Oxford Architecture Yearbook 2008

The yearbook showcases a number of the scholar paintings performed through the 2006/2013 educational years – together with undergraduate studios, degree and Masters studios and programmes, and examine levels – and likewise offers a photograph of our learn and different actions, in addition to the paintings of the RIBA Office-Based exam applicants. Oxford Brookes used to be lately named via the a hundred top architectural practices within the united kingdom because the top structure tuition outdoor London and the quantity institution total. the paintings provided the following it isn't challenging to determine why our graduates are so hugely regarded...

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What do we think about prisons? Are they there to punish or to teach? How close can a society get to the reality of death? We think of Venice’s San Michele cemetery island.... By the end of the year students had learned that detail and small scale is as important as the bigger picture and that, as architects, we must be athletic in dealing gracefully with both. Unit G BA Hons Architecture This year the unit was concerned with transportation infrastructure, the relationship between local and international, the transient nature of city, urban influx and the reintroduction of the airship as mass transport.

Overleaf left, from top: Caroline Cage, section detail; elevation; Caroline Cage, model; Chris River; Jean Baptiste Bouvet; overleaf right: Chris River, perspective DS4 Diploma Simon Henley, Bruno Silvestre Anila Amarasinghe, Benjamin Clark, Ben Doherty, Surna Dookhit, Thomas Easdown, Caroline Ford, Mafalda Franco, Shreepriya Khaitan, Jennifer Lau, Shamilal Mendis, Ronald Pettipas, Ravi Ramkalawan, James Renfrew, Kate Scicluna, Henrietta Temple The tomb revealed personal histories, experience and beliefs, and it provoked some to express agnosticism and atheism.

DS1 Diploma Richard Rose-Casemore, Nick Hockley Lucy Cahill, Simon Chung, Philip Coyle, Andrew Davies, Matthew Davies, Sarah Davies, Shane Doherty, Rupert Ford, Sai Man Ho, Amy Hollands, Pinelopi Kalavria, Aylin Ludwig, Clare Murray, Erica Pereira Preto Esteves Vaz, Mahdieh Pourali-Bazardeh, Peter Preston, Sylvia Synodinou, Rebecca Tomlinson, Ioannis Tzavelakos This year’s programme involved designing a new Pavilion for the Venice Biennale. The British Pavilion in the Giardini was originally built in 1887 by the Italian engineer Enrico Trevisanato as a restaurant to serve the International Art Exhibition, a forerunner of the first Venice Biennale founded in 1895.

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