The Bartlett School of Architecture


Bartlett graduates in Futures in the Making exhibition

5 November 2014

sandra youkhana af

Recent Bartlett MArch Architecture graduates Sandra Youkhana and Alastair Browning have been selected to display their work in this year's Architecture Foundation (AF) Futures in the Making exhibition, showing from 13 – 28 November at Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios.

The AF curated exhibition features a selection of drawings, models and research from the final projects of selected postgraduate students from across London's architecture schools.

MArch Unit 11 graduate Sandra Youkhana will present Media Planning: Andermatt Rezoned. The project (pictured above) reimagines Andermatt as an Alpine commune in the wider context of Switzerland as a metacommune. 

Alastair Browning, a graduate from MArch Unit 17, will showcase FIAT-MIRAFIORI Turin, Italy. The project proposes a campus university sited within the endless 20m x 20m grid of Fiat’s behemoth Mirafiori plant (1939). Mirafiori is envisaged as a new city quarter articulated by the shifting presence of production, research, commerce and living.

Futures in the Making aims to share and explore new ideas for architecture and infrastructure from a rising generation of architectural talent, and use the projects as a point of departure for further debates about the future of architecture and the profession.

Futures in the Making
13 - 28 November 2014
Tuesday – Friday, 1.45 – 6pm
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, Twenty Tottenham Street, London W1T 4RF