The first module at Liverpool involved an intense 6 week design project. The brief was to reimagine the Athenaeum in Liverpool – the oldest remaining private member’s club. The Athenaeum occupies a beautiful period property in the centre of Liverpool. The club is seeing its membership numbers decline making this project relevant today. In addition to […]Read more "ARCH401: Urban Oasis"
It has been a while since my last post, and my wife (yes, a wedding happened in Spring 2016!) has encouraged me to post on here again. As of September 2016, I left Donald Insall Associates to undertake my RIBA Part II accredited Masters. For this, I have embarked on the postgraduate course at the University of […]Read more "The Merseyside Chapter"
September 2014 My placement brings me to Chester, perhaps one of the more beautiful cities in England, at a practice called Donald Insall Associates. A Practice nationally recognised as being one of the best in the business when it comes to dealing with historical architecture and conservation. In fact, the practice is proud to have won more […]Read more "Part I [Year Out] – Donald Insall Associates"
So ahead of writing up the second project from 3rd year, I have compiled a small CV and Portfolio. Enjoy!Read more "CV & Portfolio"
Here you can see the Final model and Portfolio for the Cloud 9 Storytelling Centre! Please feel free to click the link below and look through the work. Narrative Spaces PortfolioRead more "Cloud 9 Narrative Spaces Portfolio"
So first of the big projects for third year. In a similar way to the second year projects we were fed into the project gradually with smaller parts of the project to focus on as we went along. This involved some context analysis of Hebden Bridge from many different aspects, research on narrative spaces and, […]Read more "Year 3 Project 1 – Narrative Spaces (and clouds)"
So, just before coming back to Uni, a few friends and I entered our first competition. We gave ourselves 2 weeks to communicate ideas and produce our project from the brief of playscapes, which essentially looked at turning a mundane and perhaps forgotten space into something a bit more fun. The competition was run by Building […]Read more "Playscapes"