Group 10
ACCESS ALL AREAS

“It is where good people meet and where friendships old & new are formed over a drink, music & social shindigs” - The Carlton Club The Carlton Club is a long running social club that welcomes a diverse range of members and aims to improve the lives of their local community through the variety of activities available. From live music and art exhibitions to gardening and exercise classes, the club has something to offer for everyone. However, the club also has considerable accessibility issues, due to the age of the building, the different floor levels and the underutilised first floor. In collaboration with our student-led team, this project will explore potential design options for new community spaces on the first floor and disabled access solutions for the ground and first floors. We will be working closely with the members of The Carlton Club to gain feedback based on user opinions and experiences, which will help us to develop our design proposals into an output that can be used by the club for future contractor quotes and funding bids. Throughout the workshop, students will develop their skills in physical and digital model making, teamwork, iterative sketching, Adobe softwares, as well as client presentations and planning application drawings. Join us in accessing all areas of The Carlton Club!

Diana C / Hongxi Y / Megan H / Yixuan Y

Our Site: Carlton Club

The Carlton Club is located in the M16 area and hosts a range of events, from live performances and club nights to art classes and gardening activities. It is a place 'where good people meet, and friendships, old and new, are formed over drinks, music, and social shindigs.'

The Carlton Club boasts an expansive outdoor green space, one of the largest within the area. Local members, along with visiting members, come together to form a vibrant community.

As part of the project, our collaborators aim to create a more inclusive environment with improved access.
Posted 27 Feb 2024 12:27
Diana Cernooka
MArch Year 1
Atelier: Infrastructure Space

I completed my Undergraduate studies at MSA and participated in MSA Live in 2022, which I really enjoyed. Within architecture I am predominantly interested in small scale residential projects and interventions like that of the Carlton Club. My enthusiasm lies in creating drawings, collages and sketch models manually.

Skills: Hand-drawing, Photoshop, Illustrator, SketchUp, InDesign, AutoCAD, Lumion, Fusion 360, 3D Printing
Posted 27 Feb 2024 12:31
Yixuan Yang
Adaptive Reuse Year 1

I graduated from Hunan Institute of Science and Technology in China and majored in the protection of historical buildings. During my undergraduate year, I finished the design of a community centre in Zhang Guying village, Hunan province. I am very interested in the design and protection of community buildings which unite the surrounding residents such as Carton Club.

Skills: Sketch Up, AutoCAD, Indesign, Lumion, Photoshop
Posted 27 Feb 2024 13:42
Megan Hague
MArch Year 1
Atelier: Continuity

I completed my undergraduate at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL and my final project focused on innovative material reuse and collaborative design processes. After graduating I spent two years working at a small-scale practice in London, working on contemporary residential refurbishments and extensions. I contributed to planning applications, tender packages and client-contractor meetings. I am interested in community based projects, and so I am looking forward to working together with The Carlton Club!

Skills: Rhino, Illustrator, Indesign, Model-making, Detailing, Sketching, Research
Posted 27 Feb 2024 14:39
Hongxi Yu
MArch Year 1
Atelier: Infrastructure Space

I completed my undergraduate at Shenyang Jianzhu University (SJZU) and had a Bachelor of Architecture degree after practicing in China. I am interested in community architecture and multi-functional space design. I am looking forward to working with the Carlton Club.

Skills: AutoCAD, SketchUp, Photoshop, Indesign, Lumion, Enscape


Posted 27 Feb 2024 18:39
Carlton Club Live: A weekend Visit

This past weekend, our team revisited the Carlton Club to witness its lively atmosphere.

Employing a serial vision methodology, we meticulously documented the journey from the Club's exterior to interior, with a specific focus on the process of access.

During our observation, we had the unique opportunity to immerse ourselves in the casual setting and truly feel part of the community that thrives within the walls of Carlton Club!
Posted 11 Mar 2024 12:26
Action Week: Preparation

After laying the groundwork with our Action Plan, we've now embarked on crafting the essential components for Action Plan week in May!

We're excited to share a sneak peek into our progress: a digital model showcasing the remarkable three-quarter turn staircase element at Carlton Club.
Posted 11 Mar 2024 21:03