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Portfolio

  1. 1. • Name: Sarah Wardrope • Address: 27 Royal Park Road, Hyde Park, Leeds, LS6 1JJ • Telephone: 07817 643 198 • Email: sarah_wardrope@hotmail.com • D.O.B: 13/02/1985 • Nationality: British
  2. 2. Work Projects ‘08
  3. 3. • even wash illumination of wall defines space • ground recessed upward illumination to opal glazing panels • aligned ceiling cove and ‘reversed’ lighting concept Raja Kanwars Residence, • pop –up ceiling coves with edge glow define seating areas within space • recessed square pockets house adjustable low voltage luminaires India • recessed square ceiling pockets house luminaires to minimize glare and maximize effect • Interior • adjustable tilt luminaires for dramatic effect to timber slats • Initial Concept • possible use of twin source for colour change
  4. 4. • Washes of light onto specific panels • Emphasis on varying textures/opacity of glazing • Dramatic uplighting of trees to central courtyard • Internal Glow through windows from Raja Kanwars Residence, interior • Wall wash in-between timber slats India • Soffit illumination over terrace • Internal Glow through opal glass box • External Façade & Courtyard • Initial Concept
  5. 5. front elevation • Uplighting strengthens vertical ‘projection’ • IPIC Headquarters, • Intense uplight to fin edge gives dramatic definition to fins Abu Dhabi • Softer wash to louvres enhances ‘layering’ • Play of ‘banding’ of internal office illumination adds horizontality • Punctuation of HH terrace and logo ‘caps’ building • External Facade • Initial Concept
  6. 6. • Uplighting to perimeter trees defines enclosure • Pool edge illuminated creating a band of light to pool • Integrated source at low level defines pathway • Illumination of water fall feature • IPIC Headquarters, Abu Dhabi • External Facade • Initial Concept
  7. 7. • KPT Karachi, Dubai • Marina View • Initial Concept
  8. 8. University Projects ‘05-‘07
  9. 9. • Brief: To design an EU Headquarters within the boundaries of the Host Building The design must positively promote & represent the European Union & European Culture through form, materials, and it’s lifecycle. Public spaces must be incorporated, comprising of an internal street linking George Street & Rose Street, a Bistro café to serve European Cuisine, a cinema space to screen European films & an internal Garden of European plants & trees. • 4th Year Major Project • EU Headquarters • 80 George Street, Edinburgh
  10. 10. • 4th Year Major Project • EU Headquarters • 80 George Street, Edinburgh
  11. 11. • Realisation: • RSA Competition We adapted a warehouse in Edinburgh & designed an intervention to provide the campsite 2006 (Shortlisted) facilities; a modular system which would fit into many other sites. Services are provided • Sustainable Tourism through energy from solar thermal panels & a ground source heat pump. The intervention is • Urban Camping made from locally sourced timber, is clad in recycled rubber & reused metal from the roof. The concept of Urban Camping can be utilised throughout the city as there are many potential sites in abandoned warehouses & factories.
  12. 12. • Realisation: • RSA Competition We adapted a warehouse in Edinburgh & designed an intervention to provide the campsite 2006 (Shortlisted) facilities; a modular system which would fit into many other sites. Services are provided • Sustainable Tourism through energy from solar thermal panels & a ground source heat pump. The intervention is • Urban Camping made from locally sourced timber, is clad in recycled rubber & reused metal from the roof. The concept of Urban Camping can be utilised throughout the city as there are many potential sites in abandoned warehouses & factories.
  13. 13. • Brief: To utilise the buildings which form the Doggerfisher Gallery in the Broughton area of Edinburgh. The space is to include -Permanent & Temporary Exhibition Space, Photography Studios, darkrooms, & workshop/seminar areas. I chose the photographer Steve Mc Curry, & his work from Sahel in Africa. His work is centred on the people of areas of conflict, and he creates very powerful images. As a result, my chosen images greatly influenced my concept and materials of this project. • 3rd Year Final Project • Doggerfisher Gallery, Edinburgh
  14. 14. • Name: Sarah Wardrope • Address: 27 Royal Park Road, Hyde Park, Leeds, LS6 1JJ • Telephone: 07817 643 198 • Email: sarah_wardrope@hotmail.com • D.O.B: 13/02/1985 • Nationality: British

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