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Carriage Ramp

Route One

The suitcase market could easily be recreatedwithin the Deptford area, the plot allocations can be placed within secondary positions, potentially along the existing route one. This will encourage parrellel trading of informal and formal trading, encouraging people to begin trading objects themselves.

1. Deptford Market Rails SECOND YEAR, FINAL SEMESTER Carsten Jungfer & Colin Priest

(Drawn in AutoCAD/Illustrator, rendered in photoshop). Final Image from my second year, first semester project produced in conjunction with Deisgn for London (DfL). The simple project addressed the needs for the individual market traders. The rails could be moved simply, and easily customised, adapting to the requirements of the individual traders.

Existing Area of formal trade.

Suitcase allotments

2. Deptford Suitcase Market SECOND YEAR, FINAL SEMESTER Carsten Jungfer & Colin Priest

(Drawn in AutoCAD/Illustrator, images added with Photoshop). An Axonometric from year two, semester two. Deptford Suitcase Market, an informal market that encouraged local trade in an ad hoc environment. A tea house also featured on site, an area to act as an open forum for traders to discuss current market issues. The image shows the relation of the Suitcase Market within its direct urban context, discussing how these ad hoc trading spaces could be spread along a specified route.

Under used market area; potential for suitcase trading

URBAN FLEX Extension of scheme along route one


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3.Deptford Suitcase Market SECOND YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER Carsten Jungfer & Colin Priest

(Modelled in Rhino, edited in AutoCAD/Illustrator, Photoshop textures). Final Section from year two, semester two. Deptford Suitcase Market, an informal market that encouraged local trade in an ad hoc environment. A tea house also featured on site, an area to act as an open forum for traders to discuss current market issues.

4. Deptford Embodied Artefact SECOND YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER Carsten Jungfer & Colin Priest

(Hand made model, steel and leather). Embodied Artefact, as part of the second year brief, we were asked to create an object that embodied our architectural ideology. The arctefact embodied the idea of an architect that can respond to individual needs, as well as embracing past knowledge.With more use,the artefact rusted, leaving a trace of interaction, specific to the users chemical composition.


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5. OB1 Live Creation Theatre FIRST YEAR, FINAL SEMESTER Jane Anderson & Colin Priest

(Letraset, Timber, Reused corrugated plastic board, concrete). An intimate project completed by a selection of first year students, in collaboration with Creation Theatre. Design and build project for the Creation Theatre Company, Oxford for their site-specific production of Twelfth Night in the Said Business School. The brief; to design and build an Information booth in Broad Street, Oxford for the evenings & matinees as well as an advertising hoarding. The designed echoed the surrounding shopfronts.


6. Deconstructing Hamlet THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER Jane Anderson

(Montage, Charcoal, Pencil and Paint) A sequencial series of drawings, proposing the deconstruction of Hamlet. This first year project dealt with temporary theatre design for a Shakespearean play. As the story developed, the stage could be deconstructed in relation to Hamlets state of mind.


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7. The Oxford Street Movement Recorder THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER

Sarah Stevens & Patrick Bonfield

(Modelled in Rhino, rendering in 3DS Max, finished in Photoshop). Final Renders from year three, semester one, the bried was an environment that would take people outside of their usual consumerist existence.


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1: 50 / SECTION A - A 1. Sensor Pivot Points, containing a dynamo producing any electricity that might be needed 2. Kinetic Movement of Tappers, connecting to the hollow chambers, each panel has a different thickness, producing a different tone of sound. 3. Hollow Acoustic Skin 4. Nocturnal Speakers 5. Internal Microphones, recording interior noise 6. Hanging Seats, producing a clanging sound any time a person interacts the seat. 7. Recording Hub, storing up to 414 days of audio, with the potential to be extended

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8. The Oxford Street Movement Recorder THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER

Sarah Stevens & Patrick Bonfield

(Drawn in AutoCAD/Illustrator). Final short section, as people moved along the neighbouring oxford street, sensors would record their movement, channelling back to the main reflection chamber, where inhabitants could experience the ticking of Oxford Street activity, this noise then be recorded in the facility’s basement.

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1: 100 / SECTION B - B 1. Pedestrian Sensor ends, rubber tipped as not to cause discomfort if you happen to knock into one 2. Wind Sensor end, a rubber paddle is fitted, any wind that blows through Oxford Street will sway the sensor, causing a tap. 3. Oxford Street Pavement, a cluster point for sensors 4. Step access, creating a “u-bend� effect, cancelling out any sound that might come from Oxford Street 5. Disabled access 6. Barrett Street 7. Recording Hub, tapping at any interction with the Oxford Street sensors.

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9. The Oxford Street Movement Recorder THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER

Sarah Stevens & Patrick Bonfield

(Drawn in AutoCAD/Illustrator). Long Section, the sensors spread across Oxford street, interating with the elements as well as people, providing an accurate reading of activity.

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10. Trace Maker

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Sarah Stevens & Patrick Bonfield 1.

(Hand made device, recycled umbrella, copper, steel, fabric). A device exploring the forgotten individual histories of Oxford Street. As rain water collected in the under carriage of the umbrella, it would filter through the device, oxidising the copper, turning the water green. The water would then drip behind the user, leaving a temporary trace of their existence.

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1. Confortable Handle 2. Reservoir Fastening 3. Reservoir 4. Drip Tip 5. Foldable Fastenings 6. Canvas 7. Water Collection Canal 8. Foldable Fastenings

UNCOVERED REALITIES The Device - Trace Maker


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Assembled by the Wa t c h m a k e r s

Sun moving over the site

Microwaves Black Ink Cartridges

Televisons

Personal Computers

Mobile Phones

Stereos

U R B A N M I N I N G PLASTIC | GLASS | METAL Collection of Precious Metal

T H E R M A L DEPOLYMERIZATION Stored as Downgraded Petroleum

Forming of Required Watch Pieces

EXPLANATORY DIAGRAM Final Scheme

POWER

The electrical waste is collected off Oxford Street, being processed and disassembled into their various raw component parts. These are then smelted in the three blast furnaces, before being formed into the the needed parts. Taking an item that usually is upgraded and changing a product that has the potential to become an item high value, both in terms of craftsmenship and material. The watchmaking towers, move in relation to the sun to gain optimum sun light, casting an ever changing shadow on to Oxford Street.


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11-12. The Worshipful Company Of THIRD YEAR, FINAL SEMESTER

VISUALISATION OF PROPOASAL

Watchmaking Cells

Sarah Stevens & Patrick Bonfield

(Modelled in Rhino, finished in Photoshop/Illstrator) The Worshipful Company of Electrical Scavengers and Watch Makers would house watchmakers, living a monk like existence, teaching and studying the art of Watchmaking. The watchmakers would create watches using the remains of disposable electronics. The Livery would act as an Embassy of sustainable production and living, on the consumerist capital, Oxford Street.

Oxford Street

Blast Furnaces

Transfer point

Production chamber

Watch pieces Archive


Portfolio - Joseph Brown