Southwark-on-Sea is a response to 100,000 properties being at risk of flooding in one of Londons oldest boroughs. The aim is to creatively raise awareness of the risk and encourage others to design for future generations. To trigger the dialogue of how we plan and adapt our cities to withstand the impacts of climate change. This is a snapshot of an ongoing series of creative studies exploring different media.
Location Southwark, London
Media 3D printing, Clay, Digital media, photography, wood, drawing, illustration, stories