Articles tagged "lewes

A perfect ramble.

Thu 11th Oct '18Filed under
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M'Arch Studio 4 went on their first site visit this week on a perfect autumn day . This year the Studio led by Jeff Turko  will be staying ...

Petrichor.

Mon 4th Jun '18Filed under
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The smell of rain falling on dry ground after a period of warm weather, petrichor; a unity of person, place, environment, activated through ...

Female Firsts.

Tue 6th Mar '18Filed under ,
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The “Female Firsts” exhibition is a recent tradition in the School of Architecture and Design to celebrate International Women’s Day ...

Lewes Light

Tue 17th Oct '17Filed under
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The LewesLight Festival aims to demonstrate how, through curated site-specific light installations, the town of Lewes might differently ...

Tensegrity

Tue 17th Oct '17Filed under
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Jack Wates created a highly successful light installation for this year's LewesLight Festival. Jack led the project for a site specific ...

Nothing

Tue 17th Oct '17Filed under
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Something, or nothing? Nothing, and something? Or, something from nothing? Or, if not nothing, then what apparently is not so much? The ...

Present Past

Thu 12th Oct '17Filed under
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In Studio 14 we are aiming to better understand our reading of the past. In continuing our 'reading' of Lewes we found that we invited to ...

Readings

Thu 12th Oct '17Filed under
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As part of the work for out 'Paper Clouds' project Studio 14 we travelled to Lewes, intent gathering 'readings' of the town. Our idea of ...

Duncan Baker Brown: Book Launch this Friday.

Wed 11th Oct '17Filed under
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What do these images have in common? Come and find out when Duncan Baker Brown launches his fantastic new book The Re Use Atlas: A ...

Edward Reeves Photography.

Wed 25th Jan '17Filed under
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Tom Reeves of Edward Reeves Photography in Lewes talked to Studio 15 about the history his family business which is thought to be the oldest ...