The success of a public space is achieved if the project satisfies the needs of the users and the context. Although the aim of architecture is to provide users with a distinct proposal, which takes care of its own insertion and stitches the disconnected spaces.
The Potters Fields Park plays an organic role for such a beautiful place. That’s why a new building should not only maintain but also enhance its role. The design has been formed with the combination of the existing park and the public library, through the use and circulation draws the users in whilst maintaining London’s iconic scenery.