‘roadway’ in a positive manner.

This involves the adaptation of an existing disused bin storage structure that lies on the boundary of the site with Willington Road. An existing concrete base with brick walls (up to 1m in height) is extended by means of a steel structure clad in timber wooden slats to form a canopy over.

This involves the adaptation of an existing disused bin storage structure that lies on the boundary of the site with Willington Road. An existing concrete base with brick walls (up to 1m in height) is extended by means of a steel structure clad in timber wooden slats to form a canopy over.

The wall acts as a stage to the existing abandoned road, providing space to sit and perform. The space includes a wall mounted drinking fountain.

The wall acts as a stage to the existing abandoned road, providing space to sit and perform. The space includes a wall mounted drinking fountain.

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A Playable Landscape Lambeth 2008

Children in the City
Three projects in Lambeth Play Park incorporating a  a playground, a multi-use games area and a one o’clock club within a conservation area

Status 
Completed 2008

Location
Loughborough Adventure Playground in Loughborough Park

Client
Lambeth Council