A city is like a piece of fabric. Its elements are not isolated, but carefully threaded together. Each building has social and physical elements that enhance the image of the city. In Belfast the identification of areas of environmental coherence is quite difficult, as many buildings have been demolished causing a dramatic change in the […]Read more "Today’s Presence, Tomorrow’s Absence"
Words can not describe how much I loved staying in this city. So pictures will just have to do. C.VRead more "Toronto. Views"
Hey, its been a while since I’ve had a chance to post things up here. I have literally been flat out with work and trying to catch up on Stranger Things etc. but I obviously need to get my priorities sorted and post more! Anywho, I’ve uploaded a few snaps of my recent trip in Antwerp, Belgium. Check […]Read more "Antwerp. Belgium"
Housing for Elderly in Creative Quarter. Nantes. France. C.VRead more "Portfolio Preview"
Hey As part of Belfast School of Art’s Festival of Art & Design 2016 Mark Orange (Artist from Belfast, based in New York) has a new audio installation on the demolishment of the Orpheus Building (that former Co-Op / ballroom / Ulsters Fine Arts building that is currently being knocked down). The artist conducted a series […]Read more "Event. Tune In"
Hey! Below is some mapping work that I have been working on recently for a new project based in Nantes, France. There are a few diagrams that I have been using to map general ground floor activity within certain key areas that I was interested in like streets, plazas etc. which will be applied to for a proposed site. Before I get to […]Read more "Mapping"
I recently visited the ‘Unité’ in Nantes, France. You know that brutalist concrete jungle tower that just looks like one crazy big residential housing block. Well it’s only just designed by one of the most influential modernist architects to ever live. Le Corbusier. No biggie! Not only did this style of tower block kick start the modern movement, but […]Read more "Unité. Nantes"