Following an intensive LabWeek, development studies for the forthcoming live-build pavilion structure were unveiled earlier today in the School of Architecture & Design, University of Brighton. I have written about the project previously here.
With the summer opening of Brighton’s Wastes and Strays Pavilion fast approaching, the shortlisted projects have been developed as a series of laser cut 1:3 scale models by groups of students from the BA Interior Architecture and Product Design courses.
An announcement will follow once the university judging panel have selected the proposal which is to be taken forwards into the next stage of development prior to fabrication. We are indebted to ongoing support from our project sponsors James Latham PLC and Josh Mitchell, Lewes-based furniture maker and director at 10 Tables.
The wider AHRC-funded Wastes and Strays interdisciplinary project is bringing together expertise from the Universities of Brighton, Newcastle, Sheffield and Portsmouth. Detail on the wider research investigation can be found here.