VOICES Bi-Monthly Magazine of the University of Technology, Jamaica |
The learning and teaching spaces on all three floors of the CSA were transformed into exhibition halls, each room carefully planned by a Design Studio
lecturer and artist Mrs Allison West-Martin. Below are pictorial highlights of just a small sample of the architectural design work that was on display.
At left is a project capturing a historical event memorial structure that tells the story
of the Kingston Earthquake of 1907. The display at above presents miniature models
of the ‘Live/Work’ designs for an early childhood education facility. The live/work
concept design spaces that combine living and working in an urban area.
Fourth year students designed a study room for a future
project at the Dennis Johnson Halls of Residence on the
UTech, Ja. Papine campus. The project was proposed by
President, Prof. Stephen Vasciannie.
Architect Dr. Patricia Green points to designs by a graduate student for a project in Downtown, Kingston to develop an incubator for non-traditional sports. At right is a project
for a Technology Park designed by MA Arch graduate student, Matthew McFarlane. His concept uses sustainable Caribbean design strategies for the development of the
Downtown Kingston Harbour.