Hackney Wick Station, Hackney Wick

Designed, detailed and delivered with great care

Hackney Wick Station, Hackney Wick.
Hackney Wick Station, Hackney Wick. Credit: Wendy Hardie

London RIBA Regional Award 2019

Landolt and Brown for London Legacy Development Corporation and Network Rail (joint client)
Contract value £4m  
GIA : 600m² 
Cost per m²: £6,667

A collaboration with artist Wendy Hardie on a station and a separate pedestrian connection below the railway. The pedestrian route is in an underpass separated from the station circulation by extruded glass hexagons which create light patterns referencing the River Lee and borrow light from the station above. This building has been designed, detailed and delivered with great care, in everything from the shuttered in situ concrete with its integrated services to a delightful willow tree-referencing aluminium screen. As the first key project for regeneration of the area under the LLDC it is likely to serve as an inspiration.

  • Hackney Wick Station, Hackney Wick.
    Hackney Wick Station, Hackney Wick. Credit: Wendy Hardie
  • Hackney Wick Station, Hackney Wick.
    Hackney Wick Station, Hackney Wick. Credit: Wendy Hardie
  • Hackney Wick Station, Hackney Wick.
    Hackney Wick Station, Hackney Wick. Credit: Wendy Hardie
  • Hackney Wick Station, Hackney Wick.
    Hackney Wick Station, Hackney Wick. Credit: Wendy Hardie
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