The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park scheme forms one of the most ambitious regeneration programs in Europe with a unique position around a major centre for sport and culture.
This first phase of a 5 neighborhood plan creates a brand new metropolitan district within London. Eventually it will bring homes for 7000 households with extensive community and social spaces all all the relevant amenities required for a thriving centre.
A School, nurseries, health facilities and shops will be included and all within walking distance of the Westfield development, the project was the winner.
With varied elements on the façades the scheme is enhanced by multiple facing bricks chosen from the wide range of options presented.
Working closely with both PRP and Wimpey Homes EH Smith proposed bricks that met the brief and we continue to supply multiple materials to this project across its many phases.
Architect: PRP Architects
Contractors: Taylor Wimpey