A special group, from their first project with performative actions and interventions, then a project with social responsibility around the world, another with the ecologies of the local recycling centre at Hatch Pond, finally to their thesis projects; they supported one another and forged new ways of thinking and creating, ready for the challenges of their futures.
Their final projects ranged across reiterative processing & modelling, performing tea, hydroponics and towers, located in Bournemouth, Salisbury and Bristol. These students have performed at a very high level and produced some fascinating work.
Architecture at the Arts University Bournemouth is about making and innovating. Centred around the themes of the perforative, projective and the ecological the MArch seeks to focus postgraduate students creative energy into a new projective casts and its fabrication.
Ed Frith, Course Leader . With thanks to: Simon Beeson, Richard Eastham, Rebecca Granger, Prof. Oren Lieberman, Richard Patterson, Dr Anthony Hollness, Michelle Lowe, Channa Vithana, & Visitors: Patrick Lewis, Simon Winter, Prof Par Gustafsson, Tom Heckford, Jake Humphrey, Massimo Melloni, Caitlin Philpotts