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#SKETCHBOOKTHOUGHTS 188

CULTURAL CAPITAL | THE HEN OR THE EGG?

09.11.17

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RISK

08.11.17

 

Art = Risk

 

Risk = Development

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MADE IN BRITAIN

07.11.17

 

 

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EDIT & UPDATE | LIFETIME HOME

02.11.17

The ways in which we live and grow as people are ever-changing.

The average person could change careers up to seven times during their lifetime. Do our homes reflect this movement through our journeys?

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RENTING LIFESTYLE

15.10.17

 

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Delicious barista style coffee, a social life on your doorstep, all of the cutting-edge technology and Instagram-worthy dinners! Darn near the perfect way to live.

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#SKETCHBOOKTHOUGHTS 183

REDEFINING 'INFILL'

10.10.17

Infill is the urban planning term for the rededication of land in a built-up urban environment, usually challenging in terms of development, to new construction.


Infill sites are the cracks in the fabric of our cities; neglected but awash with potential. Their limits are not a restriction, but rather a unique quality to be rethought and responded to with innovative design and the artistry of construction.

#SKETCHBOOKTHOUGHTS 182

THE FABRIC OF HACKNEY WICK

05.10.17

 

 

 

 

 

 

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WAREHOUSE CONTROL

30.09.17

 

 

As a society, we crave the warehouse look. Therefore, there is a demand for new standards of design: no compromises should be made, we desire a fabricated industrial feeling.

The proposed development regulations of the new build warehouse as per contemporary society’s desires (aligning with current trends)—

(a) the designer carrying out such development should ensure the space—

(i) consists of bold, imposing features

(ii) towering, lofty heights and vast light/ open spaces

(iii) comprise of raw, energetic materials

(iv) epitomise gritty and atmospheric industrial-chic