Talking on Water - A Walk in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park: function and beauty in landscape


An opportunity to tour the new Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, looking at the way in which the site has been influenced by the River Lea, the River Lea navigation and the other canals. Find out how the river and canals were moved, deculverted and managed to make the site what it is and the key role that sustainable drainage played in designing and protecting the site. This walk is led by Phil Askew, Project Sponsor Parklands and Public Realm.

This is part of a series of events by The Building Centre and the Landscape Institute for the London Festival of Architecture 2014.

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