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Tottenham Journal August 9, 2012

Tottenham Journal August 9, 2012

What am I doing now?

Hello Everyone,

I am now a Master’s student completing my Part 2. It’s hard and it’s fun, I’m enjoying myself. Of course, this means I will shortly be updating my website again to reflect all the work I’ve done and will be doing during the masters.

Wish me luck, bless me and all the rest.

Tj

Portfolio update!

Creating holes.

Title: Where he wants to be.

Title: Where he wants to be.

I’m not quite sure what this ended up being, but my initial intention was simply to show the vertical relationship that lies between three pre-planned spaces. The bottom is a public chaotic space which is literally pictured with messy wires, the middle space is the bell archive, whilst the top floor was slightly unresolved at this time, with the only definite thing being the bird ledge that opens outwards on the top floor.

I’m not quite sure what this ended up being, but my initial intention was simply to show the vertical relationship that lies between three pre-planned spaces. The bottom is a public chaotic space which is literally pictured with messy wires, the middle space is the bell archive, whilst the top floor was slightly unresolved at this time, with the only definite thing being the bird ledge that opens outwards on the top floor.

Mapping the soundscape of the City of Nottingham, a series of journeys with my ears as guidance.
The larger the dots, the louder the sounds in that area.
This route circles Broadmarsh Shopping Centre and Bus Station and Market Square it starts and ends at my apartment. There is no scale here, just relativity.

Mapping the soundscape of the City of Nottingham, a series of journeys with my ears as guidance.

The larger the dots, the louder the sounds in that area.

This route circles Broadmarsh Shopping Centre and Bus Station and Market Square it starts and ends at my apartment. There is no scale here, just relativity.

There is something about this space that I really love. I am impartial to the slightly textured photograph appearance (which is probably the result of the scanning process).
The warm glow of sunlight highlights the beauty of the extruding horizontal internal balcony and also the levels and plants.
I must admit I am rarely smitten by such linear spaces, but in this case, the furnishings take some credit. I believe that this is a feat of interior design, internal foliage seems to mimic the language of the thin branch-like members that form the window frame. The warm tones of the rug, veneer divider wall and l-shaped sofa provides an upholstered sunset, to which the linear lines above and below mimic the horizon to whuch the sunset rests behind.
There is life in the space, and I am anticipating to see a man in thick black-framed glasses and an loosened shirt appear from inside the corridor. My eyes want to narrow onto the details, the cushions, each item behind the sofa, the hung decorations on the wall and the pattern on the rug, but I am content with the full composition for the time being.
Thank you r3darch for re-introducing this to me:

Eames House / Charles and Ray (via  ArchDaily)

There is something about this space that I really love. I am impartial to the slightly textured photograph appearance (which is probably the result of the scanning process).

The warm glow of sunlight highlights the beauty of the extruding horizontal internal balcony and also the levels and plants.

I must admit I am rarely smitten by such linear spaces, but in this case, the furnishings take some credit. I believe that this is a feat of interior design, internal foliage seems to mimic the language of the thin branch-like members that form the window frame. The warm tones of the rug, veneer divider wall and l-shaped sofa provides an upholstered sunset, to which the linear lines above and below mimic the horizon to whuch the sunset rests behind.

There is life in the space, and I am anticipating to see a man in thick black-framed glasses and an loosened shirt appear from inside the corridor. My eyes want to narrow onto the details, the cushions, each item behind the sofa, the hung decorations on the wall and the pattern on the rug, but I am content with the full composition for the time being.

Thank you r3darch for re-introducing this to me:

Eames House / Charles and Ray (via  ArchDaily)

Books make a space read nicer.

Books make a space read nicer.

Browsing images and images of interiors, designs and layouts, the warm sunlight enters the rooms, and shines on the linen sofa, which sits side on to a lovely bookcase, alternatively a rustic oak end table lies against old wallpaper, but supports a pile of vintage-looking books, just beautiful.

Tottenham Journal August 9, 2012

Tottenham Journal August 9, 2012

What am I doing now?

Hello Everyone,

I am now a Master’s student completing my Part 2. It’s hard and it’s fun, I’m enjoying myself. Of course, this means I will shortly be updating my website again to reflect all the work I’ve done and will be doing during the masters.

Wish me luck, bless me and all the rest.

Tj

Portfolio update!

Tinn’s Story

Tinn’s Story

Creating holes.

Title: Where he wants to be.

Title: Where he wants to be.

I’m not quite sure what this ended up being, but my initial intention was simply to show the vertical relationship that lies between three pre-planned spaces. The bottom is a public chaotic space which is literally pictured with messy wires, the middle space is the bell archive, whilst the top floor was slightly unresolved at this time, with the only definite thing being the bird ledge that opens outwards on the top floor.

I’m not quite sure what this ended up being, but my initial intention was simply to show the vertical relationship that lies between three pre-planned spaces. The bottom is a public chaotic space which is literally pictured with messy wires, the middle space is the bell archive, whilst the top floor was slightly unresolved at this time, with the only definite thing being the bird ledge that opens outwards on the top floor.

Mapping the soundscape of the City of Nottingham, a series of journeys with my ears as guidance.
The larger the dots, the louder the sounds in that area.
This route circles Broadmarsh Shopping Centre and Bus Station and Market Square it starts and ends at my apartment. There is no scale here, just relativity.

Mapping the soundscape of the City of Nottingham, a series of journeys with my ears as guidance.

The larger the dots, the louder the sounds in that area.

This route circles Broadmarsh Shopping Centre and Bus Station and Market Square it starts and ends at my apartment. There is no scale here, just relativity.

There is something about this space that I really love. I am impartial to the slightly textured photograph appearance (which is probably the result of the scanning process).
The warm glow of sunlight highlights the beauty of the extruding horizontal internal balcony and also the levels and plants.
I must admit I am rarely smitten by such linear spaces, but in this case, the furnishings take some credit. I believe that this is a feat of interior design, internal foliage seems to mimic the language of the thin branch-like members that form the window frame. The warm tones of the rug, veneer divider wall and l-shaped sofa provides an upholstered sunset, to which the linear lines above and below mimic the horizon to whuch the sunset rests behind.
There is life in the space, and I am anticipating to see a man in thick black-framed glasses and an loosened shirt appear from inside the corridor. My eyes want to narrow onto the details, the cushions, each item behind the sofa, the hung decorations on the wall and the pattern on the rug, but I am content with the full composition for the time being.
Thank you r3darch for re-introducing this to me:

Eames House / Charles and Ray (via  ArchDaily)

There is something about this space that I really love. I am impartial to the slightly textured photograph appearance (which is probably the result of the scanning process).

The warm glow of sunlight highlights the beauty of the extruding horizontal internal balcony and also the levels and plants.

I must admit I am rarely smitten by such linear spaces, but in this case, the furnishings take some credit. I believe that this is a feat of interior design, internal foliage seems to mimic the language of the thin branch-like members that form the window frame. The warm tones of the rug, veneer divider wall and l-shaped sofa provides an upholstered sunset, to which the linear lines above and below mimic the horizon to whuch the sunset rests behind.

There is life in the space, and I am anticipating to see a man in thick black-framed glasses and an loosened shirt appear from inside the corridor. My eyes want to narrow onto the details, the cushions, each item behind the sofa, the hung decorations on the wall and the pattern on the rug, but I am content with the full composition for the time being.

Thank you r3darch for re-introducing this to me:

Eames House / Charles and Ray (via  ArchDaily)

Books make a space read nicer.

Books make a space read nicer.

Browsing images and images of interiors, designs and layouts, the warm sunlight enters the rooms, and shines on the linen sofa, which sits side on to a lovely bookcase, alternatively a rustic oak end table lies against old wallpaper, but supports a pile of vintage-looking books, just beautiful.

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