The images below, designed by Erect Architecture, show how a community hub in the north of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park could look.
The London Legacy Development Corporation chose Erect to design the new community area.
A planning application has been submitted for the 4.3-acre area which includes a 6,000 sq ft community building including a café.
The outside space will include a community events lawn for picnics, outdoor teaching sessions or small scale events.
The North Park area of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is due to reopen to the public from July 2013 following major transformation work after the Games.
Andrew Altman, chief executive of the London Legacy Development Corporation, said: "The North Park will be one of the most beautiful green spaces in London with wetlands, clean waterways and beautiful parklands for everyone to enjoy.
"This hub will be at the heart of community life. We have designed an area that not only serves visitors, but encourages them to learn about the natural environment around them."
Erect Architecture director Barbara Kaucky said: "As local architects, the extraordinary Olympic project has been growing on our doorstep. It is a great feeling to be able to play a role in ensuring that the Games leave behind a sustainable legacy."