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The is the other side of the finished room. The lighting that we chose allows for a softer light when the main fluorescent lights are off.
Posted 10 May 2017 12:11
This is the finished room. We used the dark grey as an accent colour for the doors and the pipes. The light grey was used for the display wall, where the display boards where replaced by a series of cork boards, and for the wooden panelling around the room. The white paint was used for the remaining walls. The benches were placed under the projector but are movable making the space flexible for a variation of uses.
Posted 10 May 2017 12:08
Next to prepare the room for the first stage of refurbishment through painting the walls and doors, we masking taped sections of the room. We chose to paint the room in a series of three colours; a white, light grey and dark grey.
Posted 10 May 2017 12:01
This is the room before we started to paint the walls. We first prepped the room by removing the existing display boards, the projector and fairy lights that were placed around the room. We then covered the floor with sheets to protect the flooring.
Posted 10 May 2017 11:53
Yesterday the students presented to our client, Gareth, at St Phillip's Church. The presentations went very well and Gareth was impressed with all of the proposed ideas. We have decided to combine elements from all three groups. These consist of: painting and lighting, a display wall and seating.
Posted 24 Mar 2017 12:31
A pinterest board has been created to showcase and share a range of precedents which illustrate the type of designs that could be incorporated into the room at the church.
Posted 21 Mar 2017 11:04
This photograph shows Gareth telling us about the display boards that are on the walls of the room which are used by the community groups. The design of the room will need to incorporate a way of displaying the groups work and information in a more efficient way.
Posted 16 Feb 2017 13:52