Bermondsey Square – Public Square, London

20 Jan

Designed by East Architectural, Landscape & Urban Design, Bermondsey Square is a flexible public open space which accommodates an antique market one a week. The space is enclosed by a Georgian terrace and a newly built mixed used developments. The surface finish is constructed of dark clay brick with lighter banding and forms a single ground plane from building edge to building edge. Onto this surface objects are placed, these are in the form of sculptural bollards and elongated wooden benches. The objects within this space control the movement of vehicular traffic.

Bermondsey Square - Dark Clay Pavers with Banding, Benches and Boule Area

Bermondsey Square – Dark Clay Pavers with Banding, Benches and Boule Area

Bermondsey Square - Bollards and Lighting

Bermondsey Square – Bollards and Lighting

Bermondsey Square- Benches and Bollards

Bermondsey Square- Benches and Bollards

Bermondsey Square - Bench

Bermondsey Square – Bench

Bermondsey Square - Bollards

Bermondsey Square – Bollards

Bermondsey Square - Lighting

Bermondsey Square – Lighting

 

Davis Landscape Architecture

 

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