Southend Pier Cultural Centre opened in the summer of 2012 to provide gathering space for visitors to Southend-On-Sea. The project was designed by <a href="http://www.white.se/" target="_blank">White Arkitekter, who won a competition
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well here we see the use of tapered steps yet again cutting across the main circulation route - consider people leaving the centre at night when the steps are slippery and have to negotiate the ramp crossing their path! Many will prefer to use the ramp - elderly people not keen to use steps without a hand rail, parents with buggies and wheelchair users. Love the overall idea but the detail on the approach is disapointing. Any thoughts on this?
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