DK-CM and The Decorators were commissioned to produce Erith Meanwhile, a strategy exploring impactful meanwhile use projects for Erith town centre. The project involved extensive 1:1 conversations with a diverse range of stakeholders across the town and built up a series of proposals for ensuring that the culture and character of Erith is consolidated and celebrated over the coming years of change.
The project updated and tested innovative engagement methods that DK-CM first explored back in 2007, in our project Porto Conversations, and directly led to the commissioning of Erith Lighthouse.
- Client: London Borough of Bexley
- Dates: 2016
- Collaborators: The Decorators
- Status: Completed
A vision for the Grand Union Canal at Old Oak and Park Royal, capturing its existing qualities and setting out strategies for its improvement and preservation.
A supportive infrastructure for London’s delivery rider community which creates public realm benefits for all on the Inner Ring.
Place-specific design guidance developed in collaboration with village residents and using an innovative ‘fanzine’ approach.
Delivering strategic improvements to public spaces and buildings throughout Southall.
Action plan exploring how the industrial areas of Barking & Dagenham can be used to enrich the borough’s creative enterprises.
A masterplan for the expansion and consolidation of Harrow Arts Centre.
An ambitious Place Plan for a fascinating and challenging ‘plotland’ community on the Essex coast.
A crowdsourced video campaign getting to the heart of Outer London – #OLidentity
A collaboration with Thurrock Council and Emily Greeves Architects to develop new residential design guidance forming part of the council’s Local Plan.
Artists’ Arcadia is a strategy that places creative practice at the heart of the Thames Gateway’s plotland communities.
A proposal for an open, democratic, digital platform to support local businesses with online retail
A public realm strategy for Pudding Mill, one of the new neighbourhoods proposed around the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
A speculative proposal for the public realm of Mayfair in collaboration with Pablo Bronstein.