Students’ suggestions for breathing new life into a north-east railway line have gone on display.
Second year architecture students at Robert Gordon University (RGU) are showcasing new designs for the Deeside Railway Line.
Their ideas challenge the current design, which cuts the surrounding communities into two parts, and adds architecture along the popular walking path.
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Located in the far right ceremony room of the David Welch Winter Gardens, the main part of our exhibition provides greater clarity in what we aim to achieve with this project – with a large detailed print of the Deeside line. Please come and explore our exhibition and give us feedback via the feedback sheets provided or through Instagram as it will really help us improve our future approaches to design. . . This exhibition was kindly sponsored by MAC Architects and the Aberdeen Society of Architects.Please check out their amazing work on their respective Instagram pages which have been tagged in this post. . . #deesideway #aberdeen #robertgordonuniversity #scottsutherlandschool #architecture #design
Silvia Bassanese, lecturer at the Scott Sutherland School, said: “The Dee-Rail public exhibition shows the results of the second year Design Studio investigation on the contemporary nature of former industrial spaces in Aberdeen, to detail the infrastructures for transport.”
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The exhibition will run until 5.30pm tomorrow at David Welch Winter Gardens in the Duthie Park.
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