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Technology Transfer - Shipbuilding to Architecture


1775 - 1800: First period of sustained growth

1800 onwards

1825 onwards

1873 - 1896

The first steam engine and the introduction if puddling and rolling into the iron making process.

The UK's emergent economy is based around the export of textiles, iron, engineering and coal.

Further phase of industrialisation associated with development of the railways. Heralded by the opening of Stockton-Darlington, LiverpoolManchester lines.

The Great Depression allegedly afflicts the British economy. Britian's industrial lead over other countries weakens slightly.

Rapid increases output and productivity in the textile industry. Mainly through the mechanisation of the process, through large factories and mechanical power.

Areas of Belgium and Northern France experience growth through the adoption of British techniques and equipment.

Germany and the USA's rates of growth expand. The basis of all of Britian's railway networks in place by 1850.

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By 1910 : Britsh Merchantile using Steam has increased to a massive 10,442 thousand tonnes

1874 - 1905 Triple Expansion and the First Shipping Revolution

1840 - 1865 The Screw Propeller and the Merchant Ship

1814 - 1864 First paddle Steamer Boats

In 1822 : AARON MANBY is built in Tipton, Staffodshire. Weighting 116 tonnes it is built with an iron hull

The Great Britain of 1843 Was Brunel's masterpiece combining ironhull construction withscrew propeller

In 1850 : Britsh Merchantile Sail fleet that used is 3,396 thousand tonnes

In 1850 : Britsh Merchantile using Steam stands at 168 thousand tonnes By 1910 : The net weight of Sail ships in the Britsh Merchantile fleet has fallen to 1,113 tonnes

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1775 - 1925 ShipBuilding Timeline


Our experience the water in Poole Harbour is almost entirely governed our means of transporting across it.

and schools of fish and wildlife navigate through the water.

unencumbered by the complexities of urban fabric.

acts a all encompassing fluid space,

The town of Poole is symbiotically attached to its harbour. Responsible for generating much of economic activity of Poole, through the port activities, transfer of goods and people, and the huge amount of leisure activities that take place around its edges; the harbour has a much greater and deeper running cultural significance. Whilst contemporary places of exchange, such as the ship making yards, lack diversity and appear standardised and characterless, In Poole’s other parts; such as the rarified beauty of Brownsea Island, or the resplendent glamour of Sandbanks, a rich history of cultural exchange has left its mark for all to see.

Conculsion

water, which

dynamics is heightened on the water. Beneath the surface, complex formations of sediment shift across the harbour floor,

This highly efficient streamlined experience is paralled only by the

our experience is informed by the inherent efficiency required of boat designers.

and exposed to the elements, our connection with natural

Subject to the alternating current of the tide,

is appreciated by the movement through it. Enclosed within the confined dimensions of a boat,

The Mobile Architecture of Boats and the water that supports them

area.

ually processed and incorporated into the production processes, this is one sense, here is one of the best connected spaces within the larger

many of the materials that are processed here arrived in.

This is space is characterised by it’s activity and economy, and not the people who occupy the spaces.

P o r t

As we pass through the Tudor gateway, we are reminded of the highly strategic position it occupied in the approach to the main land. Layers of history are apparent too, revealing how the settlement evolved from a garrison to a sanctified place of leisure. Heightened by the ornamental detail to the buildings, and the peacocks parading through the classically planned gardens.

t h e A largely unseen specialised and semi-automated activity of trades take place here: incorporating specialist boatbuilding fabrication techniques. The pressing, rolling, and bending of steel and metal alloys, and the laying of layers of fibre glass all take place within these spaces. An invisible web of logistics dictates the activity in the area, and with a global supply of materials entering the factories to be individ-

o f

Accordingly the area is structured around efficient road access to the warehouses, seemingly devoid of any of the natural character of the Brownsea Island or the municipal experience of the promenade down the strip. The space is dominated by large white factory buildings, the modularity and standardisation of this architecture means that the environment begins to resemble the fields of container docks that

Travelling by boat, similar to the way we experience a landscape whilst travelling through it by car,

The industrial areas hugging the mouth of Holes Bay is an area, characterised by its hub of extensive industrial activity.

I n d u s t r i e s

Passing through medieval courtyards of the existing garrisons, we are drawn through a series of pathways into the densely forested hermetic interior of the island. From here we encounter many of the island’s native species, like the red squirrels, and others such as the migratory birds. The island which was once mined for the naturally occurring porcelain, is now a designated haven for nature, protected by government bodies. Freshwater lakes and dense foliage allow wildlife to blossom in this unspoilt landscape.

Island Life

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