The Code is LCY2


Personal Info

Name: Lenka Rajmont

Nationality: Czech




-FINALIST of Non Architecture Award 2022 Competition | Category: Urban & Landscape


Through the impressive 18 kilometres of conveyor belts, 4 floors and the hands of 2000 workers, the Tilbury Amazon centre ships hundreds of thousands of packages daily. It is equipped with autonomous robots, each carrying up to 1.5 tonnes of goods. The whole operation of shipping Amazon orders is a perfectly orchestrated, mostly independent process. 

The question of ethics and the working environment in the Amazon workplace was the target of human rights activists, unions etc. For a long time. Things like the Amazon Zen booth have highlighted the issues connected to working in a fulfilment centre. 

With the ever-increasing automatization of the shipping process, human labour is less and less needed. 

In this project, I am asking the following: 

What could a fulfilment centre look like in the future? 

Where do humans belong with their “human chaos and intimacy” in this space and process? How will Tilbury port change if it stays the largest Amazon fulfilment centre? 

The project explores the human existence in-between autonomous structures and the relationships between the scale of humans and a shipping container.


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Jury Comments

– Karoline Liedtke-Sørensen

the project is adressing an important question of our future, where do we humans belong within the automatisation and technical structures of rising technological advanced robotic sytems

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