Diploma Thesis | Master's Thesis, Summer Semester 2007


On the western side of Povis Street, Woolwich welcomes vehicular traffic with a major transportation hub. VVVV West aims to envision an entrance scenario for Woolwich that not only clearly signals to the motorist that they are approaching the heart of Woolwich but also creates a new public space at the "less desirable" end of Povis Street. This new public space connects Woolwich Centre with the ferry terminal, the planned Waterfront area, and the historic Woolwich Garden with its historic buildings. VVVV West creates a public space that serves as a hub for mobility and arrival for drivers (coming from the ferry or Central London) and reconnects the urban fabric of Woolwich, expanding the space for Woolwich's vibrant public culture.

In collaboration with the Department of Urban Structure and Traffic Planning, Professor Gebhard Wulfhorst.


Prof. Regine Keller, Dipl.-Ing. Doris Grabner, Dipl.-Ing. Thomas Hauck, Dipl.-Ing. Volker Kleinekort

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