Sunday, 29 July 2012

The Fictioneer

Young architects and practising professionals alike are in a sense writers of fiction. Sharing and selling concepts; comprising works of imaginative, enchanting and at times inventive narration. Emphasizing new possibilities while presenting a story designed to interest, explain, delight and excite.

From London’s Royal College of Arts, Tobias Revell’s Master Design Thesis Project entitled '88.7: Stories from the First Transnational Traders' ( is a supportive example of the above analogy. His narration sets the scene and explains the origins of the design project by giving necessary contextual background information without congestion. The article is candid and captivating, and well equipped with visual imagery.

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