TRANS:FORM

MLA-2 STUDENT EXHIBITION

The central concern is the idea of landscape as a cultural construct and as a manifestation of the inter-relationships between cultural and environmental systems. Back in Autumn 2019, Eddy Fox led students to investigate into future landscape ‘scenarios’ applying both scientific and imaginative methodologies. These were then considered in relation to a specific set of landscape conditions. 

MLA-2, our final year graduates on the Atelier module, went ahead to develop their own scenarios around 4 pertinent themes based in the rural coast of Cumbria. Themes included: Drowning World · New Nomads · Rural Powerhouse · Wild Woods · and Disenclosure. Students applied their scenarios at progressive scales to determine future landscape responses in a changing world.

The graduate's scenarios and design responses have been launched on the Manchester School of Architecture (MSA) Digital Degree Show website where people have the opportunities to meet the students behind the virtual show and be among the first to experience the work. 

 

Flick through the slider below and select 'read more' for each graduate. 

Swati Banerjee

Swati Banerjee

Nicholas Baron

Nicholas Baron

Kim Behrouzian

Kim Behrouzian

Ashley Eagles

Ashley Eagles

Beavan Flanagan

Beavan Flanagan

Beth Houston

Beth Houston

Reema Khan

Reema Khan

Wilson Lai

Wilson Lai

Carly Leung

Carly Leung

Anthony Lynch

Anthony Lynch

Leighton Mak

Leighton Mak

Sonali Mallapur

Sonali Mallapur

Zilu Meng

Zilu Meng

Anushriya Pherwani

Anushriya Pherwani

Lauren Pridding

Lauren Pridding

Harry Snowden

Harry Snowden

Sahil Unkule

Sahil Unkule

Daisy Wong

Daisy Wong

Xianzheng Zeng

Xianzheng Zeng

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Manchester School of Architecture

Manchester Metropolitan University

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