I’m Luke Gillard, a 23 year old Interior Designer from Bridgend.
I graduated in July 2011 and hope to pursue a career within design. I would specifically love to work in consumer experience design, designing retail and exhibition spaces, communicating brands and building exciting relationships with their consumers.Read More...
The project brief: to find a disused building and propose a new land use and redevelopment scheme, with which to revive it.
The building I chose was Whiteladies Picture House in Bristol, a Grade II listed building and one of the earliest cinema
The accompanying images show an exploded axonometric view of my development scheme.
A selection of visuals, showing the scheme in greater detail, are adjacent to the axonometric. These are linked to the parts of the scheme that they show via ci
This project was originally produced as a collaborative project between the University of Glamorgan and FITCH, London. The brief was to choose two brands and to design a spatial experience to promote a new collaborative relationship between these brand
The project aims to provide a communty hub, allowing the community to interact with each pavilion, putting their own unique stamp on the project.
With "Techni-colour Pavilion", I won the FITCH Placement Competition and have since carried out a
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