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The Wittet is a Boutique Hotel which tells the story of Scotsman George Wittet, and his love for the unique cities of Glasgow and Bombay. Wittet, an architect, designed many of Bombay’s most iconic buildings, yet remains almost completely unknown in both India and Scotland. The Wittet Hotel was born from the discovery of this lost heritage, and seeks to creates spaces which tell the story of this unique relationship. The hotel is set in a prized location at the heart of Glasgow: the building is that of the old General Post Office, an ofttimes forgotten architectural gem.
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At the Wittet, guests are taken on a journey, creating a home away from home with magical, unexpected additions that make people want to return endlessly. It features a Lobby, Restaurant, Bar, 48 Guest Rooms and Suites, Public Spaces and a Pool. Each is inspired by specific sites in Bombay and Glasgow, bridging the gap between the two cultures. For instance, the rooms are inspired by Mughal and Scottish Palaces, whilst the pool melds Indian step-wells and Victorian baths. The story of each space is expressed through intricate details, bold use of colour and pattern, and close care to FF&E. This variety of spaces also allows a de-construction of the typology of the hotel, and encompasses its myriad of uses and dynamics. The addition of a rich narrative, bringing to the surface the lost history of Glasgow’s connection with another vital city in the British Empire, creates a new type of hotel, which seeks to make the building and design itself a dancer, in the ballet that is a five star hotel.
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Contact details: www.nikitaheloise.com | +44 7477 471209 | Email: nikitaheloiseharrison@gmail.com
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A project that aims to take everyday activities and turn them into a unique experience with a fresh approach. I was interested in how I could create a journey through a range of activities such as shopping, cooking and dining whilst creating a solid link between the experiences. My aims for the project were to create a community environment that pushes the boundaries of public space whilst rejecting the segregation between customer and employee. My objective was to create a concept that could benefit the Glasgow community and change the everyday, however, making a unique experience accessible to a wide range of people. Therefore, through research I was able to develop a concept that holds a focus around food, creating a culinary journey through the market, cookery school and restaurant over three levels at 157 Buchanan Street.
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This brings cooking to the forefront of the customer experience, acting as a unique learning and social environment that is open to anyone in the heart of Glasgow. Each level draws a focus on the different stages of the home cooked meal where the kitchen is viewed as a social space and is centred within the design, highlighting the opportunities that cooking has to offer. It aims to create interaction within each stage of the process and creating natural conversation between customers and employees.
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Email: rachaelgardner@hotmail.co.uk
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This project is an exploration of a derelict building entitled the Lion Chambers. It was a key artefact in Glasgow’s evolution of the early 1900s. Standing as the city’s second ever reinforced concrete structure, it now sits disconnected to its environment, in a state of disrepair. The Daydreaming Chambers is a project that aims to reanimate the interior spaces of the building into tangible experiences that explore the meaning of a third space, which is a place of comfort, free from the stresses of everyday life.
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We all seek temporary escapism, which Daydreaming is a subconscious form of. The aim of the project is to bring Daydreaming into an accessible, real environment that expands over nine storey levels, all of which connect through human desires and emotions. Each space offers a platform to achieve these ambitions. Through the interior activity, which is different at each level, colour, form and materiality become an integral element in offering an escapism to the individual. The Chambers offers an escape route from the everyday stresses and anxieties experienced by most, by offering a serene environment that is open to interpretation by those who seek it.
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Contact details: nikki.y@virginmedia.com | cargocollective.com/nikkiyoung
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An exploration of public space through the introduction of a ‘lido’ (a public outdoor swimming pool) giving a sense of place and purpose to an otherwise abandoned site. The Lido reinstates activity and provokes social engagement and interaction within a city centre location. Providing the public with a space to reflect, to float, dive, sink or swim through water. Introducing a breathing space within a city, a place where we are able to remove ourselves from reality and to feel free from the everyday, it evokes nostalgic memories of summertime and childhood.
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The project challenges the importance of privacy within a public space, exploring the delicacy of exposure to both the public eye and the natural elements that surround an outdoor swimming pool. Introducing various activities within the site built a ‘destination’ which was important in ensuring that the space could continue to be accessible to those who currently frequent it. A cafe and kiosk serve those on lunch breaks and echoes the carefree nature of the lido. A small artist studio observes the swimming pool, and reflects the nature of the site, the movements and activities happening within and surrounding the public spaces.
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Contact details: mhorne94@icloud.com | 07735416478
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The Dockyard Nº1 is a public bathhouse that takes into consideration important elements of an individuals holistic wellbeing, a hybrid concept between a spa and a sanatorium. It promotes hydrothermal water rooms and routine that allows the user to incorporate a natural healing process that can be integrated into a 21st century lifestyle. The dock will immerse users in an experience that with cleanse each mind and body. The bather will engage a physical presence whilst subconsciously releasing the mental oppression that they may have. The peregrination will be in complete harmony with w a t e r.
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Roaming from chamber to chamber sampling opposing thermal sensations – warm and cool, hot and cold, olfactory and aural water experiences – that reconnect each user to the ancient meaning of spa. The subterranean void contains no direct signage, but focuses on the freedom of movement. It forces a decision based on sensory motives allowing each bather to meander the space in a timeless manner. W a t e r essentially becomes the c o n n e c t i o n between the Earth and human.  Importance in this process lies with the user and their ability to incorporate this daily lifestyle change into their personal routine. This is not a "quick fix", but a gradual installment towards a cleaner lifestyle.
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The collection of work produced this year stems from a list of motivations and interests with regards to the subject of interior design. The work travels from outside space to the individual, and from the art of storytelling to the detailed design of interior spaces. Chapter One explores the transition from the park to the city and begins to define what an interior can be. It proposes a pavilion structure that would enhance the time spent and the experience of the transition between the two environments. Chapter Two graphically explores ways of representing an individual’s approach to interior spaces. It focuses on research and considered boundaries, community, attachments and comfort as reasons why environments are understood and appreciated. Chapter Three explores the social side of the city and implemented a Chefs in Residence space into an existing building. The geometry of the building is challenged and the materiality considered allows for a rotating and engaging environment. The fourth and final chapter creates a workshop and exhibition space within an interstitial space in Glasgow’s city centre. It demonstrates where the application of design can allow for a variety of activities to happen and how interior spaces are designed to accommodate for this.
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Whilst all the chapters produced within the body of work vary in typology they all take on the context of Glasgow, facilitate an approach to design and all consider movement and the temporary nature of an interior space. The show how interior environments become animated by the activities that happen there.
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Contact details: ellenhurst55@gmail.com | ellenlouisehurst.com
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ARTICLE is a culture magazine, issued quarterly. It celebrates and promotes creativity, crafts and art. Each edition captures the current season through a leading theme. The magazine is realised as physical spaces in the form of a showroom, café, editorial studio and printmaking studios. ARTICLE shares stories of dedication about the Scottish artists and makers within its printed pages and through their physical materialisation at the showroom. Every new issue explores the balance between the contemporary and the established.
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The design of the magazine’s showroom embraces the existing visual connection between exterior and interior. The used shapes are inspired by the urban environment surrounding the site. To balance the hard and cold exterior materials (stone, metal, glass), the interior space introduces soft warm colours and the natural feel of oak flooring boards. The choice of materials creates subtle juxtapositions: contemporary - established, and natural - man made.
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The role of the lane is to connect the two interior spaces. At the same time, the constant pedestrian traffic to and between the buildings, sets the beginning of the lane’s activation which turns from a pass-by to a destination, a zone for social interaction. Due to the openness of the interior spaces towards the lane, the boundaries between interior and exterior fade away, creating a seamless environment.
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Contact details: teodora.bankovska@gmail.com | www.teodorabankovska.co.uk
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