The red Scotch Derrick at Lawrence Wharf is a wonderfully preserved crane from Rotherhithe's shipping past. It is located along the River Thames and it is has been closed since 1986.
The project is a regeneration scheme for the riverfront which places the crane as the main focus.
The proposal is connecting the missing Thames Path through a cabin located at the end of the long arm of the crane so that visitors will continue their journey along the river in an alternative way.
While in the cabin, the passengers experience a view of the outside through glass panels and cubicles.
The black reflective material inside of the cabin adds a Sci- atmosphere that transports people into a new dimension.