Three projects are located inside a single site in East London which has been analyzed in this chapter. In the nineteenth century, the building was originally built as stables for horse-drawn taxis. The enclosed create a triple-height atrium space around which the original buildings are arranged at basement level, first floor and second-floor level. The building, aside from the roof covering, still maintain original features including exposed brickwork walls, cast-iron columns, timberwork, and brick floors. The area has always been a centre for commercial and industrial activity: from London’s poorest neighborhood to a gentrified area with commercial developments.

SERVICESArchitecture, Urban ResearchYEAR2018