Today we are featuring work from Lindsey DuPell from DS3 The task was to design a resilience framework. My idea was to make a complex concept more palatable. So, I'm currently in the process of developing an interactive resilience framework, accessible from mobile, tablet or desktop. Through a bottom up approach, my solution invites more voices to the conversation and my hope, is that my framework can be applied in real world scenarios soon
Todays we are featuring the work from the postgraduate studio DS3 by Chloe Loader Resilience by Design aims to understand the discourse surrounding urban spaces and resilience, creating a framework which has been tested against Jericho Wharf. Oxford canal was built during the Industrial Revolution to transport coal, and connects Oxford to Coventry. These 'digital paintings' aim to capture the contrast in the original and current use of the canal, highlighting the atmosphere.
At OSA we think is important to use our platform as a place to discuss relevant issues facing the Architectural profession; we want to promote organisations and events that help to combat diversity issues within the construction industry. Architecture has long been considered a white male dominated profession; the recent Equality and Diversity survey (August 2020) by the ARB shows that the 83% (of the 66.4% of the register surveyed) are white and 71% male. Whilst the professi