Chengbin Shou

New Rovertou Galli Park | Athens, Greece| Unit 21 | 2019 Click to see Design Realisation The Project is a renovation project of Rovertou Galli Park in Athens which allows visitors to interactively determine the building’s appearance and makes the Acropolis more connected to the city context. The main function of the park has a strong connection to today’s information technology, which encourages visitors to leave their own information and existence

Tonia Tkachenko

PSYCHOGEOGRAPHIC CARTOGRAPHY OF CYCLING LONDON | London, UK | Unit 21 | 2014 COPENHAGEN ARTS TERRAIN | Copenhagen, Denmark | Unit 21 | 2014 Awarded Distinction for Design Click to see Thesis     Mapping Experience of Urban Fabric from Cyclist’s Perspective The project aims to map the unique experience of urban fabric from the cyclist’s perspective. A situationist drift- dérive  journey is taken, where a camera is attached to the helmet to capture and the cyclist’s

Sara L’Esperance

PAVILION | Tremenheere Art Park, Penzance | Unit 21 | 2013 MEDINA PARASITE | Tangier, Morocco | Unit 21 | 2013 Tremenheere Wonderland In October the unit traveled to Cornwall where we visited the Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens; a completely artificial manifestation of a dream landscape with large scale exotic and sub-tropical planting interwoven with contemporary art installations. The fabricated landscape of the garden brought up an interesting question to do with

Wendy Lin

PAVILION | Tremenheere Art Park, Penzance | Unit 21 | 2013 CITY LIBRARY | Tangier, Morocco | Unit 21 | 2013 Pavilion The project explores how historic events can be used as an inspiration for architectural design. The new pavilion at Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens translates the past qualities of a 15th Century vineyard that previously existed on the site. Rosettes were designed based on vine-leaves that can be grown on site

Simona Schroeder

PAVILION | Tremenheere Art Park, Penzance | Unit 21 | 2013 SEEING THE UNSEEN | Tangier, Morocco | Unit 21 | 2013 Pavilion Seeing the Unseen // Tangier’s Horizontal Medina “We are not tourists. We are travelers” – “Oh. What is the difference?” – “A tourist is someone who thinks about going home the moment they arrive … Whereas a traveler might not come back at all” (Paul Bowles – The

Naomi Gibson

PANORAMA | London | Unit 21 | 2013 PAVILION | Tremenheere Art Park, Penzance | Unit 21 | 2013 STOCK EXCHANGE | Tangier, Morocco | Unit 21 | 2013 Panorama = “The Panorama-Map of Pedestrian Navigation” The intention for this project was to produce a drawing that expressed the pedestrian experience and also formed a navigational tool for complex junctions. The characteristics useful to navigation in both panoramas and maps

Risa Nagasaki

Pavilion The new pavilion consisting of a multi-functional space and a gallery, overlooks the majestic Mounts Bay and the iconic St.Michael’s Mount. The architecture explores the idea of shifting focus and views of the local landscape to create different and individual experiences, playing with the idea of blurring the boundaries between architecture and nature. When first approached, the architecture is hidden within the forest of trees and only once walking

Hong Hew

PANORAMA | London | Unit 21 | 2013 PAVILION | Tremenheere Art Park, Penzance | Unit 21 | 2013 FOLKLORE MUSEUM | Tangier, Morocco | Unit 21 | 2013 The Pavilion of Manufactured Experience and The Museum of Folklore This year’s project begins with an exploration to study the relationship between motion and perception experience using a panorama. Our movement in space defines the views we see, and our means

Sayan Skandarajah

PANORAMA | London | Unit 21 | 2013 PAVILION | Tremenheere Art Park, Penzance | Unit 21 | 2013 RESTITUTED TERRITORIES | Tangier, Morocco | Unit 21 | 2013 Between a Glimpse and A front “Between a glimpse and a front” examines the potential of subversion within the realm of visual perception. The project exploits the limits of the line of sight, using it as a tool to conceal, highlight and