Group 25
IN THE OCEANS OF DIVERSITY

Our team collaborates with the organization 'Building Bridges, Pendle'. Our aim is to regenerate a multifunctional event place, below the offices of a charity’s office in Nelson, into an exciting space to benefit the community. We have given the opportunity to redesign contemporary and innovating concept schemes that would explore the idea of coming together from different backgrounds and cultures.

Nuwar D / Giorgos P

Activities and Skills: The creative aspect of our project will give the opportunity to the students to develop and present design ideas to the team and our collaborator. This will allow them to evolve their collaborative, technical and personal skills.

Specifically, the development of knowledge of digital software such as these of Adobe suite, AutoCAD and Revit will help the team to create an exciting design proposal, based on coherent research and that will be presented in a good manner. This will be achieved through small workshops that will be organized in the future and that will assist the students to acquire more knowledge on how to use the above software.
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Social Impact: The aim of this project is to provide a feeling of welcomeness throughout the year. With the use of colors, modularity and a sustainable approach, the project is going to create diversity in the neighbourhood. It will be equipped with modular spaces that can have different functions depending on the needs of the organization.
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Introducing our Partners! Building Bridges Pendle are registered Charity and in 2019 they celebrated their twentieth anniversary. The charity contributes to community relation and community cohesion meanwhile raising awareness about people with different backgrounds and cultures. Their aim is to help people, create new friendships that cross-cultural boundaries.
Our first Collaborator is Rauf Bashir who is the project manager of Building Bridges Pendle. He will be acting as our main contact on behalf of the charity along with Shabaz Ahmed and Katie Nolan who are the community developer officers. For further details visit their website at https://www.buildingbridgespendle.org.uk/about
If you want to get involved follow them on:
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/buildingbridgespendle
Twitter - https://twitter.com/bbpendle
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/bbpendle/
YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI-dd5vRGyz-7GK811jtOmg?view_as=subscriber
Posted 2 Mar 2021 12:38
• Name: Nadezhda Yordanova
• Year: 5th year MArch at Manchester Metropolitan University
• Atelier: Advanced Practice
• Education: BA Architecture at Sheffield Hallam University
• Skills: Revit, Photoshop, illustrator, AutoCad, Presentation and Layout
• Interests: I have always been interested in sustainable design and minimizing the impact of the buildings we create. My aim is to become a chartered Architect and tackle issues such as climate change through my designs. For me, architecture is much more than what can be produced in a software package – I believe that a well-designed building should suit its context, environment and the people who are going to inhabit or use it.
Posted 2 Mar 2021 16:02
• Name: Mohammed Amine Mouaqit
• Year: 5th year March
• Atelier: Advanced Practice
• Skills: Autocad, Sketchup, Archicad, Photoshop
• Interests: My aim is to be a leader in sustainable design as an architect. I want to raise awareness on how beautiful sustainable architecture can be with the use of aesthetically innovative materials. I am in the belief that environmental-friendly design is key to the future of our planet and I am willing to conceptualize examples on how this can be done.
Posted 2 Mar 2021 16:03
• Name: Giorgos Porakos
• Year: 5th Year Master of Architecture
• Atelier: CPU AI
• Education: UWE Bristol
• Skills: Sketchup, Rhino, Autocad, Lumion, Vray, Photshop, Illustrator, Indesign
• Interests: I am a technical-minded architectural student focusing mainly on the relationship between engineering and aesthetic within the field of architecture. My interest is to research, observe and understand buildings technical resolution and how this creates a coherent building project. Also lately, I have developed additional interests in 3D visualization and computational design.
Posted 2 Mar 2021 16:04
• Name: Christina Markaki
• Year: 5th Year Master of Architecture
• Atelier: U.S.E.
• Education: Leicester School of Architecture, DMU
• Skills: Preferred Autodesk software: AutoCAD, preferred 3D software: Rhino, all the Adobe programs from 2D to 3D animation.
• Interests: I am a methodological student working with conceptual, abstract and experimental concepts that can be transform into architecture. Designing while minding the future users’ feelings and senses is what interests me the most as well as Deconstruction and fragmentation as a theoritical background of creating designs. My aim is to continue entering competitions around the world that represent my ideologies. At the moment, I am taking part in a competition in Italy as my final project for this semester.
Posted 2 Mar 2021 16:05
• Name: Effimia Athanasakopoulou
• Year: 5th year March
• Atelier: CPU AI
• Skills: Autocad, Sketchup, InDesign , Photoshop, Revit
• Interests: I am interested in computational design, how data is used and analyzed but also how we can use coding to generate a design, shape, form.
Posted 2 Mar 2021 16:06
• Name: Nuwar Darwish
• Year: 5th Year Master of Architecture
• Atelier: Advanced Practice
• Education: UPM university, KSA.
• Skills: AutoCAD, Revit, Lumion, Adobe illustrator
• Interests: I have always been interested in conceptual architectural designs and sustainability, as well as utilizing sensational experiences to places and taking in consideration the user’s emotional and physical experiences, and social aspects to bring people together while designing. My goal is to be a certified architect that will help to enhance the perspective of a “built environment”.
Posted 2 Mar 2021 16:10