Architectural students from London Metropolitan University have brought Eastbury Manor House’s eventful evolution through history back to life.
An exhibition of drawings and models from students of the Sir John Cass faculty traces the architectural progression of the Manor from its beginnings in Elizabethan times to its rescue from demolition by the National Trust in 1918.
Reimagining Eastbury 2017 also explores the building’s unique relationship to the wider Barking area.
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