Author Archives: Co:LAB Student

Autonomy, Complicity & Ascension | General Design.

After designing the performance in the shell, putting all different ideas from each group together, it was time to colaborate as a big team and translate all those different concepts into one that could fit in the Bramall Music Building’s

Autonomy, Complicity & Ascension | General Design.

After designing the performance in the shell, putting all different ideas from each group together, it was time to colaborate as a big team and translate all those different concepts into one that could fit in the Bramall Music Building’s

St Edmunds Mentoring: Live Demonstrations

Week Five- 12/03/20 Part 1: Year 9 Talk on UCAS applications and personal journeys During the last week of the Co-lab experience, we had the chance to speak to the younger year group about GCSE options and different options after

St Edmunds Mentoring: Live Demonstrations

Week Five- 12/03/20 Part 1: Year 9 Talk on UCAS applications and personal journeys During the last week of the Co-lab experience, we had the chance to speak to the younger year group about GCSE options and different options after

St Edmunds Mentoring: Photoshop Live session

Week Four: 05/03/20 This Diagram above illustrates the collaborative visual of the group structure showing all the work flows and time lines of the project itself and how each group is allocated to what year group in the process. The

St Edmunds Mentoring: Photoshop Live session

Week Four: 05/03/20 This Diagram above illustrates the collaborative visual of the group structure showing all the work flows and time lines of the project itself and how each group is allocated to what year group in the process. The

St Edmunds Mentoring: Design Development and Idea creation

Week Three- 27/02/20 Looking at how the students simply used pencil, it created a bland outcome which would limit their development work and therefore their grade, which would impact their final assessment grade. Consequently, I introduced different etching types using

St Edmunds Mentoring: Design Development and Idea creation

Week Three- 27/02/20 Looking at how the students simply used pencil, it created a bland outcome which would limit their development work and therefore their grade, which would impact their final assessment grade. Consequently, I introduced different etching types using

Autonomy, Complicity & Ascension | Working From Home

By Co:Lab student 24/03/20 Student Blog Currently, all of us students are working from home. Self isolation is happening and we are all in the same boat, however we have projects to complete and with the tables turned having no

Autonomy, Complicity & Ascension | Working From Home

By Co:Lab student 24/03/20 Student Blog Currently, all of us students are working from home. Self isolation is happening and we are all in the same boat, however we have projects to complete and with the tables turned having no

St Edmunds Mentoring: Personal Journeys

Week two- 10/02/20 Part 1: Journeys Into Architecture Under a lot of reflection due to personal experiences, myself and the group individually presented our personal journeys into Architecture and the realistic struggles and lessons that we have been taught along

St Edmunds Mentoring: Personal Journeys

Week two- 10/02/20 Part 1: Journeys Into Architecture Under a lot of reflection due to personal experiences, myself and the group individually presented our personal journeys into Architecture and the realistic struggles and lessons that we have been taught along

St Edmunds Mentoring: Induction

St Edmunds mentoring is a live Co Lab project focusing on multi disciplinary qualities, within the professional context of a school and bringing in exterior sources. This includes an Interior Architecture student, Architecture and Masters students together to collaborate and

St Edmunds Mentoring: Induction

St Edmunds mentoring is a live Co Lab project focusing on multi disciplinary qualities, within the professional context of a school and bringing in exterior sources. This includes an Interior Architecture student, Architecture and Masters students together to collaborate and

Connected Chelmsley (Environment and Ecology) Mapping Development – A Summary and Critique

The Connected Chelmsley project, overall, looks at mapping Chelmsley Wood to think about how people live, work and play in and around Chelmsley Wood. Our group focused on Environment and Ecology. In the first session we visited Chelmsley Wood. During

Connected Chelmsley (Environment and Ecology) Mapping Development – A Summary and Critique

The Connected Chelmsley project, overall, looks at mapping Chelmsley Wood to think about how people live, work and play in and around Chelmsley Wood. Our group focused on Environment and Ecology. In the first session we visited Chelmsley Wood. During

Autonomy, Complicity & Ascension | Ramp Construction

Our group had the task of creating a ramp that would ascend the person physically with textural qualities that would get finer as they came towards the end of the journey. First of all we went and investigated what materials

Autonomy, Complicity & Ascension | Ramp Construction

Our group had the task of creating a ramp that would ascend the person physically with textural qualities that would get finer as they came towards the end of the journey. First of all we went and investigated what materials

Autonomy, Complicity & Ascension – Performance Preparation

In preparation for the final event the graphics, wall, ramp and fabric group came together to test what they’ve produced at the location the performance is set to be held at – the shell. We were able to communicate with

Autonomy, Complicity & Ascension – Performance Preparation

In preparation for the final event the graphics, wall, ramp and fabric group came together to test what they’ve produced at the location the performance is set to be held at – the shell. We were able to communicate with

St Edmund's Mentoring: Facade Modelling Workshop

To support students at St Edmund’s, we delivered a workshop on how to very easily create facade models so that students could begin to create depth and materiality within their final models as part of their courses. The exercise was

St Edmund's Mentoring: Facade Modelling Workshop

To support students at St Edmund’s, we delivered a workshop on how to very easily create facade models so that students could begin to create depth and materiality within their final models as part of their courses. The exercise was

Autonomy, Complicity & Ascension | Interim Review

In week 6 of our CoLab module we went to the Curzon buildings for the interim review. This is where we had to present our group work that we had created, and this was to receive feedback. When arriving into

Autonomy, Complicity & Ascension | Interim Review

In week 6 of our CoLab module we went to the Curzon buildings for the interim review. This is where we had to present our group work that we had created, and this was to receive feedback. When arriving into

Autonomy, Complicity & Ascension | Timber Wall Construction

With the performance being two weeks away, we had to think quickly about constructing our timber frame walls after the interim review. We had to put together some form of costing in order to make sure that we were spending

Autonomy, Complicity & Ascension | Timber Wall Construction

With the performance being two weeks away, we had to think quickly about constructing our timber frame walls after the interim review. We had to put together some form of costing in order to make sure that we were spending