Architecture + Infrasound
The primary focus is on the lower frequency level of sound. The ecology of a particular site has been utilised, a post industrial landscape on the edge of Croydon, to create a sophisticated visual dialogue between the site and various designed acoustic structures. Much as a violin or a piano forms an acoustic box to modify the sound, here structures on a monumental scale have been simulated to make a new kind of environment, a sort of soundscape. Natural variations found in the landform articulate the dramatic beauty of these sound waves. A perfect testing facility where sound becomes objectified.
School of Architecture
MA Architecture, 2015
My previous experience has allowed to me to work on a variety of projects, from a neuroscience laboratory in London, schools in Haiti, to gilding a telephone box in copper for the charity ChildLine. This diversity is what excites me about architecture and is what I hope to continue.
I also have a passion for designing through making, typically models but also products and instruments. It has become an increasingly important part of my design process and one that I hope to continue throughout my career.
- BA Architecture, University of Liverpool, 2011
- Architect, Article 25 Architects, London, 2012–13; Architect, Ian Ritchie Architects, 2011–12; Architectural asistant, Mark Dudek and Associates Architects, 2010
- Made in Liverpool Exhibition, Wolstenholme Creative Space, Liverpool, 2012