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The Architecture of Memory


Memorials are built around the world to commemorate complex, tragic histories and to create spaces for remembrance and learning. But do they always function as intended? Or do they consume the very histories they intend to honour? 

A magazine for our visual essay module at university exploring different forms of memorial architecture, investigating how architects and designers create spaces for memory and historical justice. 52 pages, drawn by me with accompanying analytical texts. Read it here.

This project won bronze at the 2021 Creative Conscience Awards.

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