In September 2017, plans for London’s first purpose-built ‘Design District’ were unveiled. The idea was novel: Six studios—the London-based 6a Architects; Mole; Architecture 00; HNNA; Adam Khan Architects, and David Kohn Architects (DKA), as well as Spanish studios Barozzi Veiga and selgascano —had been asked to design two buildings each on a plot of land in Greenwich, east London, a stone’s throw from the O2 Arena (or the Millennium Dome, as it’s commonly known).
Renderings of the scheme have been floating around the world wide web for almost four years, however, it now looks like the project is nearing completion as the district readies itself for its first tenants moving in spring this year. These include Ravensbourne University, which is
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