Wong Chiu Ho Anthony

    YEAR 2 PORTFOLIO About The Second Year at the Sheffield School of Architecture was a valuable time for me to re-evaluate my previous design methods and to experiment on techniques that I wasn’t comfortable with in the First Year, expanding my skills in both hand-made and computer-made methods. Throughout the 3 three studio projects with […]

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Pengnanxi Wang (Nanxi)

Contact me: pwang18@sheffield.ac.uk P1 CYCLE HUB Joint project with Natalie Liow The brief is to design a small bicycle hub in a given landscape. The building must contain storage for 40 bikes, a sales desk, bike repair area, café, and two accessible toilets with shower. The site is essentially a forgotten piece of greenery surrounded […]

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Angelina Constanti

YEAR 2 PORTFOLIO Project 1 ‘Walker’s refuge’ ‘’When walking, you see things that you miss in a motor car or on the train. You give your mind space to ponder.’’, Tom Hodgkinson We have designed a walker’s refuge in Castleton. A threshold in a huge green plain next to the mountains so the walkers could […]

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Lawrence Tang

  Y R   2   P O R T F O L I O     Throughout my Second Year at University of Sheffield School of Architecture, I have expanded my knowledge and skills that I had learnt from First Year, pushing myself into new areas that I had previously not explored. Principally, I have tried to establish […]

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Rianna Grant

P1 Observatory For Project One, we were asked to design an observation facility in the Peak District, on Higger Tor, a joint project with Andreea Triscaru. I decided to design an observatory allowing students of the University of Sheffield to use as part of their studies, as the Peak District provides a good dark spot to observe […]

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Aaliyah Lawal

P1: Bicycle Hub Project 1 was a 4-week long paired project I completed with Ranti Ehinmola that focused on the threshold of a building and challenged the importance of distinguishing one place from another. The brief was to create a bicycle hub in a rural part of Kelham Island, Sheffield, that would serve as a pit […]

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Marcus Goff

P3 Housing: The brief asked for a minimum density of 50 d/ha, and set a house size of 100sqm +/- 10% as a basis for discussion. The site is in Burngreave, a largely residential district north of the city centre. Burngreave has multicultural and diverse community, with many local businesses and sub-communities. My site is […]

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Madeleine Hill

Project 1 – ‘Caver’s Shelter’ My partner and I chose a site near Peak Cavern to design a caver’s shelter. This is a place for cavers to rest after a long day exploring the caves. The heart of the shelter is the campfire area where the cavers can gather round and share their experiences. Project […]

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Mathilda Lewis

P1- CYCLE CENTRE “BIKING IS ABOUT RHYTHM AND FLOW. ITS THE WIND IN YOUR FACE AND THE CHALLENGE OF HAMMERING UP A LONG HILL. ITS THE REWARD AT THE TOP AND THE THRILL OF A HIGH SPEED DESCENT. BIKING LETS YOU COME ALIVE IN BOTH BODY AND SPIRIT. AFTER A WHILE THE BIKE DISAPPEARS BENEATH […]

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Harriet Stride

P1 LEAVENING  Study the leavening process in baking and design a bakery in the Rivelin Valley, providing a wood-fired bread oven, teaching facilities and a café. This project required us to thoroughly investigate the baking process, exploring space required, learning about the necessary equipment and understanding how a bakery is run.  We began with visits […]

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