Diglis Island

21 February 2017

Today I began research for my project on Diglis Island, Worcester. The project is one of six taking place around the Mid-Worcestershire Ring (a route created by the re-opened waterways between Worcester and Droitwich) run by the Canal & River Trust.

Over the next year I’ll be developing a project for the Island, looking at its history, uses, possibilities and people.





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Merry Xmas

25 December 2016

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Diary

Daub II

16 November 2016

Found on hoardings in Bristol.

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Photography

Save the Human Rights Act

15 November 2016

’Every one of us is protected by the Human Rights Act. It ensures our fundamental rights are respected and allows us to challenge authorities if they violate them. [...] But right now it’s at risk - join the fight to save it.’

Click here for more info

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A short video made by Amy Lunn to document the build of Recovery Room at BPN Architects.

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Diary

Recovery Room - Day Three

28 September 2016

The walls have started to go up. It’s beginning to take shape. Now the area is enclosed it’s really made a difference to how the space feels - it’s changed from being just a stack of pallets to a proper structure.




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Recovery Room - Day Two

27 September 2016

After Day Two I’ve used 100 pallets.

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Recovery Room Begins

26 September 2016

I started building Recovery Room in the loading bay of BPN Architects in Birmingham today. You can follow my progress on this Blog, Instagram or Twitter.

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Portugal

26 September 2016

We had a very nice week in Portugal - a night in Faro then five nights just east up the coast in Olhão (with a day trip to Tavira).

A beautiful place with lovely people, drink and food. Many more photos here, here and here.



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Pass The Parcel

16 September 2016

I spent the last ten days helping Walter Jack Studio install their public realm work ’Pass The Parcel‘ in Milton Keynes.

The project involved reconfiguring a number of large oak beams that had previously been used to make a large structure into a series of smaller structures for use in a small park area.

More info here.

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