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ARCHITECTURE

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1. M.Arch thesis 2. M.Arch farm project 3. Placement work - polderpad 4. Placement work - medical pra 5. Other

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M.ARCH THESIS - PLASTICITY

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PlastiCity is an urban industrial park design for Kingston Upo of plastic waste and the need for regeneration in Hull while p UK’s Energy Estuary

Kingston upon Hull Kingston upon Hull, more commonly known as Hull, has an infrastructure that has the potential of translating the already successful port city network into a new fishing industry to aid in tackling ocean plastic pollution.

Hull’s coastline currently houses a growing port-side development site which is the largest in the UK.

Using Hull as a plastic recycling port would establish the city in the ‘Energy Estuary’ as Hull currently doesn’t have any direct relations or industry bids.

Settlements along the River Humber have proposed to be part of the world’s first environmental estuary. 75% of UK’s manufacturing takes place in the energy estuary with 40 million people residing within the region. 320 million customers are engaged with the Estuary across mainland Europe every day.

Hull has always relied on its industry to fund its growth and with the fishing industry dying, Hull’s main income has deflated drastically. PlastiCity looks to give Hull its independence and place it back on the UK map as a thriving industrial city. Whilst interacting with spaces and buildings, users become educated on the matters discussed and are encouraged to participate.

Winner of Current projects within the energy estuary

20+ wind farms provide power for 200,000 UK homes

ReGro crops to farm energy for the UK

The Humber’s unique tidal stream energy generation. A pioneer for other estuaries in the world

Greenenergy uses food waste to provide energy to power vehicles and fuel based products


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1. Plastic warehouse 2. Canal 3. Cargo depot 4. Electric energy distribution centre 5. Residential 6. Warehouse 7. Hotels 8. Overground motorway 9. Underground motorway

10. Tree house 11. Farm land 12. Promenade 13. Market pier fishing 14. Control tower 15. Lord Line building 16. St. Andrew’s Dock 17. Dry repair dock 18. Research dock

19. Dock material storage area 20. Scrapyard 21. Perpendicular docks 22. Canal locks 23. Building areas 24. Green areas 25. Marina 26. Hull city centre

on Hull that takes collected ocean plastic waste and breaks it down through the use of fungi. The project addresses the problem providing a new model of infrastructure and linking the people of the city back to the waterfront.

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The busy Humber estuary and existing industrial park in Hull provided an ideal site to place a new plastic recycling and production facility. The design utilised current infrastructure along with local knowledge to create a modern masterplan with bespoke warehouses and exciting potential. Hull has for many years had a poor image, especially since the end of the once dominant fishing industry. With 2017 City of Culture on the horizon the project looked to ways in which long term benefits could be created for the city. The thesis also looked to how Hull itself could connect to the many environmental efforts along the Humber that have dubbed it the ‘UK’s energy estuary’. Using low-tech collection methods, plastic out at sea was brought back to Hull where a new plan of canals, landscaping, tidal barriers, warehouses and other infrastructure used this waste to facilitate regeneration. A new method of degrading plastic waste through fungi was embraced in the masterplan - a series of Taxus Wallichiana Yew trees dotted around the site provided the Taxol fungi which can break down most plastics into a biodegradable protein. These trees grew inside structures that in turn generated the complicated process in which plastic was placed inside agar balls and allowed to break down.

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7. Plastic recycling lab 8. Transportation canal 9. Tram stop 10. Agar restaurant 11. Tree house 12. Yew tree

13. Yew shrubs 14. Ramped walkway 15. Market 16. Flood defence perimeter 17. GPS land containers 18. GPS canal containers

19. Hessle Park 20. Bioplastic neighbourhood 21. Terrace housing 22. Marsh land

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The design was careful in trying to preserve the existing architecture and urban grain. New canals cut along current roads and warehouses were only built where buildings lay derelict. Local materials and architectural expressions were kept.

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The public who used to be able to walk through the fishing industry and up to the river front were given a reconnection with the water. Buildings were transparent to their function and roads that currently spilt the city were moved or put underground.

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Any plastic that could not be degraded was used in long-term recycled products like cladding for the new warehouses. Older buildings were given improved environmental ratings with insulation and materials sourced on site.


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M.ARCH PROJECT - NEW MODE SUSTAINABLE FISH AND INSECT FARM

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Located along the River Mersey in Hale, the design of this farm looks towards integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) as a way to pro cycle for farming fish. By using the waste and by-products of one stage to feed or fertilize the next, the system provides an environ A alleviates the problems of large scale farming. Focusing on using insect farming to collaborate with aquaculture, the scheme provides a hig

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potatoes are grown to feed to crickets the crickets are fed to mackerel which grow in ponds out in the Mersey oyster beds down-stream absorb the high levels of ammonia excreted by the fish seaweed arrays then absorb any remaining nitrates and keep the balance of the salt-marsh estuary solid waste is used for fertiliser willow trees provide a quick growing crop to run the biofuel plant, salt refinery and smoke house. Enough is grown to heat and fuel all the buildings/ processes on site crop cycles with sweet clover allow the land time to recover

The design creates a collection of habitats for other wildlife and a system which they are allowed to feed into (birds for instance will naturally eat a small amount of the fish and insects). Rather than see this as a problem and threat, the cycle of feeding and excreting back into the farm is welcomed as a benefit.

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Production node. The area where the raw product meets the shoreline. Boats collect the raw material from the silos and sail back to shore, where the raw material is processed for consumption. Production node. The area where the raw product meets the shoreline. Boats collect the raw material from the silos and sail back to shore, where the raw material is processed for consumption.

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In order to reduce their effect upon the farming process the silos tread lightly on the created landscape of salt-marshes, islands, pontoons and archipelagos. Each silo floats on the water and allows the tide to dictate its rise and fall.

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The insect silos are influenced in design by the crickets they farm and change in size depending on how many insects The barrels are a main they create. Each silo sits in relation source of flotation. They are attached to the cross beams of the pontoon, giving it a to an adjacent pool and each pool light touch to the natural landscape. holds the mackerel at different stages of its life (and thus size). The final largest silo deals with the adult fish in Marsh the stage before they are harvested. BARRELS

The barrels are a main source of floatation. They are anchored to the cross beams of the pontoon, giving the essence of a natural technique to stay in tune with the landscape and fish farm

From out in the Mersey glimpses Archipelago of the land-based structures can be seen; their tall chimneys and roofs standing above the reeds.

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2. I N T ER V EN T I ON S THE SMOKE HOUSE The smokehouse situates inland, within the naturally wild landscape and the cultivated willow land. Its three tall brick chimneys which allow for various levels of smoking portray the values of a traditional Scandinavian smokehouse

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On land the architecture is influenced by contemporary Scandinavian agrarian structures and is placed in a way to make it appear hidden within the landscape. The farming process is spilt amongst many buildings rather than placed in one unit and acts as points of interest along the Mersey for visitors to encounter as they pass through the site.

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ZUID HOLLAND ROTTERDAM This project involves the new design of a leisure cycle route north-east of Rotterdam that cuts through large areas of natural landscape, polders and canals. I took part in designing a range of urban street furniture (benches, lampposts, foot bridges) and a series of small but exciting viewing platforms along with an old milkshed converted into an information pavilion. A graphic and aesthetic style was also produced for all the varying sign posts along the route with icons and markers. The successful scheme is being developed further into a wider range of connecting routes.

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I developed all the models for the project and helped design several the structural research on the milkshed and helped considerably in do

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of the initial concepts for the viewing platforms. I also undertook much of oing on-site construction to prepare the pavilion for the opening ceremony.

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PLACEMENT WORK - MEDICAL C Polseweg, Huissen, The Netherlands

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