Studying Interior Architecture and Design at Canterbury School of Architecture at UCA.

Projects 2011/2012
BODYSCAPE 01 BODYSCAPE 02 BODYSCAPE 03 Terrain 01 Synoptic 01
Cultural Context
Technology
Projects 2012/2013
Fabricate 01 Fabricate 02 The Activist Interior
Install Theme
Tiny Travelling Theatre

2012 / Installation - Aberrant Architecture
Tiny Travelling Theatre
2012 / Installation - Aberrant Architecture

arquitecturavisual:

Sou Fujimoto - House NA. Tokyo, Japan. 2010.

Photo: Iwan Baan

Designed for a young couple in a quiet Tokyo neighborhood, the 914 square-foot transparent house contrasts the typical concrete block walls seen in most of Japan’s dense residential areas. Associated with the concept of living within a tree, the spacious interior is comprised of 21 individual floor plates, all situated at various heights, that satisfy the clients desire to live as nomads within their own home.

Sou Fujimoto states, “The intriguing point of a tree is that these places are not hermetically isolated but are connected to one another in its unique relativity. To hear one’s voice from across and above, hopping over to another branch, a discussion taking place across branches by members from separate branches. These are some of the moments of richness encountered through such spatially dense living.”

Via: mooponto

(via superarchitects)

architectural-review:

Black pen and watercolor on watercolor paper.
Drawing size 76x56cm
Master thesis project 2013
© Alexandre Arcens

architectural-review:


Black pen and watercolor on watercolor paper.

Drawing size 76x56cm

Master thesis project 2013

© Alexandre Arcens

(via dvyce)

aqqindex:

Peter Cook, Plug-In City, 1962-1964

aqqindex:

Peter Cook, Plug-In City, 1962-1964

West Kowloon Cultural District by OMA

Open House London 2013

The Activist Interior 

A4C - A4 Art for Charity

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I entered the below work into the A4C: A4 Art For Charity exhibition in Maidstone. This work is influenced by a Promenade Architecturellethrough Canterbury. I was drawn to the patterns I saw and also the variety of spaces that compose Canterbury. I questioned the definition of public space and how it is perceived. I found that by repeating and manipulating everyday objects we often overlook, new patterns and forms can be created. It can also begin to provoke thought and even redefine objects. This interested in pattern and perception is something which I have continued and developed in my work. 

SCIN : Fondle + Squeeze

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Bed of nails.

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