The Crucible was a product of rampant post-war construction and the adventurous spirit that gave rise to new styles of architecture which were previously inconceivable. The theatre evolved into a landmark with its signature brutalist style and then newly envisioned thrust stage, making it one of the most influential and distinguished examples of its period, justifying its listed status.
Year | 2017 Location | Moorfoot, Sheffield Client | The Labour Party Planning Policy The reestablishment of a direct link between London Road to The Moor has been discussed for a number of years, with no concrete plans being formed. The…
Working towards a sustainable and appropriate future development of the small market town of Otley through raising the community’s aspirations for brownfield site, mixed use development within the Neighbourhood Development Plan.
Working with Sheffield City Council and the Sheffield Cohousing Network to explain cohousing in a simple and accessible way using an online resource. Initiating a dialogue between the City Council and various stakeholders about the possibilities for procuring multigenerational and cross-demographic cohousing projects, using a site in Sheffield as a platform for discussion.