Radical ESSEX Walks: The Bata Estate and Tilbury Marshes with Emma Twine12.00 pm to 3.00 pm
Experience the Bata Estate with architect Emma Twine.
Starting at Easy Tilbury Library, visit Bata Heritage Centre and see the archives of this modernist working town, before exploring the flat top housing estate, factory buildings and nearby marshlands.
This event is programmed as part of Cui Jie’s solo exhibition ‘New Model Village’.
Emma Twine is an architect and researcher, and an Associate at DK-CM having joined the studio in 2017. She has delivery experience across a wide range of projects, including heritage and education. At DK-CM she was responsible for the construction phase of a new education building at Wroughton Academies, Norfolk, and is currently leading on major adaptive reuse projects for the City of Westminster, London Borough of Haringey and Transport for London. She completed her undergraduate studies in Architecture and Spatial Design at Central St Martins, and undertook her Masters and Part III at the University of Cambridge. She has served as a tutor and visiting critic at both universities. Her MPhil thesis explored the writing of policy to support delivering diverse and multi-generational communities, enabling the sustainable expansion of a growing south Essex town.