Victoria Corridor – Analysis

So I’ve started a masters at UCL called Sustainable Urbanism, in the hope that this will be a useful continuation of my background in business and economics, and my passion for design and cities. The first term is coming to an end this week, so I am taking the opportunity to share some of the work I produced for a group project.

Class: Urban Design – Place Making

Aim: Improve the Victoria Corridor area in London (between Marble Arch and Victoria Station)

Here is what I produced for our comprehensive analysis (the final result included many more dimensions, and text, produced together with my skilled and zealous group members). We are currently spending around 10 hours each day on our final vision of the area’s future, which you may look forward to finding published here soon.

Illustrations to characterize movement and flux in the corridor:

flux-illu-victoria-morningVictoria Station in the morning

flux-illu-victoria-middayVictoria Station midday

flux-illu-victoria-nightVictoria Station at night

flux-illusWellington Arch at night

users-victoria-corridorPedestrian users of the corridor

graphs-for-UDVehicle flows in the corridor. Source: Department for Transport

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