The idea of the transformer space is to offer an emergency shelter that can tansform seasonally to its users needs. It is easily coupled and transported. The use of polycarbonate material allows the structure to be lightweight and natural light to enter.
During the cold season, the transformer space sits down onto the ground, allowing more interior space, whilst during the summer, it stands up to allow for natural ventilation.
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AWARDS AND EXHIBITIONS
Exhibited a new product (The Light Note) at Interior Birmingham NEC
-Finalist at the Lighting Association competition for the student lighting design awards
-New Designers. London
-Free Range. London
Featured in the e-Creative Directory 2010/2011 guide on best art and design graduates in the uk
Longlisted for the Kings Cross Gas Holder 8 Competition 2009
I enjoy designing new and existing spaces that challenge and inspire ones imagination.
In 2010, I graduated from Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication London, where I studied Interior Design Environment Architecture.
I have worked on a series of successful projects and competitions both professional and academic.
These includes, working as a team member of the Longlisted and Exhibited Kings Cross Gas Holder No.8 competition in 2009, Exhibited a new product "The Light Note" with the Lighting Association at the NEC Interior Birmingham show in 2011 , involved in office and retail designs for New Era Cap Company and Box Park Shoreditch.
I am currently working as an Architectural Assistant at Adjaye Associates.
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