Jack Aldus’s project capitalises on his atmospheric drawings to tease out complex urban relationships. His aim is to provide a highly flexible landscape that does not overly dictate where live and work occur, but instead provide for variously scaled streets, alleys, paths and public spaces.
Lisa Gonevik’s project is based around family dwellings with a series of work and commercial spaces along the seafront promenade. She was inspired by the arcades along the Brighton seafront.
Lizzie Terry is based on reinventing the Georgian terrace and using it as a base to invent new relationships between live and work. Her project is heavily precedent-led as demonstrated by the analytical collage of back garden work spaces.