Articles tagged "Public space

Very successful ‘Ever After’ a workshop in Tokyo (online).

Thu 3rd Sep '20Filed under
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In these current times we all have a heightened awareness of how personal and public space allows for distance and movement.  So we were ...

Vivian wins RIBA Bursary.

Tue 15th Oct '19Filed under
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Congratulations to Vivian Wall, has won a bursary from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). Vivian Wall who is studying ...

Visit to refugee camps in Arctic Norway.

Thu 7th Feb '19Filed under
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Professor Robert Mull has  just returned from Kirkeness in Arctic Norway. Kirkeness is the most northerly destination for refugees fleeing ...

Studio 01 Brief: Cinque Port.

Tue 25th Sep '18Filed under
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West Street, Rye. Walking from Lamb House towards St Mary's church

Studio 01 returns this year, continuing to explore issues of place and character in the context of radical change. We will work in the ...

Studio 06 Brief: New Brighthelmstone.

Mon 24th Sep '18Filed under
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The investigation for the year will focus on re-imagining the multi-layered territory of Pool Valley, an area once dedicated to supporting ...

Brighton re imagined from afar.

Tue 13th Mar '18Filed under
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Nicolas Barthomeuf undertook an interesting project set in Brighton during his fifth year studies in Strasbourg. Here Nicolas describes some ...

Budapest Trip: Liget Project.

Wed 21st Feb '18Filed under
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Liget Budapest project is a complex development and renewal of Budapest’s Városliget (City Park), which was one of the world’s first ...

Eve Olsen receives Honorable Mention in Nagoya Prize

Sun 7th Jun '15Filed under
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Studio 01's Eve Olsen has received an Honorable Mention in the 2015 Nagoya Prize, awarded in recognition of outstanding artistic achievement ...