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Ralf Alwani

MA work

South East Radial

South-eastern England is increasingly a dormitory landscape, spatially and economically dependent on London. This ever-widening commuter belt results in dwindling civic and community life and, in parallel, an ever more stretched transport infrastructure, both trends which looks set to continue as London’s influence spreads.

South East Radial proposes a network of new settlements that occupy and intersect with the railway networks around London, distributing dwellings and civic functions across its length, from town hall termini in locations like Bishopsgate to primary schools at the end of the branch line. Through this strategy, hybrid programmes emerge wherein the daily grind of travel is juxtaposed with community life.

South East Radial brings commute and community together, benefitting not just the commuter but the territories and communities they pass through.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Architecture

    Programme

    MA Architecture, 2016

    Specialism

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  • Experience working on high-end residential projects ranging from central London refurbishments to a large rural residential development.

    Recent work includes a Healthcare Innovation Exchange Centre at St Mary's Paddington For Imperial College and NHS Trust acting as project lead from concept to completion. 

    Interested in a diverse scale of architectural works, from small scale timber joinery to my thesis project which implements a network of new settlements that occupy and intersect with the railway networks around London. 

  • Degrees

  • BA (Hons) Architecture, University of Lincoln
  • Experience

  • Theis and Khan Architects, London; Make Architects, London; Simon Girl Architects, London
  • Exhibitions

  • Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design Exhibition, Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Art, 2014