Thesis

2020

Aim to challenge the existing proposals to demolish and the redevelopment of The Ringway building with an alternative framework of adaptable and flexible approach, allowing conservation and continuity of the building and addressing the environmental impact of demotion.

The intention was to reuse the existing qualities of the building including the structure and reworking the fabric while maintaining the rhythm of the façade frontage onto the Inner Ring Road. The new functional purpose of the building revives the civic quality by engaging with the context through introducing interventions at street level as part of a sequence of space leading to Gallery and Exhibition space of Birmingham’s industrial Automotive history, celebrating the history and what it’s contributed to Birmingham.  

“Architecture is not just a building, nor merely a structure, but it is in fact more momentous; it possesses the distinctive ability of connecting and influencing its surrounding context, creating a unique interpretation and meaning to each individual.”
An assiduous and passionate individual accredited with BA (Hons) Architecture Riba Part 1 and completed MArch Architecture Part 2 (part-time) while continuing professional development in a practical environment. Possessing a multi-dimensional approach to conceptualising designs and bringing ideas to life.  

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5 Cardigan Street
Birmingham B4 7BD UK
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