Placement Year Second Year

Walkway, Hardwick Hall (Revisit)

Hardwick Hall (Revisited)
Enterace Stairs
Walkway to the Net
Net above the kitchen ruins
Exit with Slide
Stairs Detail

Revisit January to August 2021

Origionally 2nd year project October to December 2019

Brief: design an intervention in the Hardwick
Hall grounds, Derbyshire, England, to engage
the general public visiting the national trust site.

For this project I decided on creating a walkway to allow visitors to have a closer look at the decorative plaster work and the views surrounding the gorunds.

For an undisturbed view and to mimic the trees planted on the site I designed a staircase with copper plating, which will react to the weather and go green over time.

Visitors could have a birds eye view of the kitchen area from looking through the net they can walk on.

For a fun way to the ground, there would be an option to go on the slide.

Elevations of Entrance and Exit
Section of net and South Elevation

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