Exhibition: 14.09.2012 – 17.09.2012

MA Architecture and Interior Design

Re-use; Primary school in the Great Eastern Street Car Park, Shoreditch Johan Dehlin

This design based and research orientated course develops students’ design knowledge through intensive project work leading to an individual thesis.

Students come from a variety of architectural and spatial backgrounds where roles blur and design skills and knowledge need to be critical and responsive. Taught alongside the Professional Diploma in Architecture the course builds upon a common interest in spatial design and its critical theoretical framework.

The course combines design research projects, undertaken in a choice of practice-led studios, history & theory modules and a thesis.

The structure enables students to establish a substantial body of work that, together with personal areas of inquiry, form the basis of their thesis. This is an ambitious piece of work articulating the student’s original engagement with the subject and demonstrating an individual and rigorous application of design thinking.


Exhibition details

Private view Friday 14 September 2012, 6pm-10pm
Opening Friday 14 - Monday 17 September
Friday and Monday 10am-6pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm
Venue Spring House

Images

Aural Refuse

Alessio Fini

Temporality of Landscape

Sina Zekavat

Movement

Elin Lovisa Lindstrom

City within a City

Karl Eriksson

Seung Hwan Lee

Home away from Home

Moa Rundlöf

Walled Gardens at Rousham

Ryosuke Marumara

Time-Space colour Sphere

Gallery as an instrument

Hiroki Oya

Orford Ness

Port Hanne Talje

Side Entrance, Vaulted Interior

Sheree Modeste

Elin Lovisa Lindstrom

Water as space

Students

Alessio Fini
Brad Wheeler
Eun Su Aou
Hiroki Oya
Johannes Brattgard
Karl Eriksson
Sara Hellgren
Kate Mactiernan
Lovisa Lindstrom
Mirjam Nymalm
Sheree Modeste
Ryosuke Marumara