Glimpses into futurescapes as a young architect explores the transformation of place.
Over 650 students from the Bartlett School of Architecture will be exhibiting an incredible range of inventive, creative and visual work including models, drawings, films, multimedia installations and digital fabrications. This will be the first Summer Show to take advantage of the versatile new spaces in the School’s completely refurbished home at 22 Gordon Street.
Saturday 24 June – Saturday 8 July 2017, 10.30 –20.00
22 Gordon Street, London WC1H 0QB
Exhibition Party and Speeches.
Friday 23 June 2017, 19.00
Main Quadrangle of UCL, Gower St, London WC1E 6BT
(no access to Summer Show exhibition)
Definition : a holiday in a suitcase.
A MAarch student from the Bartlett School of Architecture is proposing a game of world play.
The landscape will transport a child from their bedroom to another far away place through the use of layered imagery, craft and imagination. The purpose of this game is to raise awareness and help children gain an understanding of other cultures in the London boroughs and the world.
Through the use of digital technology and projection mapping in order to create layers of imagery, this will articulate the design and transform a space from one place into another. This layered imagery will also portray the amalgamation of cultures in London society. The form will change to reflect the children’s cultural imaginations.
Transformation of place.
From certain perspectives the colours appear to overlap and create a beautiful landscape within the geometric form. The children will receive layers of imagery, an amalgamation of the country they are travelling to, as well imagery that define their own borough. When children congregate once a month to combine their creations, this blurring and combination of imagery will be achieved.