MArch student wins 3DReid Student Prize

Graduating 5th Year MArch student, Bradley Sowter, has won this year’s £1,000 3DReid Student Prize for the best Part 2 student in the UK for his architectural retelling of a Christmas Carol.

The Project, ‘A Christmas Carol’, explores the work/home divide within Central and how we can reconnect with our loved ones. Using A Christmas Carol as a proxy the project explores the uncanny nature of the unheimlich, within the art form of Film. Through the investigation of this film, architecture manifests itself throughout the city as temporary and permanent film sets.

 

Dr Luciano Cardellicchio publishes in Domus

Domus, one of the most authoritative architectural magazine in the world, this month features a supplement book on the design and construction of the new high-speed railway station in Naples designed by Zaha Hadid Architects. In his chapter, Dr Cardellicchio discusses how the form of the building has been generated and investigates the role of Zaha’s early projects, such as the MAXXI in Rome, as pedagogical resource that helped the team in the technical and structural development of the railway station in Naples.

For more information: http://www.domusweb.it/en/news/2017/07/11/domus_1015_on_newsstands.html