Interior Design

Reid Building, 32 students

Interior Design students approach to discipline is characterised by their approach to the studio as a space of creative imagination, discussion and collaboration. This year, our graduates have produced a body of work that is sensitive and thorughful in approach, and which uses creativity and experimentation to explore the potential and value of the spaces that we inhabit. This year’s cohort have chosen buildings in Glasgow, which speak to the history of the city and also its social fabric, embracing experimental approaches to the concept of urban regeneration.

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This elevation is to detail the underground element of the space

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Illustrator drawing of the front external elevation of the M/V Sea spirit
Similar to the standard room cabins, the suites offer a lavish bed as well as a plush lounge area on top of a supple carpeted floor. Walking onto the fresh marble floor of the luxurious ensuite, through the wooden double sliding doors, it is equipped with a walk-in shower as well as a deep bath and mirrors.

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Top view of ensuite in standard cabins.

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There a 2 types of cabins to choose from on the Voyage Retreat. On deck 3 you will find the standard cabins, with a slightly lower price point, the rooms offer a silky double bed to sink into for a restful nights sleep, warm, ambient lighting to continue the relaxing atmosphere after your day at the spa and an ensuite with walk-in shower. Each cabin has a window to enjoy the view outside. Bespoke headboards are found in the cabins to symbolise the scallop pattern.

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As the conical installation continues over the 2 decks, it gets wider towards the ceiling of Deck 4. The inspiration for the shape of the sculpture come from the iconic traffic cone on the Duke of Wellington statue in Royal exchange square. Taking the traffic cone and turning it upside down to create a funnel shape. This means the sculpture on deck 3 will be narrow and gradual spread out to the ceiling where the material will continue to mimic the base of the cone Materials: Stainless steel wire rope will be used to at the main structural material element and make up the conoid shape. In between the wire will be a mix of blue and clear tinted film to make the scalloping texture and pattern of the sculpture. Down the centre of the funnel shape wil be LED lights that dim on and off at different times to achieve the light changing and ‘sparkling’ effect. This central area is mainly a transitional and exhibitional space to get from one floor to the other and one end of the ship to the other. The mezzanine is made safe with a round glass bannister and wooden handrail. To celebrate the central installation, the Observation bar spills out around the mezzanine.

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The Observation bar is the social hub of the cruise experience. With ambient music playing soft in the background, enjoy a signature cocktail or other refereshment from the bar at the bow of the space. The free standing bar is decorated in glass bottles in front of up lit, oxidised mirrors. The openness of the seating allows you, the passengers, to mix and enjoy the experience together. Take your drink outside on the deck and enjoy the view and cruising experience.

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The underground floor features a hydrotherapy room for aquatic rehabilitation training, using water's buoyancy and resistance to aid recovery. It also includes a dressing room and accessible shower facilities.

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