Hello, my name is Dom and welcome to my exhibition page. I am a third year student who has spent the past three years within the city of Brighton, who has enjoyed exploring the many forms of architecture and incorporating what I have learnt into my work.
I have a very Brutalist style when it comes to Brighton as I love the simple elements of a building. With Brutalist buildings there are no extraneous ornaments or flairs of decorative flamboyance — the building elements simply do their jobs honestly and unabashedly. Walls look like walls, windows look like windows, stairs look like stairs. The beauty of raw materials is foremost, primarily steel and concrete. To many this may be seen as boring but to me this is not only exciting and makes it interesting when keeping to these parameters when designing a building.
The following images outline my favourite drawings, renders, etc. that I have produced in my third year at Brighton. To me, these perfectly capture my design process and style. For more information and other work that helps put any of these images into more context, I have added my portfolios from first, second and third term below. The portfolios also contain proper scales for each building and design.