Group 28
HULME HIPPODROME

The Hulme Hippodrome is a 120-year-old Grade II listed Edwardian theatre that played an important role in working-class entertainment in Manchester during the twentieth century. Designed by JJ Alley and erected by the Broadhead family enterprise, it is an iconic structure of social, historical, and architectural significance, featuring rococo plasterwork and intricate decoration. The building was even designated as an Asset of Community Value by Manchester City Council, recognising the theatre's cultural and social significance in the community. The hippodrome is one of the remaining surviving theatres in the North West of England, however it has been listed on Theatres Trust's 'Theatres at Risk' list since 2006. While it is structurally sound, it is deteriorating, with the roof and plasterwork showing the most signs of wear. The damage is not terminal; it can be saved.

Joseph S / Rhian J

MEET THE COLLABORATORS

Hulme Hippodrome LTD (Save Hulme Hippodrome)
Posted 11 Mar 2022 16:28
John Dollosa
Atelier: Infrastructure Space
Undergraduate: Manchester School of Architecture
Practice: Pt.1 Architectural Assistant at Simpsonhaugh
Skills: Sketchup, AutoCad, Photoshop, Illustrator
Interested in: Impact of Architecture to the lives of its inhabitants
Outside of the studio: Photography, Art, Binging Series, E-games
Posted 13 Mar 2022 16:31
Joseph Sudlow
Atelier: Continuity in Architecture
Undergraduate: Leeds School of Architecture
Practice: Architectural Assistant at Corstorphine and Wright Architects
Skills: Model Making, Autodesk (AutoCAD & Revit), Enscape, Adobe Suite
Interested in: Building retrofit, restoration architecture and conservation, minimalism and modern design
Outside of the studio: The outdoors, classic rock music and film photography.
Posted 13 Mar 2022 16:32
Rhian Jones
Atelier: N/A
Undergraduate: UWE Bristol
Practice: Pt.1 Architectural Assistant at DEWIS Architecture
Skills: AutoCAD, SketchUp, Revit
Interested in: Heritage & culture; and how and why we preserve, restore, rebuild, or reuse
Outside of the studio: Music festivals, gigs, and art
Posted 13 Mar 2022 16:33
Uliana Serbinova
Atelier: Continuity in Architecture
Undergraduate: Moscow Architectural Institute
Practice: Blank Architects, ASADOV Studio
Skills: Autocad, Revit, Sketchup, Qgis, 3ds Max
Interested in: A sustainable approach to housing, the history of urban planning
Outside of the studio: photography, cycling, activism, Russian literature
Posted 13 Mar 2022 16:33
Yuanjie Zou
Atelier: &rchitecture
Undergraduate: University of Liverpool
Practice: SEED Architecture in Shenzhen: Hunan Architecture Design Institute
Skills: Procreate, Flipaclip, SketchUp, Enscape, InDesign
Interested in: A poetic-balanced state of architecture
Outside of the studio: Vernacular Culture, E-games, Food, Art
Posted 13 Mar 2022 16:34
Schedule for week 1 - Hulme Hippodrome will work closely with savehulmehippodrome in the restoration of the Hulme Hippodrome. The project looks to restore the building to it's original state, with the addition of disabled access and a new commercial frontage
Posted 16 May 2022 22:53
Schedule for week 2 - Week 2 will focus on a physical model and proposal images for the project. The objective of both the model and renders is to communicate the potential that the building has to offer to the local community
Posted 16 May 2022 22:56
Day One - First meeting of the full design team. The day consisted of an introduction to the project, and an in depth analysis of Hulme Hippodrome. As a group we discussed the key design principles for the project and began to formulate research objectives to develop a more detailed brief
Posted 16 May 2022 23:03