By Ciara Davin McLaughlin
LEVELLING THE HIGH-RISE
Readdressing the Inequalities of
What does high rise architecture say about social structure, class and wealth inequality in inner city housing and how can this be readdressed to reduce social segregation and isolation? It is vital that inner city living is inclusively designed to consider the needs of all demographics within communities.
Waste Free Marketplace
An urban marketplace that would promote environmental, veganism and healthy cooking and eating - challenging consumer habits, creating a more personal shopping experience whilst providing advice on nutrition and sustainability.
Future Living Extremes
Flexible housing that can respond to the rising sea levels and future living requirements. I have utilised a modular block system that can be added onto existing buildings whilst also enabling the reduction or increase of rooms and space when required. Therefore, my design will be a high- rise modular tower for domestic living. The intention is that buyers take ownership of the structure and adapt the space with prebuilt pods to suit their needs and tastes.