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My Name is Adam and i come from Rush Green, Romford.
i am an inspired architect student hoping to be a fully pledged Architect in the not so distant future.
apart from architecture as my main passion, my other passion is football. i support west ham united and i hope that one day i can merge my two passions together to be a head football architect consultant.
.... also i'm ginger... & proud of it!

Thursday, 11 October 2012

Canary Wharf - Heron Quays Survey Drawing

Notational plan drawing of the interaction routes from Canary Wharf (DLR) Station & Heron Quays (DLR) Station to Canary Wharf (Underground) Station.

This drawing shows the routes from the stations and highlights an event that happens per route, the interaction influences an emotional impact that relates to the current state of the environment.

along with the pathways, a radius drawing is included to represent the area that surrounds the human body and interaction with other pedestrians. with this impacts, it creates a sculpt around the persons air space/personal space.

Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Start of a new era

Welcome to St. George's Park

30 years of London City


On Sunday 27 June 1982 Captain Harry Gee landed a Brymon Airways DHC Dash 7 at Heron Quays in the heart of London’s dilapidated docklands. It made the main TV news that evening and national newspapers the following morning. The fact that a 50-seat transport aircraft could land in what is now the heart of the Canary Wharf complex startled everyone.

That day was made possible by the vision of the late Reg Ward, Chief Executive of the London Docklands Development Corporation (LDDC), construction company Mowlem’s quest for transport links, and in practical terms cancelling a Brymon Heathrow – Plymouth service.

The flight proved the concept for London City Airport. Ward had other ideas for Heron Quays, but he also had another disused wharf up his sleeve in Royal Docks, one that would need a little work on before turning into an airport.

Ward’s dream has been realised 30 years on (Wednesday 30 June) to the tune of three million passengers annually, and even flights to New York. From the first experimental flight to its actual opening took just over five years. It could be argued that Docklands would not be where it is today without London City Airport. www.londoncityairport.com

Source: http://www.btnews.co.uk/article/5029

Canary Wharf - Heron Quays: Panoramas


Canary Wharf - Heron Quays: Night Survey Photos