Architecture, Engineering & Interior Design
University of Plymouth
Within the context of hyper urbanisation, the value of socio-cultural traditions is diminishing in an increased presence of globalising forces.
This project reinvigorates and celebrates inherited rituals of the landscape. It marks the changing of the seasons through a dynamic architecture which respond to wind, water, moon and seasonal shifts — reforging forgotten linksnbetween people and the inherited connection to places.
The building itself becomes a recording apparatus through the changes and layers built up from one season to next and overtime.