First impressions matter and Nine Elms’ gateways pack a bold visual punch. Follow this self-guided trail through online photo galleries or in person. You can enjoy a walk around the area taking in some of the railway bridge and viaduct transformations across one of the biggest regeneration projects in Europe.
Many of these structures form part of the industrial heritage of Nine Elms. Care for these historic places as they become gateways and new artwork for residents and visitors to enjoy is led by Wandsworth Council together with transport partners and local landowners.
Yinka Ilori’s Happy Street on Thessaly Road, SW8 5EJ
Morag Myerscough’s POWER at Battersea Power Station, SW11 8AH
Amalia Pica’s Microscopic Park Life by Battersea Park, SW11 4EJ
S. Mark Gubb’s Lavender just off Queenstown Road, SW8 4LZ
Arch 42 – soon to be the home of Project Office’s Tunnel Visions, SW11 7AG (note - under construction)
Can’t visit Nine Elms in person yet? See the exhibition online at https://www.nineelmslondon.com/gateways