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george clarke architecture portfolio


co-working, bookstore /cafe scott brownrigg

A feasibility study for a site in the middle of a new development to provide 3,000sqm of high quality but informal office space which was loose fit to enable multiple occupants. This was a quick excise to give the client an idea of what could be achieved on the site. I undertook 3d modeling of the site, produced diagrams and multiple design options to present.


urban logistics and co-working scott brownrigg

A research project which looked at how occupied, unoccupied, automated and people lead spaces interact in a common environment to integrate logistics and production into urban environments. I developed a scheme for a proposal on a site in East Asia, located in a quickly developing area of the city which is open to innovation and supporting emerging lifestyles.


drone distribution scott brownrigg

A research project which looked at how drone lead distribution would lead the design of an urban tower which accommodated multiple modes of distribution, production, data, living and transport. I worked as part of a team to develop concept ideas of what a new tower typology may be and how the fuction would effect its design. The facade hosts multiple ‘ports’ which could be used for distrubution or habitation.


r ural housing association development mh architects

The project is situated within the New Forrest and consists of 6 houses for a local housing association. The design was based upon the local barn and compound typology. I produced the building regulations and construction package for this project which has successfully been constructed.

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aerocity scott brownrigg

Airport land-side and air-side design along with an associated masterplan for transport and building infrastructure. The airport terminal is organised to embrace emerging automated operations and maximise retail offer. The masterplan is layered to allow for expansion over two phases around the site infrastructure. I worked part of a team to develop the design, produced graphics and diagrams and organised a report collating information from many consultants.


automonument_march thesis 5 month group project, tutored by Johanna Muszbek

Charles Reilly Medal (Best overall project in MArch thesis 2018) RIBA President’s Silver Medal (2018 nomination) Architects Journal Student Prize (2018 nomination) It’s 2030. 10 million jobs have been lost to automation. Such a shift has resulted in structured unemployment, changing the meaning of work and its relationship to the home. Subsequently, large scale office buildings have become redundant, and these architectural dinosaurs can now be manipulated in response to the emerging lifestyles that result from automation and extenuate London’s housing crisis. Four conflicting post-automation societies—varying from the fragmented to the integrated —and their effects on the production of housing were explored using the testbed of One Canada Square. The thesis aimed to address the issues of transience, decreasing tenancy lengths and the blurring of work and home life on both an urban and domestic scale. British preconceptions of high-rise living were also challenged by transposing existing housing typologies into the tower.


projects completed mh architects

Left to right - Diagrams and studies for a feasibility study for 42 homes. - Drawings for a large outbuilding comprising of stables, garages and a workshop. - Design and construction drawings for a internal arcade of shops. - Planning drawings for 9 commercial units. - Planning drawings and tender package for rural housing scheme of 24 homes. - Aided with construction package on a cluster of flats.


data masterplan scott brownrigg

A project to develop a generic building design which can operate as part of a masterplan and be applied to multiple countries in Europe. The project had to meet both the requirements of the client and the regulations in multiple countries. The project will then be deployed on an individual basis and we will and deliver the construction process. © Scott Brownrigg Ltd Figured dimensions only are to be taken from this drawing. All dimensions are to be checked on site before any work is put in hand.

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mental heath community hub

6 week group MArch project, tutored by BCA Landscape Architects

The brief was to design a well being centre on the site of the festival gardens, in Liverpool. The brief was open to interpretation following research by each group. The challenge was providing a safe environment for the patients while also engaging the public with the park. The facility was designed to break the cycle of mental health and homelessness within the city of Liverpool and provide help for the most vulnerable. The scheme provided a mental health day-centre located within the master planned festival gardens. The scheme also included intermediate housing, worker housing, and a training facility to facilitate the recover of patients. Crucial to the design of this scheme was the interaction with nature and the beneficial properties it can have on recovery. Responsibilities included, researching into design for users with mental health issues, therapy spaces and nature, developing the design through sketches and physical models, designing the healing journey through the site, and producing final renders. This project gave an understanding of a sensitive approach to design, which used the power of nature and emotion to provoke an emotional response through architecture.

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data facility scott brownrigg

Design development for a planning submission to provide two date centre facilities supplied by an energy from waste plant. Located in a flood plane and next to a nature reserve, the site posed many challenges along with maximising the rental space for the client. I lead the design process following the outline planning consent to develop the scheme for planning submission and discharge the extensive planning conditions.

Š Scott Brownrigg Ltd Figured dimensions only are to be taken from this drawing. All dimensions are to be checked on site before any work is put in hand.

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open club of knowledge

Initial 6 week individual MArch project, then developed for 6 weeks as a group Tutored by Johanna Muszbek, Jo Kimball.

The programme brings together the function of a private members club, based on the exchange of knowledge, and a satellite library of the University of Liverpool. The building is organised by the concept of a constant journey of learning, culminating at the lecture theatre. Spaces are formed and accessed from the circulation route. The facility breaks down the boundary of a private members club to encourage a diverse range of new members to learn and share ideas. Professors from the university provide tuition on subjects not covered in the lower levels of the education system, in exchange for the opportunity to present their current research to a broader audience.


liverpool masterplan

6 week group MArch project, tutored by Jo Day

The master plan used a phased bottom-up approach for the redevelopment of the Pumpfields area, knitting together the surrounding area. It used meanwhile spaces and new industry as a catalyse development. A new heart was introduced for the new residents which brought together food production and shared knowledge around a series of public and semi public spaces.


love thy neighbour

3 day group external workshop project, tutored by CJ Lim

The brief was to develop an image which exhibited the sustainable element of a city described in Invisible Cities, by Italo Calvino, through a series of collages and drawings. The initial passage in the narrative described a city, Esmeralda, which had an organised network with infinite options for travel. However, another level existed on balconies and rooftop which is occupied by illicit lovers and cats. A level of chaos. Both elements of the city are necessary to provide contrast from one another to flourish. Love is the sustainable feature which drives this city, connecting the city through intangible bonds of love. We worked as a team throughout to develop the ideas of the project, we developed ideas through sketching before producing the collage. I took the lead to delegate individual tasks within the group and thought of the idea to connect the two worlds through the drainpipes.


how do we live?_london

1 week external workshop project, tutored by Jocelyn Froimovich and Johanna Muszbek

This one-week design workshop and lecture series explored the existing crisis of London housing and envisioned alternative ways of structuring the home through re-imagining existing buildings and exploiting architectural elements. The assigned site for this project was the Neo Bankside development, next to the Tate Modern. The building is synonymous as the living units are constantly on display to the public, and the viewing platform of the Tate. It provides a place to be seen, an exhibition of lifestyle and wealth. The concept worked with the theme of exhibitionism and imagined how this would affect the day to day life of a resident. The traditional arrangement of the home was exploded to express each individual element and the activity it housed. The in-between zones became un-programmed areas which broke down relationships of public and private, ownership, and neighbour relations. The experimental living tower bridged across to the Tate, the previous visual link turned how we live into an exhibition. Would your lifestyle change if your life was constantly on show, would you become more self-confident, would your social life increase? The project lead me to question the architecture norms in all aspects of my future projects.


rooftop allotment garden

6 week individual MArch project, tutored by Peter Farrall. The brief for this project was to develop up a specific area of the Pumpfields master plan to a building or structure. The project utilised redundant roofspace to link green-spaces and provide valuable allotment and gardens for residents. It created a secondary street with the opportunity for meanwhile spaces and retail units with cheap rents to occur below. The scheme was part of a larger master plan; this specific area focused on creative, industrious, and pioneering people to occupy and therefore catalyse the regeneration of the area.


equinix / laing o’rourke - ld7_slough

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Layout Sig

Client Approved RENSON U SHAPED MOUNTING BRACKET LZ.4210 RENSON STRUCTURAL MULLION LD.1250

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RENSON EXTRUDED ALUMINIUM BLADE L.050HF

FALL ARREST SYSTEM. STQ VANTAGE, UNI 8 WALL MOUNTED WIRE SYSTEM, OR SIMILAR APPROVED. TERMINATION BAR, MECHANICALLY FASTENED TO UPSTAND COVER FLASHING SECURED AT 350MM CENTRES AND POINTED WITH SUITABLE SEALANT VCL, SEALED AT ALL JUNCTIONS THERMAZONE INSULATION TO UPSTAND ICOPAL MONARPLAN FM/G SINGLE-PLY MEMBRANE, AT DETAILS MONARPLAN FIXING BAR AND MECHANICAL FASTENER

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ICOPAL MONARPLAN GF FLEECEBACK SINGLE-PLY MEMBRANE, FIXED WITH ICOPAL MONORPLAN FLEECEBACK ADHESIVE, OR SIMILAR APPROVED. THERMAZONE INSULATION BOARD 150MM

ANDERSON VAPOR CONTROL LAYER, TOTAL TORCH VCL 4MM 300MM MIN. CONCRETE FLAT ROOF, CONCRETE CAST DIRECTLY ON TOP OF SUPPORTING WALLS TO 1:60 FALL

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A £52m 13,000 sq m Tier 4 Data centre comprising 13,000 sq m data space with associated office and customer accommodation for a leading global colocation provider. Lead designers and information managers from RIBA Stage 3 to practical completion. The project involves the implementation and coordination of full BIM Level 2 standards across all disciplines. Completed on-site in February 2019.

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