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Project Compass: The Portsmouth Elephant Cage

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Project Compass : The Portsmouth Elephant Cage. Menteth, Walter (Author); Curtis, Russell (Author). 2016. London : Project Compass CIC.

Research output: Non-textual formWeb publication/site

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Menteth W (Author), Curtis R (Author). Project Compass: The Portsmouth Elephant Cage London: Project Compass CIC. 2016.

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Menteth, Walter (Author) ; Curtis, Russell (Author). / Project Compass : The Portsmouth Elephant Cage. [Web publication/site].

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title = "Project Compass: The Portsmouth Elephant Cage",
abstract = "A micro web site with summary, launching the process, procedures, distributing briefings and context descriptions nationally & internationally.  Over 23th - 25th Nov. 2016, the Portsmouth Elephant Cage brought together seventeen competitively selected young Dutch and British experts in Architecture, Landscape and Engineering to work jointly on a design research collaboration with Masters students from Portsmouth School of Architecture MUD Studio 5. In three teams, over three days, they prepared three designs in answer to a comprehensive briefing, for the Portsmouth Southsea frontage, that responded to climate change induced rises in sea levels and the coastal defenses being proposed there; exploring propositions for local and global application. The teams were supported by seven expert design mentors from across the three faculties.",
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