NTU Architecture Subject Group

Sensing The Unsensed

Wooded valley of Lumsdale is a home for overgrown mill ruins who were born in the 17th century and now its a home for twelve anarchist-oriented communities of adults and young people who desire an ‘off grid’ lifestyle. The design revolves around creating a sense of harmony between the ruin and the new building while they remain independent structures. The approach to create this is done by inserting new forms into the host building, this way the ruin continues to maintain its history and character. The walk through Lumsdale valley is filled with all the wonders the nature has to provide which instigates senses in different parts of the body, the new dwelling will continue to recreate these senses as the user travels through different spaces in the house. Different zones will enable the user to get a multisensory experience as these sensorial experiences leave a positive impact on the occupants, this way the architecture will promote a positive and emotional attachment to spaces.

Sanjana
Student name
Sanjana
Course
MA Interior Architecture and Design
Contact
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@sanjana-shenoy-b04000209
This visual captures the dining/kitchen space overlooking the landscape in the exterior.

This visual captures the dining/kitchen space overlooking the landscape in the exterior.

This visual captures the ceramicist workshop located in the existing grinding mill and has an access to the furniture workshop placed adjacent to it.

This visual captures the ceramicist workshop located in the existing grinding mill and has an access to the furniture workshop placed adjacent to it.

This Visual captures the living room located in the Paint Mill overlooking the grinding mill.

This Visual captures the living room located in the Paint Mill overlooking the grinding mill.

MA Interior Architecture and Design

The MA Interior Architecture and Design is a multi-dimensional course which incorporates the understanding of interior, spatial and architectural design alongside an awareness of building structure.

The course is an intensive 53 week in length, and it is divided into three successive terms: Certificate, Diploma and Masters. The DIPLOMA SHOW is the conclusion of Term 2, launched in July 2021. At the end of Term 3 October 2021, the same students present their MASTERS SHOW before entering into industry or further studies.

The course has a very strong studio-based culture which is reflective of professional practice, with a combination of design and skills-based teaching and exploration with a strong focus on the spatial investigation, humancentric and holistic use of space.

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