joe best architecture

A representation of my progressive Architectural studies

Suprematist Paper Folds

A study of dynamic Architecture with the influence of the suprematist movement, and triangular geometry. This was a study not only into folding but also creating a series of programs and building types through the geometry.

PlaneSpotting pt.4 
The first Airbus A380 to be on the Isle of Grain exhibited Thursday 28th in the Herbert Read Gallery at UCA Canterbury. 
Exhibited a series of photography and movies from our attempt at placing a A380 upon a coastal path within the Isle of Grain. View high resolution

PlaneSpotting pt.4 

The first Airbus A380 to be on the Isle of Grain exhibited Thursday 28th in the Herbert Read Gallery at UCA Canterbury. 

Exhibited a series of photography and movies from our attempt at placing a A380 upon a coastal path within the Isle of Grain.

PlaneSpotting pt.3 (Site and Set up)

On site to set up the first Airbus A380 to land in the Isle of Grain. Using a series of helium filled balloons, oars and  persons, to raise the series of lights to their appropriate heights to capture the image of a plane head on. 

PlaneSpotting pt.2

Following the previous experiments with light, we constructed a full scale Airbus A380 on campus. This helped envision the scale of plane and the shear impact it would have not only on our campus but on the Isle of Grain if the proposal goes through. 

PlaneSpotting pt.1

Performing a series of experimentations with light to explore motion and the  outline of a plane. This was performed in reaction to the large number of airport proposals currently being put forward. This is to lead onto trying to create a full scale plane using the method of taken photos of lights with a slow shutter speed and exposure time.

Entry to this years Sleep student award competition hosted by Reardon Smith Architects. The competition was to design a Hotel complex upon a site along the coastline in Montenegro. The main narrative of my proposal was the interest in experiencing food and drink.

For those with taste for food.

With the increasing number of cookery shows and recipe books being released, cooking is becoming one the largest past times of the popular culture. People are trying their hand at cooking and tasting things they would not of touched in previous years. Attending farmers markets to get the best ingredients and hosting dinner parties are all becoming far more familiar. This hotel is designed around those who want to indulge and create fine cuisine.

There is a number of restaurants / kitchens and bars which host cooking and cocktail classes that run year round with guest chefs and connoisseurs appearing throughout the year. 

Surrounding the complex is local farmed produce and ingredients, which can be purchased at the marina market. Local fish are sold at the market, or if preferred can be personally caught either on the dockside or upon a rented boat. 

With selection of vineyards and fruit groves you can go fruit picking and use to make a variety cocktails at the provide bars, learning from a number drink connoisseur’s.

The Serpentine Pavilion 2013 designed by Sou Fujimoto.

Disused shipping cranes in front of the Battersea Power station. Taken during visit to the station at the London Open House 2013

Visit to the Battersea Power Station during the Open house London 2013. 

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