David Abi Ghanem

 Florence heritage database: Re-imagining histories | Florence, Italy | Unit 21 | 2023 My project investigates the creative capacity of a database, examining its capacity to visually portray the relationships between artifacts and to inform the design of a building. This design tool enables the re-interpretation of cultural historical narratives and opens up discussions on the interconnected character of different cultures and their heritage. Moreover, it empowers the viewer/manipulator of

San Tu

Visualising the Intangible, Capturing Endangered Languages | Florence, Italy | Unit 21 | 2023 Florence has been a theatre of language discussions since the fourteenth century. Until 1861 the Italian peninsula was formed of many states, each with its own language or dialect. Italian was adopted as the official language with the unification of Italy. Previously, the Italian language was a literary language based on Tuscan as spoken mostly by

Priscilla Wong

The Manual to Un-Archaeology | Athens, Greece | Unit 21 | 2019 Awarded Distinction for Design and Distinction for Thesis Click to see Thesis Click to see 4th year work This project explores an alternative heritage practice in the Ancient Agora of Athens, where the site is reactivated as a public space; restoring its original function but finding form in playful investigations of material and human agency. It seeks to re-assess the ways

Joe Travers-Jones

Tour-in Heritage | Turin, Italy | Unit 21 | 2018 Awarded Distinction for Design & Distinction for Thesis   Click to see Thesis Click to see 4th year work Click image to zoom–>   Torino’s first post Industrial Landscape During the 70’s and 80’s Torino’s thriving industries were hit by a huge oil crisis that halted the city’s once thriving automotive industry. This increased the levels of unemployment and the