What This Space Could Become for Other Worlds / The Story Museum, Oxford (UK) 2011-12.
OB1 LIVE, Oxford Brookes University (UK)
As part of the “Other Worlds” exhibition, The Story Museum asked year one students at Oxford Brookes School of Architecture to revisit a site analysis project that they had undertaken in September 2011. They had visited the empty spaces of the ex-Post Office Exchange building to be occupied by The Story Museum, sketching and writing stories of what each space could become. These potent and potential stories were installed with some of the story telling devices that had been designed by the students to enable The Story Museum to activate and occupy the space while awaiting its renovation.
Client: Other Worlds / The Story Museum
Students: Maxine Agyemang, Thameenah Ahmad, Dana Alshamali, Charles Anslow-Wilson, Michael Armfield, Alistair Backhouse, Nicholas Bailey, Dylan Baker, Aymui Ban, Adam Barlow, Maya Basdal, Nikita Benjamin, Charlotte Birch, Callum Boult, Charlotte Boyd, Jack Boyle, Benjamin Brook, Matthew Brown, Edward Campbell, Jack Clay, William Colebrook, Grace Crannis, Rachana Cycum, Isobel Dale, Laura Davis-Lamarre, Mathew Deeming, Michael Dixon, John Elliott, Benjamin Ellis, Eliz Erdenizci, Savizeh Eslami, Christian Fernandez Escoda, Christos Floros, Annika Francis, Amy Frost, George Frost, Francesca Ghavami, Henry Gibbon, Edward Gillibrand, Maryam Gohari, Alexandra Grant, Gabrielle Greer, Sofie Grieg, Wojciech Gryz, Joyce Gyimah-Asante, Samantha-Josephine Hagan, Mariana Hankova, Lucy Hariades, Aaron Harwood, Alexander Hawkings, Giselle Higgins, Sophie Hindley, Kiera Hintze, Felicity Holmes, Preben Holst, Tokio Honda, Alexandra Horsman, Fred Howarth, Ayesha Issadeen, Elizabeth Jarman, Olivier Jauniaux, Fartun Jimale, Aaliyah Juman, Sahir Kabani, Rami Kanaan, Prerana Karnawat, Tumem Khuram, Kilian Kleine, Caroline Klemp, Sunniva Kvaleberg, Sara Lage, Hongjiang Lang, Esther Langley, Valentine Lenoir, Claire Lewis, Huangbin Li, Dika Lim, Yuen Liu, Katherine Llewellyn, Carlos Loureiro Silva Pinto, Brandan Magie, Frederick Mawhood, Hugh McNeil, George Michelin, Thomas Moore, Jessica Morley, David Neal, Darren Ng Fuk Chong, Natalie Nolan, Robert Nunn, Lisa Oforji, Siti On, Panayiota Orthodoxou, Rebecca Outterside, James Palmer, Daniel Panico, Jessica Paterson, Carys Payne, Jack Perry, Stephanie Phelan, Katriona Pillay, Emily Powell-Tuck, Jayson Quayle, Nathaniel Reading, Katie Reilly, Christine Roman, Theodore Roseland, Vita Rossi, Barnaby Row, Joanna Ryterska, Dougal Sadler, Kirlon Sanchez, John Scammell, Jennie Schneider, Iris Senel, Cameron Shackley, Peter Sienkowski, Wellesley Sjafei, Rebecca Smale, Oliver Smith, Polly Smith, Pei Fen Song, Alexia Soteriou, Tatiana Southey-Bassols, Jacob Spradley, Fiona Stephens, Jacob Sturdy, Alexandra Tagkali, Robert Tavare, Isobel Taylor, Oliver Taylor, Sally Taylor, Zoe Taylor, Uday Thapa Magar, William Tolfree, Jaina Valji, Vilde Vanberg, John Venier, Anna Voicehovsky, Harriet Waine, Elizabeth Waters, Aaron Williams, Oliver Williams, Freddie Wiltshire, Jessica Wood, Emily Wright, Frances Wyatt, Feng Yang, Thomas Yudin.
Tutors: Jane Anderson, Colin Priest, Colin Smith, Emu Masuyama, Orestes Chouchoulas, Milan Stamenkovic, Rob Houmøller
Research: How can stories be used to analyse a site?
United Kingdom, Days, 0-10, Architecture, Self-funded, Semi-permanent, Undergraduate, +, Commissioned, Propositional, Curricular, Interior Architecture, Students with tutor, Oxford Brookes Univ.