Through sketches, models and film, discover more about Peninsula Place, a new 1.4 million square foot landmark for London, designed by Santiago Calatrava and set to transform Greenwich Peninsula. Within it’s walls there’ll be pavement cafes, homes, shops and restaurants, creating a new public space in the heart of the Peninsula.
Blending art, architecture and engineering, Santiago Calatrava’s approach becomes all the more evident when you look at the inspiration and the process behind the creation of Peninsula Place.
The free exhibition presents Calatrava’s initial drawings of the 80-foot high galleria and winter garden, a to-scale model of Peninsula Place and the foot bridge, as well as an interactive screen showcasing what will happen here. A short film delves into Calatrava’s influences for the design and his vision for what Peninsula Place will become.