The project acts as a new gateway into York, UK, connecting a multitude of existing and proposed transport routes and enhancing them with a masterplan that benefits both pedestrians and cyclists. 
The resulting public realm is an active urban space - the node where many routes overlap and converge. The architectural intervention provides functions that support these routes and  improve access to the city across a range of scales.
The project was awarded the Stephen Welsh Prize in Architecture, as well as achieving the highest grade awarded in the past ten years at Sheffield University School of Architecture.​​​​​​​
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