Croydon Craterform by Rob Mowbray

By - Thursday 1st May, 2014

'In this moment we are being encouraged to come to terms with the reality that is the ensemble of empty spaces that exist within these sleepy concrete shells'.  Photo by Tom Winter

Graphic piece. Printed newspaper carefully torn through to back page mounted in white frame.

Tom Winter

Tom Winter

Practicing Architectural Assistant and fabricator of Dirty Croydon Love architecture and urban-design blog, having worked for Fantastic Norway Architekten in Oslo over the summer of 2011 and now recently graduated with a postgraduate in Architecture at London South Bank University. Stimulated in and intoxicated with South London with a keen interest in the potential of Resourceful Design and Urban Social Spaces that can be created through provocative yet sensitive contemporary urban architecture, with a strong belief that architecture can further enhance Croydon’s complex urban community. Also a passionate cricket player, dedicated book reader and enthusiastic CD music collector.

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