Bridget is an ambitious, eloquent and energetic designer with a progressive attitude and a focus on creative and honest communication. Since she graduated from the University of Nottingham with a first-class honours, Bridget managed digital communications and brand marketing campaigns for over three years, specialising in storytelling for recognised brands and businesses. Longing to express herself more creatively in her professional journey, Bridget is presently progressing her career into art and design-led industries. Bringing together her previous experience with narrative and creative design skills, Bridget’s strength lies in the early analysis of the brief and concept development.
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Bridget’s Final project was selected by the London Design Biennale to be exhibited at Somerset House in June 2021 www.londondesignbiennale.com/bridget-lew
Albert Mews is a home for people of different ages, races and backgrounds, brought together to form a shared human experience with the social intent of cohabiting. It will be designed by and for its users, implanting into the neighbourhood a response to the perpetual struggle for urban inhabitants to find a permanent home. The dwelling encourages the collective imagination of a spatial contract. A sensual experience will be created through a considered use of light, materials and proportions. A mode of living defined by the balance between privacy and sociability, and a design language expressed as the paradox between movement and stillness.