Architectural Technology - Year 2
Tumpa Husna Yasmin Fellowst.firstname.lastname@example.org
Tumpa Fellows is an award-winning architect and a Senior Lecturer at the School of Architecture and Cities. Her teaching draws on her research methodologies on interdisciplinary approach to design and her research focuses on community participatory methods and architectural responses to the changing climate, landscape and social practices. She has co-founded the practice Our Building Design, charity Mannan Foundation Trust and she is the founder of FAME collective. Tumpa was awarded the RIBA President’s Award for Research 2019 (commendation).Read More...
Eleni Han is currently a PhD researcher in Architecture and Photography, Eleni is an architectural designer, an educator and researcher on architecture, art and curation with a particular interest in space as a state as well as a construct. Since 2019, she is co-leader with Guillermo Ruiz of the Curating as Research project, investigating new interdisciplinary methods and methodologies as a means to responding to architectural and urban concerns.Read More...
Hocine Bougdah runs a design consultancy practice alongside his academic role. His research interests cover topics including sustainable design, innovative low-tech/ low-energy buildings, spatial experience of users and issues of culture, urbanisation and globalisation.Read More...
Southwark’s Regeneration TeamRead More...
YEAR 2: This year we set out to explore what role a designer plays in addressing racial, spatial and climate injustice; how can architectural design be a medium between communities and the local authorities and communicate inequity in Peckham? The Covid-19 pandemic highlighted the power of community action and collective response has become vital for communities worldwide, whether they are affected by racial injustice, health and housing inequality and/or the climate change crisis. Our initial research included community engagement and ethnographic practices to explore Peckham. The information was then translated into a series of Mapping drawings which documented the findings of the effects of coronavirus and environmental injustice. The Mapping output and visual documentation were presented to the local authority’s Regeneration Team, and led to early design proposals, challenging the students to design a place to facilitate community engagement. Students have been encouraged to learn through case study projects from around the world, such as the Baris Village by Egyptian modernist architect Hassan Fathy and consider architectural responses to the extreme environments and social inequity. These interactive methods and the findings have informed the final design proposals: A Civic Space/ Community Dwelling, on an urban site in Peckham using architectural landscaping and spatial formalisation, which responded to the environmental, ecological and social aspects of the context.Read More...