The Bartlett Summer Show Book 2019

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EAD.1 Kei Kaeppeler, Marta Hagermann, Victor Luo, Sarina Patel, Kimberley Rubio Ugalde, Y1 ‘Momentum’. The project re-examines the ‘Bennett Linkage’, a beguiling deployable system first invented by UCL alumnus and mathematician Dr Geoffrey Bennett, a hundred years ago. The pavilion is made of a network of square aluminium beams with double-curve elastic membranes providing tension to almost prevent collapse at full expansion. Stronger titanium hinges are required to prevent softening of these precise nodal connections. EAD.2 Tamanna Abul Kashim, Io Griviea, Jessica Lo, Leo Kauntz Moderini, Ralf Saade, Tahira Uddin, Zhuofan Wu, Y1 ‘The Expandables’. The project is designed as a relaxing comfortable place in a hectic environment using a flexible, lightweight and triangulated net structures with integrated responsive lighting systems. The pavilion works as a deployable anaechoic chamber to make an acoustically comfortable and visually atmospheric space for groups of people throughout the day and evening to relax in, even when it is noisy and dark outside. EAD.3 Sarah Hassan, Franka Pilchner, Jakub Plewik, Yile Wu, Y1 ’2Blessed2BeStressed’. Incorporating weaving and pattern-cutting techniques into a geometry taken from the motif of Alice falling through a field of mushrooms, this pavilion uses flexible plywood and fabrics to form a large-scale structure. Arches filled with ornamental designs based on silhouettes from John Tinnel’s drawings to create an enclosure that transcends the environmental conditions with psychedelic light, coloured shade and pattern. EAD.4 Wenhui Cao, Yi Chen, Victoria Ewert, Pedro Merino Ramon, Sam Seymour-Blackburn, Allegra Simpson, Harry Sumner, Y1 ‘UCLoud’. This interactive pavilion is composed of three modular elements with strings in tension that are tuned to resonate audible polyphonic tones. Visitors are invited to either pluck the strings, walk on the waw-waw peddle producing varied vibratory sounds, or to rest in the sitting area that makes up the pavilion’s centre. Each sound produces a recorded fall-off and adds this to a digital loop that resonates with changing colour lighting long after the original sound occurs, creating a collaborative sound- and lightscape. EAD.5 Yuval Ben-Giat, Yuzhe Chen, Andreea Dumitrescu, James Grimmond, Iman Jemitola, Nikie Siabishahrivar, Emma Temm, Y1 ‘WeValues’. The project explores a building system of birch plywood arches and timber foundations designed to adapt to various configurations and landscapes. Alongside UCLoud and Expandables this pavilion was redeployed at London’s Dulwich Picture Gallery. The pavilion is a cooperative exploration of space and the public are invited to manipulate the materials from outside the structure and within to adapt to various preferences for particular views or apertures. EAD.6 Toekinah Sabeni-Lefeuvre, Y2 ‘Peeking Gallery, Barcelona’. The project investigates the visual relationships within spaces by introducing a series of ‘cracks’, through which visitors can catch unexpected glimpses of the city, or in some cases pass through them. EAD.7–EAD.8 Zhe (Gigi) Chen, Y2 ‘Weaving Space, Barcelona’. A new entrance and café extension exploring textile weaving in architectural skin. EAD.9 Xi Shen, Y2 ‘Yoga & Meditation Centre, Barcelona’. Half-submerged on the beach of Barcelona, the project explores serene spaces for yoga and meditation that are closely related to the coming and going of the tides in their arrangement and expression. EAD.10 Clement Lefebure, Y2 ‘El Poblenou Co-Making Space, Barcelona.’ The project aims to enable young startups to investigate the underlying collaborative and iterative processes of design, fabrication, and manufacturing, by providing facilities to drive their designs from initial concepts to physical prototypes. 214

EAD.11 Sheryl Wiley, Y2 ‘Public Library, El Poblenou Barcelona,’. The project explores fluid integration of skin and opening through software explorations. Each formal modulation is predicated on a relationship to the surrounding context. EAD.12 Fatema Panju, Y2 ‘Fish Market, Barcelona sea front’. The site-specific intervention is carried on a set of concrete ‘trays’, each modulated to create countertops and display areas for the market. Water is channelled through the ground plane to manage cooling and hygiene within the spaces, while solar shading is controlled overhead through a canopy structure. EAD.13 Rabia Turemis, Y2 ‘Illusive Yoga and Meditation Studio, Barcelona.’ The project explores notions of creating infinite spaces through the application of tools of illusion and deception. The project proposes a journey of ‘imagination becoming reality.’ EAD.14 Ellie To, Y2 ‘Carved Gallery Block, Barcelona’. The project explores a sculptural agenda, carving a sequence of small gallery spaces from a cubic form – generating void and solid space. EAD.15 Cecilia Cappellini, Y2 ‘Craft Medina, Barcelona’. A highly crafted architectural response, the project explores a series of covered spaces in brickwork housing artisan production processes, set within an underused residential courtyard. EAD.16–EAD.17 Kaia Wells, Y2 ‘Secret/Dark Garden’. This project explores notions of smell and texture through the design of a garden and centre for visually impaired people. EAD.18 Olivia (Phoeby) Narenthiran, Y2 ‘Student Gallery Pavilions, Barcelona’. A landscape of brick is introduced within which a series of stand-alone gallery spaces are allowed to propagate. The external and internal elements of each gallery are collected under a variegated canopy of repeated timber elements. EAD.19 Praefah (Muse) Praditbatuga, Y2 ’The Canopy: A view to the sea’. A modern reinterpretation of El Poblenou’s relationship with the seafront.

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