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Show Two: Lou-Elena Bouey


Written by
Central Saint Martins
Published date
23 July 2019

Throughout Show Two: Design, we’re celebrating the work of our graduating students and asking them to share the process behind the practice.

BA Architecture graduate Lou-Elena Bouey’s final project The Town Hall of Anamnesis provides an antithesis to profit-driven architecture in Canary Wharf by drawing on the area’s industrial heritage. Consisting of five pavilions, it is built upon a cast iron foundry which is first used to construct the town hall itself, before providing a civic service to the surrounding area. Lou-Elena's website:

Lou-Elena's work was exhibited as part of Show Two: Design, 19–23 June 2019. Find out more about her work on her website.