— PROJECT

'The Red Hand Reaches Out'


— DATE

third year term 2/3





Located within a city block in central Brighton, neighbouring Old Steine Gardens, the design is a smaller more intimate space for Nick Cave's 'Conversations With' Tour, bringing people together, a method of collective healing. User experience is key to the design, and close attention has been paid to details including lighting and materiality choices for this sensitive programme. The series of space invoke a journey for the user, travelling through a series of 'frames', of views and moments to be enjoyed.


— AWARDS

Won – The Head of School’s List For Excellence in Architectural

Design at RIBA Part 1

Nominated – The RIBA South East Part One Prize and The Feix and Merlin Architects Prize

Shortlisted for the School’s RIBA Bronze Medal Nomination

plan series demonstrating the integration of design and site

threshold analysis plan

The project has been developed with close attention and respect to the context of surrounding buildings. Through the initial design stage a combination of hand-drawing, montaging and models have been used to explore the design.