This paper presents student work produced at the University of Brighton BA(Hons) Architecture program's Studio 12 run by Luis Diaz and Sean Albuquerque. Four student projects are illustrated and described as outcomes of the application of the theoretical models outlined in a separate chapter in the book ('Coming Home: Forms of spatial and socail identity in British hoiusing'). In addition to testing and demonstrating the theretical premises outlined in the academic essay, the student work was carried out as part of a live project with the newly formed Brighton and Hove Community Land Trust.
|Title of host publication||Housing Solutions through Design|
|Editors||Graham Cairns, Kirsten Day, Christakis Chatzichristou|
|Place of Publication||Faringdon, Oxfordshire|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Sep 2017|
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- School of Architecture and Design - Senior Lecturer
- Architectural Humanities Research and Enterprise Group