The modern history of Fish Island and Hackney Wick in east London is one of continuous industrial innovation and change. This has profoundly shaped to the spatial organisation of the area and the buildings that are found there. This talk by Graham Haworth, Haworth Tompkins, Luke Tozer, Pitman Tozer Architects and David Lyndon, Lyndon Goode Architects explores their collaborative approach to urban regeneration at Fish Island Village, one which places importance on learning from and adapting the existing architectural context.

This event will take place at Temple Bar London

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