Our three master’s students exhibited their final projects as part of the Writtle University College MA Degree Show this week. The exhibition was the culmination of months of hard work and was a chance for Lucy, Tom and Bobby to share their projects with industry professionals, family and friends.
Tom’s project site was based in London, concentrating on the urban landscape surrounding Fenchurch Street Train Station. He explored ways of subtly implementing counter-terrorism techniques into the urban fabric whilst re-working the balance of infrastructure, focusing on people and their movements.
Lucy’s work proposed a green connection between Cambridge’s railway station and the city centre. The aim is to transform existing vehicular infrastructure and provide increased public realm, ecosystem services and an impressive entrance to the city.
Bobby’s project explored alternative methods for coastal defence and social regeneration for the town of Jaywick in Essex. He proposed a managed realignment scheme that would create 580ha of new saltmarsh and act as a natural barrier to coastal flooding.
Wynne-Williams Associates have been supporting them through this process. We are proud of all their hard work to date, and wish them good luck with their final dissertations which have to be completed by the autumn.
The exhibition is open daily to the public from 10am-4pm until Wednesday 24th May.