The Legacy List – Auction Donors

We’re pleased to announce that the following donors have contributed to the Three Mills Playspace through The Legacy List ’100 Things’ Auction:

Clamberable Canopy  - Tracey Emin
Tree Swing in the Undergrowth  - Anita Zabludowicz
Outdoor Trampoline  - Lady Myners
Maypole Swing  - Lauren Breslauer
Forest Floor and Blossom Grove  - Ilan Haim
Amphitheatre in the Clearing  - Marsha Lee
Aboriculture Play and Planting – Anita Zabludowicz
Opening Celebration  - Nathalie Dwek

Many thanks to all our donors, and to all those who made and won bids at the auction!

100 Things Auction

Today’s the day of The Legacy List’s fundraising auction, entitled ’100 Things’. The auction will include elements from the playspace, including the Clamberable Canopy and the Maypole Swing.

Playspace design team announced

A team comprising We Made That and Free Play have been chosen as the winner of the Three Mills Green Play-space competition, which sought proposals for designs for a new play-space located near the Olympic Park in the borough of Newham, East London.

Entries were judged by a high-profile jury including Neil Porter, Director, Gustafson Porter; Sarah Weir, Chief Executive, The Legacy List; Eleanor Fawcett Head of Design, OPLC; Rob Cairns, Head of Environmental Design, LVRPA; Sharon Cox, Early Intervention, Play Manager, LB Newham; and play expert Tim Gill, Writer/Researcher, Rethinking Childhood.

Shortlist for Three Mills Playspace Competition Announced

 

Four shortlisted design teams (erect architecture, We Made That with Free Play, Studio Weave with Wayward Plants, and Kinnear Landscape Architects) have been selected to take part in the second stage of the Three Mills Play-space Competition. This selection was made following an open call for expressions of interest from those interested in proposing designs for a new play-space at Three Mills Green located in the borough of Newham, East London.

Three Mills Green Playspace competition launched

 

In 2011, Three Mills Green underwent widespread landscaping works designed by Churchman Landscape Architects and 5th Studio. In Autumn 2011 Lee Valley Regional Park Authority, Olympic Park Legacy Company and The Legacy List ran an international design competition – run by the Architecture Foundation – for new proposals to introduce play to the site.