Students on the Masters programme in Interior Design worked through lockdown, with their supervisors, in little island-clusters. This studio-archipelago enabled a fresh critique of disciplinary custom and practice. In a subject such as interiors, so entwined with the experiential, the material and the temporal, how could we bridge the space between the real and the virtual. When perspective is delivered through the narrow channels of the lens, mic, screen and speaker, how do we preserve meaning. When operating in a distributed way, how do we support diverse and distinct expressions of identity while maintaining meaningful interconnectedness.
These and other questions were floated between participants, their answers may be found embedded in the work you will discover here.
Patrick Macklin, Head of Department
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