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East Croydon involved the total redevelopment of an existing station on a tight urban site. The design was in part conceived to minimize disruption to services used by 22 million passengers, leading to a 55m clear span across 6 operational railway tracks. Flexibility is inherent in the design, which had to anticipate future internal reorganization to meet the changing needs of the client and the travelling public.

East Croydon involved the total redevelopment of an existing station on a tight urban site. The design was in part conceived to minimize disruption to services used by 22 million passengers, leading to a 55m clear span across 6 operational railway tracks. Flexibility is inherent in the design, which had to anticipate future internal reorganization to meet the changing needs of the client and the travelling public.

East Croydon involved the total redevelopment of an existing station on a tight urban site. The design was in part conceived to minimize disruption to services used by 22 million passengers, leading to a 55m clear span across 6 operational railway tracks. Flexibility is inherent in the design, which had to anticipate future internal reorganization to meet the changing needs of the client and the travelling public.

East Croydon involved the total redevelopment of an existing station on a tight urban site. The design was in part conceived to minimize disruption to services used by 22 million passengers, leading to a 55m clear span across 6 operational railway tracks. Flexibility is inherent in the design, which had to anticipate future internal reorganization to meet the changing needs of the client and the travelling public.

Pair of boomerangs … the design for an ingenious ‘bascule’ bridge at Rotherhithe, whose two sides simply pivot to open up in the middle. Image: Reform Architects / Elliott Wood

Pair of boomerangs … the design for an ingenious ‘bascule’ bridge at Rotherhithe, whose two sides simply pivot to open up in the middle. Image: Reform Architects / Elliott Wood

Brothers Dressler together with the Lulelemon Design Team and Quadrangle Architects have designed and created the facade and various elements of the Lululemon Yorkdale retail store in Toronto, Canada. #vm #retail  (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post93797431&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

Brothers Dressler together with the Lulelemon Design Team and Quadrangle Architects have designed and created the facade and various elements of the Lululemon Yorkdale retail store in Toronto, Canada. #vm #retail (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post93797431&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

The Lowe Flat - Situated on the top floor of a London warehouse this scheme provided maximum flexibility within an open plan arrangement, by the innovative use of track free movable storage. Drawings are part of the V&A’s Permanent Collection.

The Lowe Flat - Situated on the top floor of a London warehouse this scheme provided maximum flexibility within an open plan arrangement, by the innovative use of track free movable storage. Drawings are part of the V&A’s Permanent Collection.

There are two suspended foot bridges, allowing for visitors to cross from the north and south directions to the plaza at the base of the Keeper.

There are two suspended foot bridges, allowing for visitors to cross from the north and south directions to the plaza at the base of the Keeper.

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