Tomasz Crompton

MA work

ADS3


The proposal prescribes for a ‘Vessel Infrastructure’ as part of a ‘Global Health Service’, delivered as a healthcare trade between developed nations and developing countries.


Docking at various ports of call on its voyage around the world, medical skill sets are exchanged, with both demographics mutually benefiting from the import and export of knowledge and science, for affordable, skilled treatments.


The architectural strategy takes the existing structure of an aircraft carrier and appropriates it through making incisions into the framework. Cavities are created into which medical, leisure and food services for the private and public sectors can be inserted.


Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Architecture

    Programme

    MA Architecture, 2011

  • ADS3


    The proposal prescribes for a ‘Vessel Infrastructure’ as part of a ‘Global Health Service’, delivered as a healthcare trade between developed nations and developing countries.


    Docking at various ports of call on its voyage around the world, medical skill sets are exchanged, with both demographics mutually benefiting from the import and export of knowledge and science, for affordable, skilled treatments.


    The architectural strategy takes the existing structure of an aircraft carrier and appropriates it through making incisions into the framework. Cavities are created into which medical, leisure and food services for the private and public sectors can be inserted.


  • Degrees

  • BA (Hons), Architecture, Manchester School of Architecture, 2008
  • Experience

  • Beetles House (Japanese Teahouse construction for Victoria and Albert Museum), Fujimori Terunobu Studio, London, 2010; Teaching assistant/external critic, Manchester School of Architecure, 2009-11; Technician and Assistant (Art Department), Xaverian Sixth Form College, Manchester, 2009; RIBA part 1 placement, Sheppard Robson Architects, Manchester, 2008-9
  • Exhibitions

  • Stephen Lawrence Bursary Alumni Exhibition, SBR Architects, Covent Garden, London, 2011
  • Awards

  • Third prize, Man Group Drawing Prize, 2011; Winner, Stephen Lawrence Trust Bursary Award, 2010; Finalist, Architectural Design, Northern Design Competition, 2008