Wooden Parliament

Wooden Parliament, Coal Drops Yard, London, June 2019

 This wooden structure, known as the Wooden Parliament, stood at the entrance to Coal Drops Yard as part of the London Festival of Architecture, in June 2019.

It was designed by Spanish architects Cristina Díaz Moreno and Efrén Ga Grinda of the Madrid-based practice AMID.cero9.


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 18 July 2019

Posted as part of July Squares

10 thoughts on “Wooden Parliament

  1. Very colourful, but I was more interested in the name ‘Coal Drops Yard’ (almost sounds like a cough sweet), so I had a look at your other posts about this place. I really need to get down to London one day as this King’s Cross area has changed so much in recent years. When I lived in Yorkshire (many moons ago) it was my entrance to London!

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