Images showing a detailed vision of Stratford Waterfront at Olympicopolis have been released.
The pictures of the east London arts quarter , created by Forbes Massie, show the detailed exterior of the buildings, including the new Victoria and Albert Museum, which will measure 18,000sqm.
Sadler’s Wells will create a 550-seat theatre, while a campus for 6,500 students at the London College of Fashion will also be built.
Rosanna Lawes, executive director of regeneration at the London Legacy Development Corporation, said: “Stratford and east London are changing fast.
“In a few short years we will see not only a new cultural and education district in east London with some of the world’s leading institutions sitting in the heart of the Park, but new neighbourhoods and business districts and hugely successful sporting venues delivering on the legacy promises made for the 2012 Games.
“This is the perfect illustration of how London is open, and will remain so.”
The designs have been produced by Allies and Morrison working with O’Donnell And Tuomey and Arquitecturia.
They will be developed during 2016 before a detailed planning application is submitted at the end of the year.
Stratford Waterfront is one half of the Olympicopolis project, with the other being the UCL East campus.
The scheme is a key part of the regeneration of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and is projected to create around 3,000 jobs, attract 1.5million visitors a year and raise £2.8billion for the local economy.
Building work on Stratford Waterfront is set to start in 2018, with the site due to open in 2020/21.
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