In my second year, I transferred to the Architectural studies course at the Bartlett, UCL.

The main design module was called Project X which aimed to help students build a creative, independent and reflective practice of their own. We were asked to think of architecture in interdisciplinary ways, exploring alternative approaches to design while situating our work within a broader cultural context.

This project looked at dead spaces around London and after indepth research into the history of the site, resulted in a fabric installation that echoed the past in order to highlight the future potential of the space.

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