Ravensbourne student projects shown in Dezeen
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Ravensbourne’s Department of Architecture has shared proudly again the work of our students in Dezeen. Last year we were delighted to be among the top 10 schools over 170 worldwide that received visitors on the prestigious website.”
What Happened to Gilbert? by Dylan WhiteWhat Happened to Gilbert? by Dylan White
"Once known for its quarries of Thanet Sand, clay and chalk, Gilbert's Pit in Charloton has now been hidden away in the city. The area is an SSSI, meaning it's currently inaccessible to the public and there is no reason to want to go there. The project aims to give Gilbert's pit a new life."
This new collaboration highlights a selection of the work of our students that despite spending their first two years online due to the pandemic have been able to propose exciting and relevant solutions in the southeast of London: from community to sustainable strategies. They are the architects and interior architects that will shift the industry with their skills and values.”