Battersea Power Station Development Designs By Gehry And Foster

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Battersea Power Station Development Designs By Gehry And Foster
View from the south.
View from the south.
View from above.
View from above.
Frank Gehry's Prospect Place and The Flower, on Electric Boulevard.
Frank Gehry's Prospect Place and The Flower, on Electric Boulevard.
Electric Boulevard from ground level.
Electric Boulevard from ground level.

Designs by Gehry Partners and Foster + Partners for Phase 3 of the Battersea Power Station redevelopment were unveiled today.

The two architectural titans are creating a new high street, to be called The Electric Boulevard, linking the new tube station to the power station, plus shops, restaurants, a hotel and 1,300 homes, 103 of which will be 'affordable'.

These plans are all subject to planning approval and are available for public inspection on site, on the following dates and times:

  • 10 April 11am-8pm
  • 11 April 10am-6pm
  • 12-13 April 10am-3pm

Frank Gehry said of the design:

"Our goal from the start has been to create a neighbourhood that connects into the historic fabric of the city of London, but one that has its own identity and integrity. We have tried to create humanistic environments that feel good to live in and visit."

All images by Foster + Partners and Frank Gehry.

Last Updated 07 April 2014