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Designing Multi-faith space

UCL Exhibition of school students’ designs

Designing Multi-faith space

During the week of 14-19 March, the UCL North Lodge, on Gower Street, housed an exhibition showcasing collaborative work by sixth form students from Brentside High School, Ealing, with Mangera Yvars Architects.

The students were challenged to imagine new kinds of multi-faith buildings for Ealing which responded to the culture and environments of their suburban area. The exhibition displayed models and diagrams, with the architects’ reflections on the process.

It was part of the Arts and Humanities Research Council funded Making Suburban Faith project, led by Dr Clare Dwyer (UCL Geography) and Professor David Gilbert (Royal Holloway).

 

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Examining the models


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