A masterplanning study with proposals for the historic section of a campus of disparate University buildings. Part of the study was to examine the physical and pedestrian connections between the Universities buildings and the context within the streets in the locality. Our public realm proposals create a coherent sequence of external spaces which draw together and connect the public squares and streets in a coherent legible manner. The local vernacular is used to inform the landscape narrative which strengthens identity and re-enforces the importance of the nineteenth century streets and buildings.
- Conservation Area
Client: University of Portsmouth
Architect: Hawkins Brown