A compendium of architectural design based on the ‘Character of Cambridge’
This illustrated book features all the entries and prizewinners in the Marshall of Cambridge DraWing Architectural Design Competition for 2013.
‘Throughout the development of Wing we are committed to engaging deeply with the local community and the many stakeholders who share our interest in the final results.’ Robert Marshall.
As an ideas competition, DraWing asked entrants to draw on the character of Cambridge and provide ideas for the design of a single dwelling. The aim was to foster creative freedom, whilst maintaining a design’s ability to be integrated into a wider masterplan.
The competition welcomed architectural students, graduates or professionals with an interest in the character and development of Cambridge and the brief asked that all designs adhered to specific space standards, included parking for both vehicles and cycles and illustrated a consideration of environmental sustainability.
Now available in full on the Internet Archive, free to read. Go to https://archive.org/details/DrawingMarshallsInternetArchiveVersion
Title: DraWing Architectural Design Competition 2013
Compiled and Edited by: Chris Ellis, Emma Fletcher, Nick Davie and Chris Thomas
Paperback: 154 pages
For information, please contact Emma Fletcher, Marshall of Cambridge (Airport Properties) Ltd. firstname.lastname@example.org