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Down the Rabbit Hole, Strathclyde University by Neil Boyd

[SMALL PROJECTS 2011 - BEST OF THE REST] Intervention in a university corridor providing an escape and isolation

The intervention is part of a masters architecture exhibition at Strathclyde University. The idea stems from finding places of escape and isolation amongst the bustle of everyday life.

The space is hidden behind a false partition which purposefully blends into the existing strcuture. The two-person space can only be accessed via a sloping tunnel. The concept is hightened by distorting the perception of distance between someone in the space and someone in the corridor.

The structure took just over two-weeks to construct from reclaimed timber.

Start on site date 2nd August 2010
Completion date 16th August 2010
Dismantalation date 17th September 2010
Gross external floor area 6m²
Total cost £100
Architect Neil Boyd
Main contractor Neil Boyd

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