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Portsoken Pavilion / Make Architects

Portsoken Pavilion is the centrepiece structure in a new landscaped public square commissioned by the City of London Corporation that has replaced a former gyratory and subways. The small building is a part of a larger civic aim to provide space for events and leisure, improve wellbeing and provide natural surveillance.

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Architects: Make Architects

Location: Aldgate, London EC3A 3DH, United Kingdom

Area: 325.0 m2

Project Year: 2018

Photographs: Martina Ferrera

Structural Engineer: Fluid Structures

Services: Aecom

Client: City of London Corporation

© Martina Ferrera ? in house at Make Architects
Text description provided by the architects. Portsoken Pavilion is the centrepiece structure in a new landscaped public square commissioned by the City of London Corporation that has replaced a former gyratory and subways. The small building is a part of a larger civic aim to provide space for events and leisure, improve wellbeing and provide natural surveillance.

Ground floor plan

The new ?Aldgate Square? is one of the largest new public spaces in London?s Square Mile and improves the connection for the two distinctive listed heritage buildings that sit either side of the square: the St Botolph without Aldgate church and Sir John Cass?s Foundation Primary School.

© Martina Ferrera ? in house at Make Archite...
Source: Archdaily
URL: http://www.archdaily.com/

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