Introducing Group21 MSA team, we are a group of six MArch 1 students at the Manchester School of Architecture.

- Vickie Tang
Advanced Practice

- Andrius Ovsiukas
Continuity in Architecture

- Patrick Charles Davies
Advanced Practice

- Cheuk Ki Ma
Advanced Practice

- Natalie Man Sum Chan
Advanced Practice

- Ovidija Zemaityte
Advanced Practice
Posted 16 Mar 2020 16:37

The Architecture School for Children TASC (formerly known as 'Places') a community Interest Company working across Greater Manchester. Over the past 18 years, it has worked with children and communities with the aim of engaging them effectively in their built environments. It does this through bringing together schools, artist, developers, architects, educators, children and the wider community to look at and contribute to the development, design and build of their environment in a creative and collaborative way.

TASC works in partnership with a number of organisations including One Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, the University of Manchester, local schools and community based organisations.

Dan, Catherine and Tam are the collaborators from TASC who will be working with the team during EVENTS.

Visit TASC website for more information:
Posted 16 Mar 2020 16:44

Once the design of the flexible furniture unit is finalised and has been presented to the collaborators, the team will have the opportunity to put their ideas to the test by presenting the concept to the children at TASC.
It is a chance to see if the actual users of these furniture units are able to engage with the design as intended by the team. This also allows to demonstrate how the workshop space can be improved from its current state, as well as how adaptability of the furniture can transform the space for different uses.
Posted 23 Mar 2020 23:36

After conclusion of EVENTS, all the creative effort and hard work of students will be showcased at a public exhibition at Rogue Studios. All the sketch models, design ideas together with the final outcomes – presentation model of a flexible furniture unit and a publication will be on display for everyone to see.

This provides an opportunity for people to engage with the work that TASC are doing, create new links between the people of the community and TASC. Everyone will be able to see the vision the EVENTS team is proposing for the workshop, and provide their feedback and thoughts about the project.
Posted 23 Mar 2020 23:37