Kayleigh-Ann Cull

The preservation and development of a rural architectural style is an ever evolving realm of examination. Considerations are being made not only to aesthetic qualities of development but the ever more ambitious advancements in the energy sector and contextual influences such as local sustainability and enhancement, their communities, and it's direct impact on people. This year has been an investigation into all of the above themes in pursuit of attaining a level of sensitivity for all realms of architectural response and it's subsequent outreach. Mum, I wouldn't be here without you.

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