The site, adjacent to the White Horse Bridge in Wembley is subject to extreme fluctuations in occupation throughout the day. Ranging from a solitary daydreamer in the afternoon, busy commuter traffic during rush hour and tens of thousands of football fans passing through the site 50 days of each year.
This prevents the existing wildlife on the site from developing in much the same way the constant population fluctuation that occurs in Wembley Central prevents local business from developing in a stable environment.
Wembley Meanwhile Gardens provides protection for the existing wildlife on the site and provides a framework for a new business to inhabit the structure whilst providing sheltered public amenity space for the local community.
Completed in collaboration with Anna Drakes and Aimee Salata