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Proposed Extension to Yeovil Crematorium

Proposed Extension to Yeovil Crematorium

The Blurb Our design concept is a simple one. We would like to infiltrate the existing deep-plan organisation of spaces and rooms with a natural daylight strategy and to employ daylight as the tool to craft and shape the existing spaces and to provide a simple and easy way-finding strategy when traversing through the various..
Lea Bridge Library

Lea Bridge Library

The Blurb HEX-a-Stage is a system of a series of hexagonal platforms (stages) and planting pattern of varying heights that interlock in an infinite variety of composition; encouraging children of all ages endless opportunities to create their own worlds and to inhabit them through play. The modular hexagonal pattern pixelates the large garden of Lea..
Brirley Road

Brirley Road

The Blurb Let us introduce you to the TREE-angle, our entry for Waltham Forest’s Making Places competition. Our idea is for a transitional resting place for passer-by to include the many daily Health Centre visitors and parents waiting to pick up their children from the primary school and local residents walking back from getting their..
Chef’s Corner

Chef’s Corner

The Blurb I don’t want to be the only bee! Our entry for Waltham Forest’s Making Places features a swarm of golden bees looking for a new home. A loner bee was present at the wall. We took this as a reference to the life of one local resident amongst the hustle and bustle of..
The Tower of many Moons

The Tower of many Moons

The tower is conceived as concentric rings of ‘moons’ (apertures) as one traverses to greater heights via each level. These inner rings are in different speed of revolution; producing apertures in varying states of eclipse. With the tower in a state of approaching eclipse; natural daylight and ventilation can be calibrated via the revolving rings;..
Ghetto Biennale – Gallery/Workshop

Ghetto Biennale – Gallery/Workshop

Gallery The Blurb The ghetto Architects are made up of Vivian Chan, Maccha Kasparian and Yuk Yee Phang (based in London and Paris) who spent time conducting field research with local contractors, NGO architects like Architecture for Humanity, Clinton Foundation and extensive consultations with the user artist groups and local community before presenting their proposal..