The 3D laser scan survey of St Dunstan in The East was carried out to support Anastasios Theodorakakis’s project for his MA Architecture and Historic Urban Environments. He describes the work in the survey report as: “a proposal for the public garden of St. Dunstan in the East, a park in a ruin that stands as what’s been left of the former St. Dunstan in the East Church. The intention is to design an intervention within the given historic ruin, so as to complement it, reveal its history and at the same time to adapt it to a new use. Such intention demands a quite precise survey and understanding of the ruin. The main surveying technique chosen is the 3D scanning [point cloud] survey, a method I had the opportunity to learn in a series of lectures from the BScan team.”
Location: St. Dunstan’s Hill, London EC4 England, UK.
Date: 19th June 2017
On-site capturing team: Julia Schuetz and Anastasios Theodorakakis.
Number of scans: 14
Check in/out: 09:00 am – 13:00 pm
Assistant students: Julen Aguinagalde, David Guerrero
Image: Anastasios Theodorakakis