Mark Shaw created this 1:50 model of a project in Penang, Malaysia, as part of his diploma work at the Bartlett. The project is a centre that combines a spa and treatment areas with flexible spaces for hire as exhibition and conference spaces by day, which become post-clubbing hang-outs by night. It is located within the shell of a retained existing facade in the historic but decayed colonial quarter. Clubbers and business executives arrive by airship and can descend through the centre ...
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