Student’s designs set to re-shape Fife College campus

Niamh Hogwood, Fife College
Niamh Hogwood, Fife College

Fife College’s Kirkcaldy Campus will soon take on a whole new look, thanks to the winning designs of 3D Design student, Niamh Hogwood.

The 20-year old from Cardenden won a student competition to come up with ideas to revamp the outside area to the front of the campus.

Students, staff and visitors will soon be able to benefit from a range of new external features including planting, social and seating areas which are also environmentally friendly and great to look at.

Other features of Niamh’s design include a garden area, colourful seating in the college’s corporate colours and areas where student artwork can be displayed.

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Niamh, who has just completed HND 3D Design with Interiors course, was delighted to be invited along to a planning meeting recently where the estates team and contractor Marshall Construction, went over the details of the work.

She said: “I was thrilled to hear that my designs had been chosen – it was a great feeling and I have enjoyed meeting the estates team and the contractor who will be carrying out the work. I plan to visit the site during the summer to help ensure all is going to plan. It is very exciting and I can’t wait to see the finished result.

“Knowing that what I have designed will remain part of the campus for many years to come for people to enjoy is a great feeling.”