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Group R Transformation of Our Town Hall

MArch students will be given majority of information before attending the first day activity in Town Hall, and split the large group into few smaller group for better communication and risk control. All students will be informed that Manchester Town Hall is a live construction site and a restricted access large building, should be under supervision from a Town Hall or Purcell individual during all the time of site visit. All of group members are reminded during two weeks of event, that should respect the nature of the project being a currently ongoing project, and any project sensitive material/information shared with them are to be kept confidential. All students will have already been inducted at both B.15 and MMU workshop, in addition to help from workshop stuffs, MArch students will be oversee all work and give guidance where necessary. Students have been requested to respect all public spaces, building and the users of any buildings that they visit, including the group members and all staffs. // Download Poster

Quan W

The rough sketch painting of the potential parts of the project.
Posted 29 Jan 2019 13:14
Collaborator - Purcell
Posted 29 Jan 2019 04:42
With a lot of case analysis, we've chosen three possible directions to analyze and discuss, and we'll be deepening the project in the entrances of City Town Hall, the corridor and the outside, to create a more open, positive space atmosphere
Posted 29 Jan 2019 03:56
In the program deduction, we will discuss the technical construction part of the program together with our students. Through handcraft modeling, we will jointly explore a new structural reconstruction program suitable for the City Town Hall.
Posted 29 Jan 2019 03:51
The discussion about the Town Hall Project
Posted 29 Jan 2019 03:46
The process of sketching Plan A,Plan B and Plan C
Posted 29 Jan 2019 03:45
Posted 9 Jan 2019 16:11
Our Town Hall is a live remodeling project led by Manchester City Council to retain and enhance the cultural heritage of the city’s most iconic venue. Our collaborators - Manchester City Council, Purcell Architects and B15 Workshop have tasked us with producing interactive installations at the external and internal parts of the Town Hall, we will provide a graphic proposal which help young people raise the interests to the Town Hall. We will be working and studying closely with undergraduate students to improve our remodeling elements to achieve a goal which make space more lively and attractive in the City Town Hall
Posted 9 Jan 2019 16:08
MArch students will be given majority of information before attending the first day activity in Town Hall, and split the large group into few smaller group for better communication and risk control. All students will be informed that Manchester Town Hall is a live construction site and a restricted access large building, should be under supervision from a Town Hall or Purcell individual during all the time of site visit. All of group members are reminded during two weeks of event, that should respect the nature of the project being a currently ongoing project, and any project sensitive material/information shared with them are to be kept confidential. All students will have already been inducted at both B.15 and MMU workshop, in addition to help from workshop stuffs, MArch students will be oversee all work and give guidance where necessary. Students have been requested to respect all public spaces, building and the users of any buildings that they visit, including the group members and all staffs.
Posted 9 Jan 2019 16:01