Architecture and Interior architecture students at Brookes are working collaboratively on a 5-year live project with the aim to build a modular structure on campus by reusing local waste streams as construction materials, following the concept of reduce-reuse-recycle.
In today's blog article, we are featuring works from an exhibition of the First Year of Architecture students in the Glass Tank, which showcases their most recent work. The exhibition consists of a series of experimental cassettes (aka. wall panels) made from waste recycled materials.
Image credits: ARCH4001_Brief_2022-23_Rev 1
Students have teamed up to produce a variety of cassettes and come up with innovative ways of designing cladding, insulation layers and interior finishes, all from recycled materials.
Let's take a look at the amazing cassettes below!
Image credits: OSA Magazine Team
Don't forget to check out the exhibition in the Glass Tank, you don't want to miss out!