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London 2012 Olympics Public Consultation

Client: London Olympic Delivery Authority, London, England Design Team: Kristine Matthews, lead designer; Mark Beever, David Grbac, Peter Clarkson, Clare Rohrsheim, designers. Designed at thomas.matthews, London. Photos: Amy Scaife

London 2012 aimed to be the most sustainable Olympics ever, so our road show to inform local residents about Olympic site planning was designed to travel entirely by bicycle power. This interactive road show and series of mobile exhibitions rolled out across nine east London neighborhoods in anticipation of the 2012 London Games. Displays were designed to collect comments, photos and opinions from the ethnically diverse boroughs that bordered the London 2012 Olympic Park. Community input would, in particular, help to inform the plan for the Games Legacy: the long-term, post-Games planning for the area.