The design is one that is multifaceted and complex. The concept of ‘pattern’ is one which covers how the city is an ordered series of arrangement and display of a particular thing. The conceptual form tries to embrace the contradictory features and qualities of the site in order to create an architectural form which is stimulating for all.
Designed for migrants, the main objective for the architectural form is to allow
people to write their own version of Je me souviens, recall memories, create a quasiautobiography to define Digbeth with their own unique configuration
formed from their own set of recollections. Therefore, the framework is made from patterns of stories. How can the architectural form created become something that is sensitive to these recollections?

An enthusiastic and ambitious architecture student, I aim to appreciate and recognise the potential architecture has to understand and therefore, exemplify, the physical and social elements of the city.
I am currently engaged in a project experimenting with how architecture can create a social hierarchy, recognising the implications this has on the human scale. By curating an ‘extreme’ outcome, I look to highlight the social diversity that is prevalent in today’s society. I am interested in understanding the multiple layers and how this can be abstracted to create an architectural form that is contextually aware.
My interests in architecture focus on social issues where sustainability to society is important to the vitality of spaces. I am keen to learn new skills to develop further ideas and approaches to architecture and the built environment.
BSoAD | Birmingham School of Architecture and Design
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