The experience of Architectural design is normally associated with the direct encounter of space and form. For that reason in theory the experience encountered within an architectural space cannot be copied or reproduced. Despite this view most people's understanding and knowledge of architecture is through photographic representation. My practice looks closely at this important relationship through close examination of the Northeast architectural firm Ryder and Yates; their post war architecture is celebrated by the RIBA. Yet local authorities have failed to realize the beauty of these buildings. Like many great examples of post war architecture worldwide they have been overlooked as heritage sites, and many are threatened with demolition or have now sadly gone.
Martha Anderson • Katrina Barkes • David Bilbrough • Joshua Cobbin • Liam Cox • Georgie Gill • Liam Hall • Emily Murray • Hannah Singleton •