As a structural waterproofing provider, a lot of the applications we work on are 'below ground' so with this in mind we encouraged architects to get creative and enter our competition to design an underground structure below any UK building or landmark. Run in association with the Architects' Journal, we asked architects to submit designs that were serious, witty, political and generally just have fun with it!
Below you can view the winning design as well as the six other shortlisted entries as judged by Ken Shuttleworth (founder of MAKE Architects) and Rory Olcayto (the editor of the AJ).
You can also download the dedicated six page write up which was published in the AJ in their 26th June issue and re-produced online.
This gorge carved around the side of the Serpentineâ€™s Long Water creates a space for people to remember the dead.
Politics as entertainment in todayâ€™s leisure economy.
The secret at the heart of the City of London: an underground space port.
What if shale gas exploration took place in central London?
A new permanent home for Londonâ€™s skatersâ€‹.
Art blends with infrastructure in a new bus station beneath Marble Archâ€‹.
Sixty student residences in the ditch at Somerset House.