THE THEATRICAL LANDSCAPE | Berlin | Unit 21 | 2012
This project has sought to define an architecture of the view. This has been explored via the three characteristic viewing techniques displayed by the protagonists of Richard Wagner’s opera ‘Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg’: empathetic, fragmented and unified viewing.
Each of these is brought to [...]
THE OPTICAL PARK | Berlin | Unit 21 | 2012
“We have attempted to present interior reality and exterior reality as two elements in process of unification, of finally becoming one” – André Breton
The project was initiated by carrying out a series of analogue photographic experiments to explore the idea [...]
URBAN THEATRE | London | Unit 21 | 2009
A proposal to redevelop a strip of high street in north-west London. A tripartite building programme refers to characteristics developed from three of the main protagonists in the novel White Teeth by Zadie Smith which is set in the locality.
Snow; “it made the city look new, not only covering up the mud, the filth and the neglect, but by producing in every street and every view an element of surprise…”
Situated amongst the long-lost memories of [...]
SHUNT THEATRE | London | Unit 21 | 2009
Awarded Distinction for Design & the Fitzroy Robinson Prize for Drawing
“In another moment Alice was through the looking glass, and had Jumped lightly down into the looking glass room.” Lewis Carrol
A new home for Shunt, [...]
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