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Jonathan Millard An Atlas of Erasure

The project explores the fear of inevitable loss of meaning, memory and identity through an Alzheimer’s Respite Centre. Demanding regulations cross with poetic notions of memory to explore its relevance in Hackney Wick; a site threatened by change

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Carolos Mouchtaris The Algae Experiment

A speculative project exploring the possibilities of harvesting algae for fuel & showcasing the difficulties met along this journey. ___Exhibiting in the Creek Gallery @ Faversham, Kent UK. 5th-15th of January 2012.

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2050:Fuel Cartridge

Year: 2050, the effects of climate change leave us with less land; both urban and agricultural. This project takes on mass car storage and algae cultivation for biofuels whilst providing humanity with year round fruit and veg.

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Gossamery Barn by Adrian Yim

This project is interested in visceral or haptic tactility in the single family house mediated through more subtle interventions in architectural detailing.

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Paul Cureton Manchester Metropolitan University

'Rationalising the Isle of Haptics' After Diller & Scofidio’s ‘blur building’ (2002), Pencil.

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Oliviu Lugojan-Ghenciu Architectural Association

Heaven 2.0, born from Biosphere 2 and Hollywood's film sets.

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Matthew Scammels Oxford Brookes University

To create an architectural connection on Ridley Road Market that incorporates the three chosen characters JMW Turner, Paco De Lucia and David Bowie, the market was the main focus of the project.

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Jane Willars University of Nottingham

Experiencing Stories explores the captivating world of children’s literature to identify common themes that are prevalent within; snugness, smallness, scariness, lightness and aliveness.

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Kayvan Sarvi Architectural Association

Decadence Ministry of Internal Affairs

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Jon White University of Lincoln

Beirut, Beirut’ is a project that aims to explore and understand the deep complexities and contradictions of a city of unparallel extremes.

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Dan Crawford University of the West of England

The project is located on a currently derelict building on the edge of Castle Park, Bristol. The previous Norwich Union office buildings are to be reinstated and adapted with a series of interventions throughout the site.

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Tijn van de Wijdeven Architectural Association

This project explores architecture through definitions of territoriality and control. The iconic rebrief draws a cyclical scenario of inhabitation of the Ryugyong Hotel in Pyongyang.

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Jonathan Pickford
University of Plymouth

Central to this strategy is adaptability, acting as a catalyst for a new industrial revolution. Education is a key component to ensure less reliance upon unstable global trends and producing knowledge to utilise the country’s vast natural resources.

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Abbas Norozi
Northumbria University

This project aims to enhance science and engineering education and resources in the region; create a hub for local creative industries

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Zoe Chan AA

The project takes you on a journey into an isolated world of pool spaces

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Bongami Muchemwa
Leeds Metropolitan University

When the opportunity to create a new park in Leeds City Centre arose, it was decided that it could include a scheme that would help tackle the decline in bee populations

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Ashley Clayton
DeMontfort University

A secret subterranean space for the construction, development and practice of magical tricks and illusions.

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Shen Fei Lam
Architectural Association

The project is developed as an subdivision of skyscraper in a series of clustered spaces-that can accommodate zones of major programmatic categories, in this way, clustering of any dominant programmatic component is avoided.

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Pier-Luigi Del Renzio
University of Kent

A modern re-interpretation of a traditional school of art

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Stefan Tribelnig
Royal College of Art

Can the Monarchy use architecture, mass entertainment and the potential of space exploration to boost their decaying legacy and ensure their brand of Britishness will survive forever?

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Ananth Ramaswamy
Architectural Association

The proposal is a wholesale market for flowers in the heart of the city which also acts as a flower recycling factory. Through means of scent extraction and organic waste processing, the market effectively uses the flower in its entirety.

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Jamie Rodgers Birmingham City University

A future scenario set in 2030 that explores the notion of borders and territories with specific reference to the American/Mexico border

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Keiichi Matsuda The Bartlett

The spatial organisation of data has important implications for architecture, as we re-evaluate the city as a human-computer interface

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Helen Goodwin Kingston University

A haphazard pocket of open space forming part of the London Development Agency’s ‘East London Green Grid’ is transformed by the placement of a crematorium, columbarium and cemetery into a public space.

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Nicholas Shurey University of Bath

The overarching aim for this programmatic hybrid is to redefine the monastic typology so that it responds to a 21st century city centre location.

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Matthew MacKinnon Edinburgh College of Art

In considering this centre for literature, I have been thinking about the act of reading, of engaging with books. With the continued rise of digital media, this project aims to reinvigorate the physical experience of books.

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Alan Keane University of Dundee

The premise for this experiment in theatre architecture is to acknowledge the limitations of designing the auditorium as a concluded exercise, to accept specific constraints and then to act on them.

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Graeme Winestone Liverpool John Moores

The Cidery explores the significance of the apple in human culture. The brief arises from the masterplan which is centred around a park, its aim is to resolve the existing cliff edge condition adjacent to the railway.

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M. Sneddon & S. Russell University of Strathclyde

As a pair of students, working towards our Post Graduate Diploma, we were given the impetus to engage in a process of finding a new/unconventional route to architectural practice after falling victim to redundancy due to economic changes.

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Will Laslett University of Westminster

This project is an exploration into the caverns of Naples.

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James Walker University of Greenwich

This design proposal proposes a new capacity for Robin Hood Gardens, one both dense and tense.

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