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Don't miss this exhibition!
6th February until 6th April 2018
at Knapp Gallery, Park Campus
ReHab ReUse Exhibition
The Client - The Wallace Collection Gallery
The Site - The courtyard at Hertford House, which is off Manchester Square in Marylebone, London.
The Project – ReHab ReUse
Second year students were asked to develop schemes within the courtyard of the Wallace Collection Gallery based on their research and site analysis. The work you will see in this exhibition was undertaken in their ‘IND501 Interior Design Practice I’ and ‘IND502 Interior Design Practice II’ modules, which lasted twelve weeks.
The first six weeks is an opportunity for students to engage with adapting an existing building by introducing a new use. For the second part of the project students developed their scheme in further detail allowing them to consider the form of particular interior elements within the given site and the choice of materials and finishes as an essential aspect of the interior design process. Students were provided with an opportunity to apply knowledge and understanding of ergonomics and user needs when considering the design of junctions and details that articulate these interior elements.
New this term!
Drop-in sessions for all Design students
Every weekday between 1100 and 1200 at the Park Campus Library there will be a librarian available to assist you with:
If you need help with academic skills, such as essay structure, time management or critical thinking, come along between 1300 and 1400 when someone will be available to answer your questions.
Find us on the first floor of the library.
For architecture-related events, including talks, tours and exhibitions, check out London Architecture Diary.
We're buying new books! Click on the cover images below and also have a look on our Books page to find out more, then come to the library to borrow them!
Don't forget that the Interior Design and Architecture journals can be found on the 1st floor at Park Campus Library!
In response to your feedback we have moved all the current and back issues from Marylebone to Park Campus. You can find back issues from 2012 to the present on the 1st floor of the library. Current issues are on the display rack at the entrance to the library.