The London 2012 Olympic village scheme involved the design development, detailing and construction approval of multiple façade types as lead architectural consultant for several architectural firms including Niall McLaughlin Architects. As part of the regeneration programme, the Olympic Village design was based on the re-use of buildings after the games as a new residential district for Stratford.
Niall McLaughlin architects obtained permission to scan the Elgin Marbles at the London Museum and create mouldings to cast concrete copies of the Marbles, used as façade panels for one of the residential blocks.
Best New Place to Live – London Planning Awards
Development of the Year – RESI Awards