BSc (Hons) Architecture
My name is Terrin Munandi. I love socialising with my friends and family and consider myself to be a positive individual with an outgoing personality, I have strong people skills and can comfortably work as part of a team or can be trusted to work alone. During my three years of University studies my passion for Architecture and Interior Design has grown stronger and I fully understand the creativity, imagination and hard work required to reach a positive result, I have also learned the positive effect architecture can have on society.
My project is an attempt to arrange a stronger sense of community within the Jewellery Quarter between The Sikh Community and the residence that live within the Jewellery Quarter. Creating a Market Place vibrant of a range of different cultures and traditions, a central hotspot for people to congregate and socialise while celebrating Jewellery Quarters rich history. Birmingham City Council required a space that promotes unity whilst aiming to regenerate the Quarter by attracting more people to visit the historical site. The buildings main aim is to attract and engage people to visit, while still maintaining and encouraging culture and heritage.