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Stefan Tribe

MA work

ADS4: IMMORTALITY

Can the monarchy use architecture, mass entertainment and the potential of space exploration to boost their decaying legacy and ensure their brand of Britishness will survive forever?

This year I speculate on a future British monarchy and its emerging involvement in housing, energy production and theme park culture, in a bid to engage with a modern public. Using a ruinous Windsor Park as a starting point, I use cinematic narrative devices and an archaeological sensibility to present a piece of ‘real fiction’, derived entirely from real-world statistics, which reveals the ultimate destiny of the monarchy in the twenty-first century.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Architecture

    Programme

    MA Architecture, 2010

  • ADS4: IMMORTALITY

    Can the monarchy use architecture, mass entertainment and the potential of space exploration to boost their decaying legacy and ensure their brand of Britishness will survive forever?

    This year I speculate on a future British monarchy and its emerging involvement in housing, energy production and theme park culture, in a bid to engage with a modern public. Using a ruinous Windsor Park as a starting point, I use cinematic narrative devices and an archaeological sensibility to present a piece of ‘real fiction’, derived entirely from real-world statistics, which reveals the ultimate destiny of the monarchy in the twenty-first century.

  • Degrees

  • BA (Hons), Architecture, London South Bank University, 2003
  • Experience

  • Architectural designer, Urban Salon Architects, London, 2005-8; Architectural designer, Terry Farrell & partners, London, 2004/5
  • Exhibitions

  • The Big Squeeze, Royal College of Art, London, 2009; BOOM!, Royal College of Art, London, 2009
  • Awards

  • Nominated, RIBA President's Medals Student Awards Bronze Medal, 2003; Featured in print, Part 1, BD Class of 2003, 2003