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Thursday, May 11, 2006
Heatherwick and the Lea bridge
The AJ is sooo behind the times. Today they report (for subscribers only) that Tom Heatherwick has 'dramatically' replaced Wilkinson Eyre on the Lea bridge from the Leamouth peninsula site being developed by Ballymore to Canning Town centre.

I was told back in March by Fred Manson that he'd been working on the bridge with Heatherwick, in his new role as associate director or somesuch with Heatherwick's studio. I would have reported it on the blog then if I'd have thought it was actually news. Hey, Ballymore probably thought a curling-up bridge would be a great idea to stop the Canning Town scallies getting into their swish gated - no, moated - development...

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