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Located within an old Victorian building in Brighton, the existing site had an inherent linear and circulatory nature. Initial site visits were peppered with physical and material boundaries, which lead the eye from one space to the other. It was this notion of the linear quality and accuracy of the eye that lent itself to the performance of archery.

The concept, spatial and plan drawings reveal a space based on the idea of linear accuracy, circulation and glimpse; the notion of the spaces leading onto another, or revealing elements or shadows to entice. There is also a strong focus on journey; the walkways take you from one space to the next over large spans of the building. This is taken from the sense of contemplation and reflection an archer experiences when retrieving their arrows. The building would be appropriated by five professional archers to train and dwell for three days to gain a higher level of training; taking in target practice, meditation and upper body weight training.

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site research/ analysis of three specific locations drawn at 1:20 as conceptual, explorative sections

explorative models at 1:10 and 1:100 scale to further explore ideas generated from initial site research and drawings

two films created from the models

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conceptual plan and part sectional drawing exploring the programmatic spaces required

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developmental drawings in plan, section and perspective. a sketch model to understand the structural and spatial implications of the intervention

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plan drawings over 4 views

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a drawing to explore the impact of the viaduct on the building and surrounding area

cross section and long section. long section explores the design during the night time

construction and technology drawing of the intervention and the existing building

perspective drawings of the intervention at key moments of the journey through the building

external renders showing how the exterior would be altered