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Exclusive video interview with Make Architects and LLDC at The Podium

In July 2011, the London Legacy Development Corporation selected Make, James Corner Field Operations, Arup, Speirs + Major, Tomato and Piet Oudolf to transform the south section of the Olympic Park into a public pleasure garden.

At the centre of this scheme is The Podium, a 1,200 sq m structure hosting ticket offices for the Orbit, a café, private event space and administration functions, with four smaller kiosks dotted along a landscaped pathway.

Click here to watch the full video interview with Boris Zuber and Stuart Fraser from Make, and Selina Mason from the LLDC.

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