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Marco Curtaz

MA work

The pace of development in biomedical technology is such that many theories predict a significant increase in life expectancy and birth rates within the next twenty years. As a result, Britain would experience an initial growth in older and younger populations: the least economically productive ends of the social spectrum. We speculate on an expanding built environment that is considerably affected by budgetary constraint, and where the postmillennial workhouse presents an opportunity to bypass the failing welfare system. In this community of trade, high-standard housing, education and medical treatment are exchanged for young and elderly assistance in medical research.

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Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Architecture

    Programme

    MA Architecture, 2008

  • Contact

  • 07966 904469
  • The pace of development in biomedical technology is such that many theories predict a significant increase in life expectancy and birth rates within the next twenty years. As a result, Britain would experience an initial growth in older and younger populations: the least economically productive ends of the social spectrum. We speculate on an expanding built environment that is considerably affected by budgetary constraint, and where the postmillennial workhouse presents an opportunity to bypass the failing welfare system. In this community of trade, high-standard housing, education and medical treatment are exchanged for young and elderly assistance in medical research.

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  • Degrees

  • BArch Architecture, University of Nottingham, 2005
  • Experience

  • Architectural Assistant, RMJM Architects, Cambridge, 2004; Architectural Assistant, Building Design Partmership, London, 2005-7