Back in July 2014 I completed module two in Interior Design at Chelsea College of Art and Design. So this post is a little dated but I thought it would be nice to see a culmination of what I'd worked on.
Module two was a restaurant project, and by far my favourite of what I've worked on so far. We were given the basic shape of the building and its location, but it was up to us to decide on the type of restaurant. I chose to call mine "the pimlico point". The idea for my project was a restaurant that produces seasonal food sourced from small producers and within the premises. I even imagined it around a well established chef - Isaac Mchale to create a fully realised concept and idea. Once I get a decent camera I will be taking more pictures of this project to post in the portfolio section of my site, so keep posted!
In the meantime, here are some favourite features of the project - a hidden entrance. Inspired by the ones pictured below.
And also, outside-inside spaces. Like the below. These images are from the Green Edge House. A really beautiful space, you can see more here.