Alice Appleby

Project 1 Creating a retreat for cavers before and after their adventures was the brief for our project, with the site being the nearby Peak Cavern in Castleton. With such a dramatic site, our structure had to be not only functional but also impressive. We took our inspiration for the form from the figure of eight […]

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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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Adam Ayub

After concluding my second year of studies at the Sheffield School of Architecture, I certainly feel that the design projects, assignments and workload have moulded me into a better and more well rounded architecture student. Above all, this year has instilled within me, the importance of every step within the design process. I understand more greatly the value […]

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Abbie Caton

P1. ‘Walk’ ‘Walking is not a sport… walking is the best way to go more slowly than any other method that has ever been found.’  – From a Philosophy of walking, Frederic Gros, Verso, London 2014 The brief was to design a temporary public shelter with a multipurpose space for activities, cooking and eating, as […]

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