GDC Embassy Gardens Winners announced and featured on Financial Times Online

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Winners have been announced following a competition launched by Chelsea College of Arts and property developers Ballymore for students to design site hoardings for their Embassy Gardens scheme in London. The winners, selected from submissions from the College’s BA Graphic Design Communication and BA Fine Art programmes are: Grace Arnott-Hayes, Simone Barnes, Danielle Field, Akshitha Victor and Phoebe Willison.

This new development is located close to the College, and when complete will create a new living and working riverside district for London, which will see its first residents move in during 2015. Students were invited to submit designs which will Ballymore asked to create “a stunning visual interpretation of the neighbourhood for the hoardings around the almost 500 acre site”.

 The five winners have now been announced, selected by a judging panel including design critic Stephen Bayley and Wandsworth Council Leader Ravi Govindia.

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Discussing her inspiration for the project, Grace Arnott-Hayes from BA Graphic Design Communication said 

My inspiration for this project was People essentially. I wanted to focus on creating an image that didn’t just appeal to a certain audience, but resonated with many. The idea was to have something playful and vibrant for the area. The subject of the design is ‘Conversation’ – whether that be over heard in the street or on the underground.

via Chelsea Blog

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