erect to design community spaces at Grove Farm
The Olympic Park Legacy Company (OPLC) issued its press release yesterday evening: erect architecture have won the Olympic Park North Hub competition!! !

The brief was to design a community hub and destination playground as part of the naturalistic northern Olympic Park.
You can see the competition boards here, our entry code is N2.

Judge Tim Gill, of rethinking childhood, play advocate and advisor, said “Their highly naturalistic landscape design, and understated, flexible building plan, are ambitious yet subtle, and should fit well in the wider park. The outdoor space has great potential to offer immersive, challenging, engaging play experiences.”
Thanks go to our great team: Jennette Emery-Wallis and Claire Greener from Land Use Consultants (landscape architects), Ian Jupp from HuntleyCartwright (quantity surveyors), Toby Maclean from Tall Engineers (structural engineering), Neil Daffin from Max Fordham (services engineering) and artist enabler Ashley McCormick.

The scheme will be delivered by Spring 2013 … we can’t wait to get started!
erect to design community spaces at Grove Farm
erect architecture has just won a mini competition to design the community spaces in the new Grove Farm Development in Redbridge. We are excited! It will allow us to develop our ideas on inhabitation and informal play in a public realm setting, which is not play specific, and for an all ages usergroup.