18 Ideas for London's Public Space Charter

In response to Sadiq Khan’s pledge to establish a Public Space Charter, two evening discussions at the Garden Museum asked what kind of spaces London should be creating to foster its public life by both day and night.

In response to Sadiq Khan’s pledge to establish a Public Space Charter, two evening discussions at the Garden Museum asked what kind of spaces London should be creating to foster its public life by both day and night.

 

 
Holly Lewis, We Made That
Not Just More Stuff

 


Douglas Murphy, RCA
Leave It Alone

 

 
Jan Kattein, Jan Kattein Architects
Accommodating Change

 


Julian Lewis, East
Designing the Public Realm First

 


Jo Gibbons, J & L Gibbons
Nature and Urban Mind

 


Adam Kaasa, RCA
A One Year Moratorium on Programming Public Space

 


Amica Dall & Giles Smith, Assemble
Work with London's Playworkers to Develop Design Guidance for Children in Public Space

 


Petra Marko, Marko and Placemakers
Use Principles of Gender Mainstreaming in Public Space Planning

 


Alpa Depani
Empower Communities to Deliver Public Space

 


Heather Spurr, Shelter
Defensive Design: Curbing Hostile Architecture in London 

 


Phil Coffey, Coffey Architects
Banish BS 5489

 

 
Deborah Saunt, DSDHA
Transport Infrastructure Should Support Public Space

 


Rut Blees Luxemburg, RCA
Protect the River Thames’ Nocturnal Shade

 


Catharine Rossi, Kingston
Let the Night be the Night

 


Alan Miller, Night Time Industries Association
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

 


Marianne Mueller, Casper Mueller Kneer Architects
Night Site

 


John McRae, Orms
Night Time Economy