This project reforms Thamesmead Stage 1 Estate by constructing a constant, dynamic relationship between public and private spaces, allowing the essence of dwelling to be called out and put on exhibition by creating intersection points and designing green link as a synoptic sequence of the void spaces: by combining urban with a self sustaining naturalised edge whiles shaping a new meaning of nature in the city. Small scale public spaces (markets, allotments gardening, parks), urban facades (extensions), roof terraces/ gardens, act as a landscape intersection in architecture, as a part of South Thamesmead regeneration framework.
1st place among international students in the competition of redevelopment of the Teulada – Moraira region.
Collaboration with Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) developed a project for the municipality of Teulada/Moraira, in southwest Spain. The aim of the project was to explore the challenges and opportunties of the municipality as it seeks to protect the unique landscape and culture of the area in a period of economic difficulty and urban expansion.
Developing Camden Building Control Stand for Ecobuild Exhibition. Helping to promote their experience and expertise in helping deliver sustainable solutions whilst preserving the rich heritage of London property.
Business Development Officer
Camden Building Control
“The stand was a great success, it attracted a huge amount of attention. We’ve seen it tweeted by visitors and it would have won “best shell stand” if there were such a prize (sadly there wasn’t). The work that the students achieved, the determination and dedication they demonstrated and the seriously impressive results were a huge credit to your team and truly upheld the outstanding reputation of Central St Martins.”