The Council should never have allowed development on the site. Ironically the seeming desire to fit in – solid stone-coloured walls rather than say glazing – makes the situation worse by hiding the building(s) behind and by making more of an impact in all views.
London’s Duggan Morris Architects has won the international contest to design a £250,000 canalside pavilion to the north of Liverpool. The practice’s design of a canoeist’s profile in full motion which opens out with jetties opening out onto the Leeds and Liverpool Canal in South Sefton won.
Kings Waterfront is a vital component in Liverpool’s regeneration, and will see the transformation of an unattractive brownfield site into a vibrant urban quarter. The first phase of this development is the £146 million Liverpool Arena and Convention Centre.
Matchworks Liverpool, Matchbox, Liverpool offices and workshops development – design by shedkm architects – Urban Splash Matchbox building development: former match factory on Speke Road, Garston, Merseyside.