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By Timothy Gale | Published: 22 October 2010
This is a preview of a film being developed regarding the project, events, and conclusions. Please refer to the ‘history’, ‘issues’ and ‘future’ tab to familiarize yourself with the content. Final Film Coming soon.
By Timothy Gale | Published: 19 October 2010
Recently, co-founder of the Walbrook project Timothy Gale, wrote an article for a new student architecture journal at Syracuse University School of Architecture in the United States. The journal titled, ‘Pluralism’ is linked with a current conference at the school ‘Reclaiming Architecture‘. The journal’s focus is on the connection between ideas, design and action. Here [...]
By Nilus Klingel | Published: 15 December 2009
The Walbrook event of 10 December was a success. We deployed 200 boats to the site at 7:00 am, and within 2 hours, they had all been picked up. Over the next 48 hours, this website received 150 unique visitors, a very high feedback level with which we were very pleased. The average visitor spent [...]
By Nilus Klingel | Published: 9 December 2009
Information regarding the purpose of this project — as well as the students behind it — has now been posted on the “About” page. You can read more by clicking on the “?” link at the top of the page.
By Timothy Gale | Published: 21 October 2009
The Walbrook will come alive today as we symbolically retrace its path on the city streets. Participants are asked to take a boat with them as they cross the street and place it on the other side, signifying the passage once taken across the river. The event will occur at the pedestrian of Queen St. [...]