The images posted below represent some of the highlights of my journey through my first year. 

The first project which is illustrated here is a temporary art gallery in Kelvingrove Park, designed as a sustainable timber structure which sits lightly on the contours of the hill. It was designed specifically for the art works of James Riggler and intentionally leads people from an intimate and dark space into a light and larger volume, where one is connected to the park through the glazed façade

The final project was about producing an art gallery on Norfolk Street, Glasgow,  which is sustainable both in terms of the building materials used (in this case hemp/lime cast around a timber frame) and engagement of the public, illustrated here through the key moment drawings, which convey a sense of internal atmosphere