Walking tour of Newcastle: Heritage

  At the first week of this semester, we were then had been taken to a walk around Newcastle where our tutors introduced us to some historic buildings and what is urban conservation.   Historic buildings This inscription in St. John’s Church, and a small public fountain in Waterloo Street were for over a hundred…
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Charrette: Afternoon tea with Earl Grey

Charrette Week The very first week of studies at the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape started with a week of Charrette, annual design event organised by the university and led by various designers and artists. The week which turned into a studio based project which was a fun activity full of inspirational vibes. During…
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Charrette: the Wall

INTRODUCTION TO CHARRETTE Charrette Week in Newcastle University starts every academic year bringing a host of artists, architects, engineers, designers and thinkers to the University to run a series of week-long design projects. This week could be seen as an annual design festival for School of Architecture Planning and Landscape. Students from a variety of…
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Charrette: The Loop

This first semester of 2017-18 started on 2nd October. The annual design Charrette week bring energy and creatively to the students of each stages and disciplines. There were 11 sub topics in total, and asked us to use any information and skills in the process and present it at the end. Our topic called The…
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Charrette Week 2017

The School of Architecture Planning and Landscapes will bring together almost 500 students from across every stage to take part in a series of week-long projects every year which is known as Charrette Week. At the first week of this semester, we had this wonderful and interesting charrette to enjoy. And in this blog, I…
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Charrette: Walls

To celebrate the welcome of both undergraduate and postgraduate students of Architecture, Planning and Landscape courses, Newcastle University gave students a chance to celebrate the Design Festival by running a series of week-long projects during the Charrette week. There was an exhibition and celebration on the last day of the week. Charrette week provided a…
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Charrette: “Don’t Fluff Your Lines”

Newcastle University’s School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape kicked off the year with their annual design Charrette; a giant, week long project where everybody from the whole school participates! “Don’t fluff your lines” was our theme for the week and we, as a team of architects, planners and landscape architects decided to the give the…
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Charrette: Architecture causing mistake

The charrette week was to celebrate the welcome for both undergraduate and postgraduate students of Architecture, Planning and Landscape in Newcastle University and to create an opportunity to make students who are from different design courses work together in a creative open environment. The theme of charrette was Flex, Flux and Fluff and made up…
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Charrette: Architecture representing a mistake

Introduction of Charrette Charrette week is annual design festival for School of Architecture Planning and Landscape at Newcastle University. In charrette 2017, our theme was Flex, Flux and Fluff. More than 500 students mixed with different age, subject and nationality and presented several subtopics at the end of the week in a creatively way. Task Our theme…
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Charrette: A Loop around Newcastle

To celebrate the welcome to the academic activities, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape organizes the Charrette, which consists of a week where all the students of the School, both undergraduate and postgraduate, organize themselves in groups to elaborate all kinds of samples artistic and conceptual. This year, the theme of the Charrette was: “Flex,…
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