Park Hill, Sheffield

Park Hill, Sheffield

Park Hill, completed in 1961, is a radical housing scheme that attempted to invent a new and modern way of living. The estate, designed by architects Jack Lynn and Ivor Smith (under city architect John Lewis Womersley), attempted to bring the treasured traditional British street culture into what has been nicknamed, the ‘streets in the sky‘. Behind the brutalist concrete grid-facade is something of a more human level – a community that resides in a...
Arts Töwer

Arts Töwer

The Arts Tower – a landmark of both the University of Sheffield and the skyline of the city in which it sits. Designed by 'Gollins, Melvin, Ward & Partners' the Arts Tower still remains the tallest university building in the UK since its opening in 1966, and contains one of the last surviving Paternoster lifts in Europe. It is also home to the Sheffield School of Architecture.
SSoA employability + enterprise

SSoA employability + enterprise

As Development Assistant, the Sheffield School of Architecture (SSoA) required to develop the School’s new Employability + Enterprise website. This online resource aims to support architecture students with information and guidance relating to their professional qualification and career in becoming an Architect, but also provides inspiration relating to alternative careers related to architecture and design through celebrating the careers of SSoA alumni. The scope of work consisted of the creation and development of the SSoA...
Architecture portfolio

Architecture portfolio

Designed and built to hold and showcase my undergraduate architecture portfolio. The case is fabricated from 15mm plywood with suede crafted hinges  and features a stencilled laser cut front revealing the birch ply surface beneath. Read the feature here: Architizer – How to Create a Killer Résumé and Portfolio
Curation

Curation

A sculptural work based upon the notion of the curation of artefacts for protection and preservation.
Ident

Ident

Personal logo for freelance event and club photographer, George James. Intended use as a graphical logo in its own right and well as a watermark for photos.
Contact cards

Contact cards

Laser etched and cut from 1mm board, the cards feature a perforated-circular design. The holder is made up of glued laser cut layers and features a gap in the top right for easy pickup of a card. Each card takes approximately five minutes to etch and cut. Typographical design was achieved in collaboration with John Chia. The telephone number displayed below is a placeholder number.
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