Oxford Greyhound Stadium

Oxford / United Kingdom / 2013

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The proposed built form was of a low density and creates a variety of spaces. To the north boundary of the site three mews type courtyards are proposed. At the heart of the site three connected distinct public open space are proposed. The layout of the site adopts the principals of the ‘home zone’ and has been designed to encourage vehicular traffic to move slowly and to give the pedestrian priority.



Within our proposals two small parks, one pocket park, one paved pedestrian square are proposed. At three locations children’s playgrounds are proposed, these are comprised of both natural and structured play elements.

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    The proposed built form was of a low density and creates a variety of spaces. To the north boundary of the site three mews type courtyards are proposed. At the heart of the site three connected distinct public open space are proposed. The layout of the site adopts the principals of the ‘home zone’ and has been designed to encourage vehicular traffic to move slowly and to give the pedestrian priority. Within our proposals two small parks, one pocket park, one paved pedestrian square...

    Project details
    • Year 2013
    • Work started in 2009
    • Work finished in 2013
    • Status Unrealised proposals
    • Type Parks, Public Gardens / Public Squares / Neighbourhoods/settlements/residential parcelling / Apartments / Social Housing / Urban Renewal
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