As a class we were approached by lambeth council to visit estates within the community and to investigate into the ways in which we could better the area for the local community. Within the Spurgeon estate that I visited there is a closed off park area named 'The Sunken Ball Park'. Taking references from the original brutalist architecture and structures within the estate, I decided to make miniature sculptures that mirror these aesthetics. The sculptures each represent different features that could be suitable for the space. These features consisted of a child's play area, a skatepark for youths, a seating area for the residents, a simple water feature and activity tables.