‘Take Off Office Tower’
St Ignatius College — GCSE
For my final major project, I was tasked to come up with a theme and develop ideas based around it. I chose the theme of ‘space-age’ and decided to investigate how us as a society has grown in accordance with the past futurist ideologies. After researching into a wide range of designers, materials, forms and techniques; I created my final design renders of the ‘TAKE OFF TOWER’. The initial idea came from researching into different types of space rockets, dating back to the 60s, and the different forms/shapes the combustion makes while in the process of taking off. I converted these forms into an architecture concept which consists of a 20-floor office tower with tropical garden areas below.
University Of Greenwich — Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture
‘Clearing The Air’
Simon Balle School — A-levels
This air purifier project aimed to reopen mass indoor activities and hospitality. The purifier itself would intake dirty air using a powerful fan inspired by Dyson technology, removing all bacteria and viruses by heating it up to temperatures of 200°C. I was inspired by both the work of industrial designer Ross Lovegrove and Dyson when designing the purifier, the use of neutral tones allows the design to suit most environments, such as an office desk or restaurant table, with a golden standout element to create a modern, premium feel.
Coventry University — BA (Hons) Automotive & Transport Design