Holly Beechener

  P1| Cycle Centre “To me a bicycle is a machine of magic… taking me on to the ways of satisfied happiness; giving to me the good friendship I enjoy with others, and to share with me the delights and ecstasies of the outdoors. It gives to me the pleasures of mingling the past with […]

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Elizabeth Crook

  In my first two years at the Sheffield School of Architecture I have been encouraged to try and test a number of creative techniques in order to develop my skill set, from drawing and computer aided design to model making and casting concrete. This page features a selection of my work from second year, following […]

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Adam Johnson

p1. threshold Located near Burbage in the Peak District, at an abandonded quarry, the Observatory nestles itself within the barren landscape atop the quarry, with views out across the Peaks. The threshold between the natural environment and human intervention is an obvious one, with the imposing quarry face adopted by nature over time. Stargazing fanatics […]

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