Exhibition: 26.06.2014 – 06.07.2014

Unit 13

Alan Benzie: Pylon / House

Adventures in Arcadia

About the show

Following the river Lea from Hackney Wick to Harlow, we explore new ideas in productive living, and make proposals for types of settlement.

The London masses may be on the cusp of a locational shift, from an urban renaissance to an arcadian arrival. As international capital continues to inflate the centre’s value the waves of settlement push ever outwards. We all want space - to sleep, eat, think, build, grow, shout and share – but few can afford to live where the many think they want to. Can we develop a more open and inclusive model of settlement located away from the centre, on the edges of the city, that combines the social and cultural potential of the urban with the spatial generosity and productiveness of the rural?

Exhibition details

Location Central House 2nd Floor
Course Professional Diploma in Architecture RIBA 2
Unit Unit 13

Students' work

Alan Benzie

Pylon / House - Model 1:100

Daniel Miodrag

1:100 model, rapid prototyping

Vincenzo Di-Trolio

A comparison of Leeside Road and Pol de Ermita

Jerome Edwards

A comparison of the role of ornament

Daniel Miodrag

Comparison - Newhall Be Harlow and Marbella

Francesca White

The monuments of Cordoba

James Woodcock

A House Style for Sedge Green

Francesca White - Timber model

Civic strategy for area around river Moselle

Edward Dale-Harris

Front to Back Plot for Life

Harold Hill

Enfield Garden Island - Fictive advertising poster

Matthew Mure

Harlow Artist Studios

Jack Richards

Town Hall study - Digital image

James Pang

An image of the settlement

Jerome Edwards

Slowly Mead - Digital image

Vincenzo Di-Trolio

SHED – New live work concept housing in Edmonton

Simon Thorpe

Start-Up Suburbia

Jack Richards

Mark Hall North, Reminiscence Centre, Harlow

James Pang

Co-operative housing within a greenhouse

James Pang

Working in the communal productive greenhouse