Joe McKibben, MArch Design Project, 2018. The Paternal Urban Base is a childcare centre aimed at fathers that focuses on play and risk, providing a platform for men to take on primary care roles in a drive for a more gender equal society.
Dulcie Foster Finn, MArch Design Project, 2020. It’s the year 2035 in Sheffield and The Wicker Commons has been operating as a place for local governance for 3 years. As a response to the failing centralised political system, the Wicker Community Land Trust pioneered a new way of doing things. They rejected the […]
Emma Warbrick, MArch Design Project, 2018. The project was undertaken within Carolyn Butterworth’s Studio In-Residence, which bridges art and architecture, encouraging community embedded design informed by pre-occupation with theatre as a tool for enhancement of the city.
Holly Madeley, MArch Design Project, 2020. he project takes the form of a community-owned jewellery workshop, in which jewellery can be made out of household recyclables such as plastic and glass bottles. The building is to be located in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, and […]
Katherine Dauncey and Clare Timpani, MArch Design Project, 2020. Our Place is a new model of community centre that belongs on every highstreet in the country. This project offers an alternative response to current pressures facing the social care system while also offering a regeneration strategy for the declining highstreet.
Lydia Whitehouse, MArch Design Project, 2020. Over the past decade, institutions in the West have been increasingly expected to recognise their past and present links to colonialism, as an act of care to the multicultural societies they serve. However, the UK Government has remained largely silent […]
Mia Owen, MArch Design Project, 2020. “House of Realness” is a project that explores how the identity of communities could be reflected through architecture and the urban environment. Specifically, the project focuses on the LGBTQ+ community in Sheffield.
Niamh Lincoln, MArch Design Project, 2015. The thesis looked at the social repercussions of heightened political hostility on marginalised communities across three adjacent wards in Sheffield.
Holly Barker, MArch Design Project, 2014. The thesis develops upon an understanding that place is made by people over time. Partnering through the year with council arts initiative ‘Blackburn is Open’, the project combines […]