Category Archives: Student Blog

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Students update the progress on their projects in this blog page. They will vary from individual reflections to group contributions.
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Jewellery Multiplicity

Group 1 got the oppotunity to work with Wanshu Li and her “Go with the Glow” collection. As one of the outputs, we wanted to show off an idea we had where the users could view a space in 360.

Jewellery Multiplicity

Group 1 got the oppotunity to work with Wanshu Li and her “Go with the Glow” collection. As one of the outputs, we wanted to show off an idea we had where the users could view a space in 360.

Knowledge Exchange: Felix Woodhouse

How can engaging learning sessions in a remote environment have outcomes that can be shared to internal and external clientele? In Knowledge Exchange, our main objective was to identify issues within the practice, and come up with a solution to

Knowledge Exchange: Felix Woodhouse

How can engaging learning sessions in a remote environment have outcomes that can be shared to internal and external clientele? In Knowledge Exchange, our main objective was to identify issues within the practice, and come up with a solution to

Creating opportunities for small architectural practices by using social media platforms – James Gay

Introducing the Knowledge Exchange Module CoLAB is designed broadly to bridge an area of interest between academic study and professional reality. It is our task to undergo a kind of analysis and formulate an area of the profession we wish

Creating opportunities for small architectural practices by using social media platforms – James Gay

Introducing the Knowledge Exchange Module CoLAB is designed broadly to bridge an area of interest between academic study and professional reality. It is our task to undergo a kind of analysis and formulate an area of the profession we wish

Knowledge Exchange: Bilal Y. Rashid

Learning, Teaching and Exchange of Knowledge continued while in Practice Initially How can we develop a better and healthier working environment and urge interconnected office culture? I would like to explore how the working environment of an office can be

Knowledge Exchange: Bilal Y. Rashid

Learning, Teaching and Exchange of Knowledge continued while in Practice Initially How can we develop a better and healthier working environment and urge interconnected office culture? I would like to explore how the working environment of an office can be

Knowledge Exchange: Paige Maddox

Identifying a prominent issue within an architectural practice. Can we identify and navigate hidden boundries in client meetings to improve overall firm efficiency? Within the knowledge exchange module our aim is to identify a current issue within our own practice

Knowledge Exchange: Paige Maddox

Identifying a prominent issue within an architectural practice. Can we identify and navigate hidden boundries in client meetings to improve overall firm efficiency? Within the knowledge exchange module our aim is to identify a current issue within our own practice

Group 1 – Frameworks for Environmental Justice

Ryan Cooksey – Edit – Using text / images from the group submission. Our task: To design a toolkit Professional Practitioners who are involved with implementing ideas into the Ward End Community by focusing on factors to address Environmental Injustices.

Group 1 – Frameworks for Environmental Justice

Ryan Cooksey – Edit – Using text / images from the group submission. Our task: To design a toolkit Professional Practitioners who are involved with implementing ideas into the Ward End Community by focusing on factors to address Environmental Injustices.

Frameworks for Environmental Justice – Group 2

Initial research into Ward End Week 7: Finalisation of group outputs During our seventh project session, we were able to create a final plan for the outputs of our project. Through previous research and interviews, we had identified a number

Frameworks for Environmental Justice – Group 2

Initial research into Ward End Week 7: Finalisation of group outputs During our seventh project session, we were able to create a final plan for the outputs of our project. Through previous research and interviews, we had identified a number

Connected Chelmsley (Landscape, Topology & Topography) | Mapping Layer Studies

Following the Key Terms mapping we them looked at mapping the layers of information in Chelmsley Wood.It was from our learning from the key terms task that would inform the direction of the mapping layers, with the following maps looking

Connected Chelmsley (Landscape, Topology & Topography) | Mapping Layer Studies

Following the Key Terms mapping we them looked at mapping the layers of information in Chelmsley Wood.It was from our learning from the key terms task that would inform the direction of the mapping layers, with the following maps looking

Ascension fabric in installation

Following the interim reviews, we split into four different groups to prepare elements for the Parkside shell installation. I along with two others worked on preparing the fabric element of the experience. In preparation for the installation we needed to

Ascension fabric in installation

Following the interim reviews, we split into four different groups to prepare elements for the Parkside shell installation. I along with two others worked on preparing the fabric element of the experience. In preparation for the installation we needed to

St Edmunds Mentoring: Last Meeting regarding submission

Final week: 05/04/2020 Before the final submission, myself and the group used this last chance to analyse what improvements could be made on the portfolio with any additional sources that were missing. This web call via Microsoft teams was very

St Edmunds Mentoring: Last Meeting regarding submission

Final week: 05/04/2020 Before the final submission, myself and the group used this last chance to analyse what improvements could be made on the portfolio with any additional sources that were missing. This web call via Microsoft teams was very

Abiotic x Biotic Roof Garden

Collaborators: Long See, Naim Choudhury, Yiru Xu, Voon Hui Chau Students From: MA Architecture/ BA Architecture / BA Landscape Architecture Year: 2020 Coordinator: Eccles Ng Project Partner: Marshalls About this project Our Co-lab project is a collaboration with Marshalls company

Abiotic x Biotic Roof Garden

Collaborators: Long See, Naim Choudhury, Yiru Xu, Voon Hui Chau Students From: MA Architecture/ BA Architecture / BA Landscape Architecture Year: 2020 Coordinator: Eccles Ng Project Partner: Marshalls About this project Our Co-lab project is a collaboration with Marshalls company

Autonomy, Complicity, Ascension | Graphics PDF & Final sharing input

After we tested our initial projections in the shell for the testing process during week 7, as the graphics teams we decided to further allocate roles within the group as to who would produce what piece of work for the

Autonomy, Complicity, Ascension | Graphics PDF & Final sharing input

After we tested our initial projections in the shell for the testing process during week 7, as the graphics teams we decided to further allocate roles within the group as to who would produce what piece of work for the