We Made That are pleased to announce we have been shortlisted as finalists in the Camden Highline international design competition.
Camden Highline are a charity with exciting plans for a £35 million proposed public park and garden walk transforming the disused railway between Camden Town and King’s Cross into a new green artery for London. The ambitions is for the Highline to become a beacon for what positive and sustainable development of the city can look like, and for others to be inspired, learn and benefit from. The route is 1.2km long, around 8 metres above ground and will bring new local green space to 20,000 people.
We Made That with Hassell submitted a proposal that focuses on the importance of the Camden Highline becoming an example to the world of using landscape to deliver long-term, positive impacts across all ages, colours, backgrounds and abilities. The team is supported by Stockdale, Counterculture Partnership, Buro Happold, Phyto Studio, Stephen Levrant Heritage Architecture, The Young Foundation, PRD and the University of Sheffield Department of Landscape Architecture.
More info on the Camden Highline design competition and other shortlisted design teams can be found here.