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Three Mills Bridge London
Lee Valley Park, East London, England, UK – design by Clash Associates
27 Sep 2007
Three Mills Bridge
Design: Clash Associates ltd Architects
Three Mills Bridge East London
Location: Three Mills Green, Lee Valley Park, East London
New transport infrastructure and landscape in an historic setting. The new bridge forms a new entry point into an industrial area and film studios at Three Mills, a historic corner of East London.
The bridge terminates in a new square designed to form an entrance to an open space – the beginning of Lee Valley Park.
The bridge, square and entrance to Three Mills Green are designed to be read together as one coordinated piece of design, architecture, engineering and landscape artwork.
The bridge is formed from welded steel plate girders with a mesh deck, and cantilevered footbridge. Three lines run along the girder with intersections marked by penetrations, stainless steel studs, and openings sheathed in gold leaf.
A new kite shaped square crosses the line of the bridge and road and leads onto the new steel park gates painted silver gold and bronze. The entrance comprises a 7m high crowd gate, anti-motorcycle gate, teenagers gate, infants gate and catflap.
Bridge at Lee Valley Park – Building Information
Client: Stratford Development Partnership/ Lea Valley Regional Park Authority
Project: Bridge and Landscape
Location: Three Mills Island, London E3, England, UK
Status: Completed 1996 Traditional tender JCT 80 Standard Form of Contract
Clash Associates Ltd based in Southwark London SE1.
Three Mills Bridge design : Clash Architects
Location: Lee Valley Park, Three Mills Green, Northeast London, England, UK
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