Barnaby Dulley

P1 // Fly

With Florence Barbour

Project one challenged us with designing a small communal building for facilitating paragliding in the Peak District. It focused on the importance of understanding the subtle nuances of a predominantly sparse site as well as designing a scheme indicative of flight whilst conforming to the brief’s requirements for us to design a small, low impact structure.

‘Measure’
‘Territory’
Site Analysis
Design Development
Flight Exploration
The Cantilever
Internal Killer Drawing – Florence Barbour
External Killer Drawing – Barnaby Dulley
Ground Floor Plan
Lower Ground Floor Plan
Sections
Model Photography

P2 // Theatre

The second project introduced medium scale civil architecture, in a busy, up-and-coming region of Liverpool, Ropewalks. The nature of designing a theatre meant that this project required the creation of a delicate spatial experience, where the internal spaces were sensorily isolated from the urban context in which it was designed.

Neighbourhood Study
‘Type’ Task
Initial Design Massing
Exploring the Form
Sam Wanamaker Arrangement Diagram
Site Analysis
Enclosing the Theatre
The Scheme in Context
Section
Plans

P3 // Housing

The final project explored a housing brief in Burngreave, Sheffield. This project focused on detail and rigorous design, with the lengthy time span this project occupied allowing for in depth analysis and critical design development. This project also allowed for the exploration of an individual and unique design and style due to the flexible and minimal project brief provided.

Housing Manifesto
Site Analysis
Principles of Design
Initial Design Massing
Realising the Scheme
Site Plan
Section
Living In-between
A Sectional Perspective