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Abbie Burnett Portfolio


Contents


The Great Temptation - Final Major Project Made In Castleford – Live brief, community arts centre. The Great Temptation - Design and Feasibility Report. Clarence House Feasibility Study - Architecture 519 Internship. Hepworth Sculpture Studios – Regeneration of Grade II listed corn mill. ‘The Intern’ – Collection of projects completed on work placements. Conceptual Projects – Selection of developmental and exploratory works.


The Great Temptation Final Year - Final Major Project Brief - English Winery + Exhibition Location - Newburgh Priory Estate, North Yorkshire


Interactive triptych film instillation exploring the way in which once succumbs to temptation. The piece highlighted the reluctance of individuals to indulge in temptation, and the delight and enjoyment of those who did.

Concept Development + Key Moves


Initial key move incorporated two adjacent buildings to the main site, a disused pool house to the South and a garage to the North.

The cross formation of the basement space pays reference to the monastic links to site.


Sketch Work

Early Ideas + Development


Design + Feasibility Report


"Watch and pray so that you will not fall into temptation. The spirit is willing, but the body is weak." Matthew 26:41

Retail Unit

Long Section A,A - Site Journey [not to scale]


There are nearly 400 commercial vineyards in 2000 acres of land in total. Nearly all are in the southern half of England and Wales.

If we may say so

The history of spans thousands of years and is closely intertwined with the history of agriculture, cuisine, civilization and humanity itself.

"To Captain!" Sir Victor Malcolm Wombwell An inspirational and eclectic character that is loved and missed every day. The winery has been developed in his honor.

Newburgh Priory Estate

Utterly Fabulous English Wine... England and Wales covering approximately

Where's All The Wine From?

Without Temptation The Soul Cannot Grow

Entrance + Exhibition Stair


PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Tasting Table + Sculptural Wall, East facing alter inspired space. This area is the pinnacle point of the journey throughout site.


PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Beer is made by men, wine by God. MARTIN LUTHER

The only way to get rid of a temptation is to yield to it. OSCAR WILDE

beyond what you can bear. But when you are

For as men in battle are continually in the way of shot, so we, in this world, are ever within the reach of Temptation.

tempted, he will also provide a way out so that

WILLIAM PENN

God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted

Let us celebrate the occasion with wine and sweet words. PLAUTUS

you can stand up under it. 1 Corinthians 10:13

Section B,B Winery + Tasting Sapce [not to scale]


PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Section D,D

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

A private space for the staff working within the winery, here they can stash the best of the wine and indulge in drunke


PRODUCED

en revelry after hours.

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

A Dramatically different space, inviting people to pause and reflect before ascending up into the winery.

Section C,C + D,D Indulgence Mezzanine + Chapel Space [not to scale]

Section C,C


Site Model


Pride

Castleford Comunity Arts Centre

Pride: Castleford Community Arts Centre. The development of the former Alinsons flour mill will become a statement of hope for the community of Castleford. The bold and exciting scheme will become a significant point of interest, attracting people to the town. The main purpose of the new scheme is to raise the aspirations of the town’s people and bring the community together in a creative environment they can be proud of. The heritage of the town and the people of the community, old and new, have been in the forefront the development of the scheme.

‘Made In Castleford’ community arts center was designed The mill will provide a variety of different spaces that will accommodate a range of needs. A to create an exciting cookery school and bakery will create much needed income for the town and also provide cookery classes open to all ages to enjoy. A heritage museum will provide space to explore where and enticing space the town has come from and how it has grown over the decades; it will also exhibit Henry Moore’s work and Castleford’s collection of Roman for the people of artefacts. A restaurant will be situated on the second floor again, generating income and utilising the products made in the bakery and cookery school kitchens. A quadruple height atrium space will provide a blank backdrop for touring exhibitions, Castleford. The local art shows and competitions. Studios will be situated in the upper floors of the mill, these spaces will be rented local artists, generating income and giving local artists a space they can heritage oftothe town work for a reasonable price. The studio workshops will also be available to local primary schools. Bringing the young people of the community to an exciting learning environment which will in turn and the people of the inform them of their past so they can be proud of the town they live in. The heart of the mill and thecommunity, original grinding stones will be restored to full working use. The mill working will be visible from residents all floors of the mill, emphasising the original use of the building and the heritage of Castleford. old and new, were The restoration of the mill will provide jobs, generate income and create a point of interest attracting thefromdriving force in in turn generating income for the local businesses in people the surrounding communities, the town. The scheme has been designed to fit the needs of Castleford’s people and the proposal hasthe been development constructed in response of to the issues raised by the community. It aims to enhance the quality of life and raise aspirations so the people can reach their potential and be proud of the project. themselves, proud of their town and proud of the future they are shaping for the next generation.

Site Response Film - ‘Listen’...

‘Made In Castleford’ Past

Present

Future

Pride

Castleford Comunity Arts Centre


Developmental Sketches (Not to Scale)


Developmental exploration through model and sketching.


‘Made In Castleford’


‘Made In Castleford’


The restoration of the mill would provide jobs, generate income and create a point of interest attracting people to Castleford from surrounding communities. In turn, income for the local businesses would be generated. The scheme has been designed to fit the needs of Castleford’s people and the proposal has been constructed in response to the issues raised by the community. It aims to enhance the quality of life and raise aspirations so the people can reach their potential and be proud of themselves, proud of their town and proud of the future they are shaping for the next generation.


Clarence House Feasibility Study


The site of Clarence House lent its self perfectly to the potential relocation of Architecture 519’s studio. Whilst being close to the city center the site is situated on the inner city loop road and main transport routes in and out of Leeds. The property boasts nearly 380 square meters of usable floor space and also offers the potential to sublet part of the ground floor. The site is adjacent to the old Tetley’s brewery and Clarence Dock. Historically the area was intensively industrial. Although a large percentage of the existing structures have been demolished, the area still sings of its industrial heritage.


Clarence House offered great potential for a creative working environment. By completing a study on the building and taking into consideration the requirements of the client, a scheme was drawn up to fit the brief in an exciting and innovative way. The interior scheme has been kept simple yet striking. The subtle use of bold colour gives the scheme a contemporary feel, whilst the reclaimed industrial timber and light fittings reflect the industrial history and context surrounding the site. The key aim for the scheme was to create a space where the Architecture 519 team could work comfortably in an inspiring environment. The design decisions were based on the collective personality of the team and the visions and values of the company.

Clarence House Feasibility Study


Hepworth Sculpture Studio


Development of a Grade II listed water mill, situated in the grounds of The Hepworth, Wakefield. Working with the gallery as a live client, forming a proposal for the regeneration of the Mill.

Site Map 1:200

Column to Glulam Beam 1:5

Floor Joist to Glulam Beam Detal 1:5


Projex, UAE Invaluable work experience in Dubai with design firm Projex. Working on bids for exhibition stands and other graphic and web design.


Void infill to be SW joists with 2 layers 18 wpb plywood to take 120 x 22 Oak finish (tile and existing floor to be level)

t/dash line indicates aster removal to expose brick

amend existing wall to create new glazed double door opening inc door/frame and MS glazing bars NB glazing to be pyrostop 30/30

Fully upholstered De Cuba standard seating New SW Stud walls clad in vertical SW T&G boarding and finished in class 1 SSOF

Allow for overhauling cubicle door supports with T&G

Glass Wash (altro)

LADIES 3800

UP

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thick line indicates wall clad in reclaimed timber

Allow for overhauling vanity unit in T&G

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new altro

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Revolucion De Cuba Working with the design team at Inventive Leisure has been significantly influential in my development as a designer. Over the past eighteen months I have been commissioned to redesign the furniture, fittings and layouts for the new rum bars Inventive Leisure have recently opened through out Great Britain. New De Cuba bar

Allow for new 40 dia hanrails both sides on brackets with 300 down turns at both ends

and back bar to standard detail existing walls clad in vertical SW T&G boarding and finished in class 1 SSOF

Make good escape staicase to become an acommodation staircase as well floor to be Karndean new nosigns walls painted

To all bar columns remove plaster to expose brickwork.

Allow 1 layers 18 wpb plywood to take ceramic tile finish supplied by client - fix only (tile and existing floor to be level)

Remove stud wall to staircase and reposition new glazed timber/pyrostop 30/30 double doors and frame inc ironmonery etc also matching screen full height 2500h x 800w

dot/dash line indicates plaster removal to expose brick

Fully upholstered De Cuba standard seating Existing fixed seating retained and overhauled

fix on top of existing seat shelf reclaimed timber supplied by client

dot/dash line indicates plaster removal to expose brick

dot/dash line indicates plaster removal to expose brick

Void infill to be SW joists with 2 layers 18 wpb plywood to take 120 x 22 Oak finish (tile and existing floor to be level)

Strip any encased columns to expose steel make good ceilings paint steel with 1 hour intumescent

Strip any encased columns to expose steel make good ceilings paint steel with 1 hour intumescent

Revision C Amendments Revision B Amendments Revision A FF De Cuba

Allow for 70 x 50 MS draft screen with 6mm GWPP glass 2500 x 2500

(20/12/11) following meet. (12/12/11) following meet. (15/11/11) seating removed

markmasondesign INVENTIVE LEISURE Project

remove existing metal screen fix existing windows closed and provide internal shutters (shutters supplied direct)

PROPOSED FIRST FLOOR PLAN NEWCASTLE UNDER LYME

Revolution Newcastle under lyme Drawing

Plans as proposed Drawing no

101C

Date

mark@markmasondesign.com

Scale

Drawn

tel 07836 775755

The Intern


Save The Night - Homeless Shelter

Conceptual Projects


Bootleggers Distillery

Portfolio  

Condensed collection of completed work from the past few years.

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