Dundee / Degree Show 2022 / Architecture: Selected Works

Slowly, tentatively, the process of teaching and learning architecture in Dundee has started to lean back towards some kind of normality.  As in every other aspect of our lives, this is very welcome.

It has been a joy to see students (some for the first time) starting to become familiar with the collective studio environment in the school.  The studio is at the heart of architectural education; and it’s great that we can all benefit from it again… it’s about sharing ideas, discussing the qualities that makes great places and buildings, and borrowing (and then developing) ideas from peers – all of that has been missing in the remote teaching we’ve had to pursue over the last couple of years.

And now (I hope) as in so many other communities, we can look forward with some sense of optimism towards the future.  Hopefully the work collected here – which is a celebration of the talent of all students in the Architecture School at the University of Dundee – reflects that sense of optimism.

This article is a credit to all of the students in the school, as well as the staff, who have worked so hard to navigate through the challenges of the last two years.

Congratulations to the students, and best wishes for the future!

See also – similar coverage of the 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 exhibitions.

Year 5. Chelseigh Buchanan. Exosomatic Memory. Abandoned Building in All Stages.
Year 5. Chelseigh Buchanan. Exosomatic Memory. Model: Memory Layers of Athens.
Year 5. Chelseigh Buchanan. Exosomatic Memory. Immersology / Object Collective.
Year 5. Kamen Rusev. A City Without Objects. Dundee in Three Strips.
Year 5. Kamen Rusev. A City Without Objects. Plan Detail, City Centre.
Year 5. Kamen Rusev. A City Without Objects. Perspective, City Centre.
Year 5. Lorna Scanlan. The Tin City – Living Seasonally in Blairgowrie. The Garden Bothy / The Community Dining Table.
Year 5. Lorna Scanlan. The Tin City – Living Seasonally in Blairgowrie. Extension of the Well Meadow (The Event).
Year 5. Lorna Scanlan. The Tin City – Living Seasonally in Blairgowrie. Well Meadow Section.
Year 5. Katie Phillips. The Collective Individual: Confronting Autonomy in an Urban Semiosphere. External Study.
Year 5. Katie Phillips. The Collective Individual: Confronting Autonomy in an Urban Semiosphere. Studio Semiosphere.
Year 5. Katie Phillips. The Collective Individual: Confronting Autonomy in an Urban Semiosphere. Studio Semiosphere (Detail).
Year 5. Rozalina Hristova. The Social Glue. House Morphosis.
Year 5. Rozalina Hristova. The Social Glue. Hands-on Structural Model.
Year 5. Laura Moldovan. THE (re)PUBLIC / Staging Dramaturgical Politics on London’s South Bank. Park View; Ongoing political theatre with choir presence.
Year 5. Laura Moldovan. THE (re)PUBLIC / Staging Dramaturgical Politics on London’s South Bank. Democratic wall chunk (Structural Dissection).
Year 5. Sam Morman. The Open Edge. The Inhabited Wall of Blairgowrie and Rattray.
Year 5. Sam Morman. The Open Edge. Community Landmark.
Year 5. Sam Morman. The Open Edge. The Neighbourhood Street.
Year 5. Sam Morman. The Open Edge. The Urban Forest.
Year 5. Evan McColl. Retrospective Retrofit / Reuse of Dundee’s Historical Industrial Architecture. Deconstruction Axonometric.
Year 5. Evan McColl. Retrospective Retrofit / Reuse of Dundee’s Historical Industrial Architecture. Technical Section.
Year 5. Marcus Myles. Mitigating the Death of the Multi. The Existing Condition.
Year 5. Marcus Myles. Mitigating the Death of the Multi. The Free Plan.
Year 5. Marcus Myles. Mitigating the Death of the Multi. The Pillars of Hilltown.
Year 5. Craig McCracken. Dirt Work at the Cross-Roads. Blairgowrie Analysis Map.
Year 5. Craig McCracken. Dirt Work at the Cross-Roads. River Reactivation.
Year 5. Craig McCracken. Dirt Work at the Cross-Roads. Taproom and Brewery.
Year 4. Lee McIlroy. Manufacturing Consent. Typology Studies.
Year 4. Lee McIlroy. Manufacturing Consent. Model Study of Media Walkway.
Year 4. Yavor Nedelchev. Subsistence and Garden / Reclaiming the Market Space. Long Perspectival Section with Rendered Views.
Year 4. Yavor Nedelchev. Subsistence and Garden / Reclaiming the Market Space. Rendered View of Self-Sustaining Community Market.
Year 4. Martyna Przbolewska. Edge of Education / Rewilding Education. Rewilded Detailed Section.
Year 4. Martyna Przbolewska. Edge of Education / Rewilding Education. Visualisation of Building Frontage.
Year 4. Saoirse Stenhouse. Retrofitting Resilience. Axonometric (flooded condition).
Year 4. Saoirse Stenhouse. Retrofitting Resilience. Axonometric (non-flooded condition).
Year 4. Remy McLeod. Here or Nowhere / Arborescence Auditorium, View from Walkway.
Year 4. Remy McLeod. Here or Nowhere / Arborescence Residential Unit Typologies.
Year 4. Beth Harper. Sustainable Connection. Deconstructed Isometric.
Year 4. Beth Harper. Sustainable Connection. Interior render of Double-Height Space.
Year 4. Hattie Smith, Kirsty Elliott, Priyanka Sharma, Khalil Atchia. Grid / No-Gig City, model.
Year 4. Hattie Smith, Kirsty Elliott, Priyanka Sharma, Khalil Atchia. Grid / No-Gig City, model, detail.
Year 4. Hattie Smith. Legs, Penguins and Bureaucracy. External Perspective.
Year 4. Hattie Smith. Legs, Penguins and Bureaucracy. Section.
Year 4. Rebekka Dick. The 1845 Eden Project. Structural Axonometric.
Year 4. Rebekka Dick. The 1845 Eden Project. Long Section.
Year 4. Rebekka Dick. The 1845 Eden Project. Long Section (detail).
Year 4. Sean O’Tiarnaigh. Strata / The Decks. 1:500 Model.
Year 4. Sean O’Tiarnaigh. Strata / The Decks. Perspective Section Through the Ramps.
Year 4. Sean O’Tiarnaigh. Strata / The Decks. Rendered view along the Deck.
Year 4. Freddie Walkden. Medical Centre. Interior Render.
Year 4. Freddie Walkden. Medical Centre. Worm’s Eye View of Charity Space.
Year 3. Maya Barnes. The Stacks, Old Aberdeen. Elphinstone Street Perspective.
Year 3. Maya Barnes. The Stacks, Old Aberdeen. Environmental Section.
Year 3. Maya Barnes. The Stacks, Old Aberdeen. Part Elevation / Part Section.
Year 3. Alberto Ortiz Abad. The Space in Between. External Render.
Year 3. Alberto Ortiz Abad. The Space in Between. Contextual Massing Model and 1:50 Detailed Model.
Year 3. Emma Morrison. The Making Market, Old Aberdeen. Hussle and Bustle.
Year 3. Emma Morrison. The Making Market, Old Aberdeen. Rainy Days.
Year 3. Jenny Mitchell. Axonometric Study of Circulation Space.
Year 3. Jenny Mitchell. Axonometric Study of Library Desks.
Year 3. Archie Read. The Community Fulfilment Centre, St Marys. Render of External Space.
Year 3. Archie Read. The Community Fulfilment Centre, St Marys. Render of Market Hall.
Year 3. Jamie Deuchars. Aberdeen Arts Market. Campus Axonometric.
Year 3. Jamie Deuchars. Aberdeen Arts Market. Long Section and Market Hall Render.
Year 3. Liv Katrine Kleivene. Artisan Court, Aberdeen. Model Photo.
Year 3. Liv Katrine Kleivene. Artisan Court, Aberdeen. Model Photo (Detail).
Year 3. Robbie Lyall. The Post-Covid Market. Perspective Section.
Year 3. Robbie Lyall. The Post-Covid Market. Interior Render (the best room in Aberdeen).
Year 3. Patrick Corsame. The Exchange at the University of Aberdeen. Axonometric of Student Hub.
Year 3. Patrick Corsame. The Sanctuary at St Marys. Perspective Section.
Year 3. Emily Campbell. Old Aberdeen Market Space. 1:50 Technical Section.
Year 3. Emily Campbell. Old Aberdeen Market Space. 1:50 Sectional Model.
Year 3. Alistair Rice. Old Aberdeen’s Creative Centre for Making. Long Section.
Year 3. Alistair Rice. Old Aberdeen’s Creative Centre for Making. Render of Making Hall.
Year 2. Selina Sode. Belmont Outdoor Education Centre. External Render (Approach).
Year 2. Selina Sode. Belmont Outdoor Education Centre. External Render (Courtyard).
Year 2. Ryan Smith. Belmont Outdoor Education Centre. External Render.
Year 2. Ryan Smith. Belmont Outdoor Education Centre. Rendered Section.
Year 2. Josie Strachan. Belmont Outdoor Education Centre. External Render.
Year 2. Josie Strachan. Belmont Outdoor Education Centre. Internal Courtyard Render.
Year 2. Morgan Macintosh. Belmont Outdoor Education Centre. Render of Covered Outdoor Learning Space.
Year 2. Morgan Macintosh. Belmont Outdoor Education Centre. Render of Greenhouse.
Year 2. Alexander Ritchie. Tea House material project. Render with Plan and Section.
Year 2. Alexander Ritchie. Belmont Outdoor Education Centre. Render of Outdoor Learning Space.
Year 1. Laura Cruickshank. St Andrews Ceramic Studio. Model.
Year 1. Laura Cruickshank. St Andrews Ceramic Studio. Plans and Street Elevation.
Year 1. Shengke Lim. Creative Instrument Studio, St Andrews. External Render of Street Frontage.
Year 1. Shengke Lim. Tchaikovsky Pavilion, Dundee. Detail Model.
Year 1. Shengke Lim. House for Pingping Ball. Model.
Year 1. Natasha Bell. Music Pavilion. Model, exterior.
Year 1. Natasha Bell. Music Pavilion. Model, interior.
Year 1. Anna Matthaei. House for a Ping Pong Ball. Concept Sketch, Plan, Section, and Model Photo.
Year 1. Anna Matthaei. Pavilion in Slessor Gardens, Dundee. Model Photos.
Year 1. Laura Andrade. Music Pavilion. Hand Drawings and Models.
Year 1. Laura Andrade. Clay Studio. 2D drawings and Model.
Year 1. Aleksandra Bednarek. Ping Pong Ball House. Model Photos and Orthographic Drawings.
Year 1. Aleksandra Bednarek. Warsaw Palace of Culture. Poster Study.
Year 1. Andra Tai. Social Space Project / Bakery and House. Model.
Year 1. Andra Tai. Pavilion Project. Structural Model.

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