BARTLETT SCHOOL STUDENTS BUILD SEVEN OUTDOOR STRUCTURES WITHIN THE SKIP GARDEN, KING’S CROSS

A group of students from The Bartlett School of Architecture have built seven outdoor structures ranging from a ‘glass house lantern’ to a birch and bamboo chicken coop, within the Skip Garden, a movable urban garden and community space within our King’s Cross masterplan.

Working in collaboration with Global Generation, the education charity that runs the garden, the project was developed to offer undergraduates hands-on project management and design experience, responding to a brief and demands of a real client whilst also providing event and learning spaces for garden visitors.