Bartlett student among AJ Small Projects 2016 finalists
13 February 2016
Charlie Redman, a BSc Architecture student at UCL's Bartlett School of Architecture, has been shortlisted for this year's AJ Small Projects Awards for his student project, 'Welcoming Shelter'.
Developed as part of Charlie's BSc Architecture Part I at The Bartlett, Welcoming Shelter is a kinetic structure providing a flexible outdoor dining space at the King's Cross Skip Garden in London. The shelter was designed to be moveable so the garden can be relocated to different spaces around Argent’s development site as construction of the huge masterplan progresses.
Also among the 25 finalists are projects by six Bartlett alumni practices, including:
Clock House by Archmongers
Landells Road by Alma-nac
Archive Homestore and Kitchen by Haptic
Knole Gatehouse by NORD Architecture
Sunken Extension by Konishi Gaffney Architects
Hussein Chalayan by ZCD Architects
The AJ Small Projects Awards celebrate completed projects with a contract value of £250,000 and under. The winners will be announced on 2 March 2016 at New London Architecture (NLA) and all 25 shortlisted projects will be exhibited at the NLA throughout March.
Image: Charlie Redman's Welcoming Shelter at the King's Cross Skip Garden