University of Sheffield SSoA, Live Projects – Student Work: Hulme Community Garden Centre

Posted on 14. April 2014 by kristienring

University of Sheffield School of Architecture, SSoA

Hulme Community Garden Centre, The Barrow-Down
HCGC is a not for profit, volunteer and educational garden center organization. The students were asked to create a weather-protected space with found and donated materials, for as little money as possible. The students moved into a shed on site, and working closely with the center, designed and built a structure for a total of less than 700 GBP. VIDEO:

Live Projects: a pioneering educational initiative of the University of Sheffield School of Architecture, bringing masters students with organizations in real time, with real budgets for a six-week period every autumn.

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