Architecture - Honours
To create positive change, a discussion needs to be reinvigorated in the public realm. In particular, this is achieved through creating a space that is designed towards building inclusive 21st-century political parties. The Hall of Democracy is designed to respond to the urban, street and social context in a way that encourages each individual to feel safe, included and able to express their identify to the fullest Laodice (Greek – meaning common justice) reinterprets the activation of a public realm by providing a space that gently invokes discussion, inclusion and self-expression among each individual.
As a student, Jacqueline has always been inspired by cities she has traveled to. Places such as Dubai, Rotterdam and Copenhagen have created a love architecture, that continuously gives her the motivation to push and experiment with new ideas. Her explorations always start with a blank canvas, but with each idea there is the aim to create contrast between bold geometry and organic elements to produce a sense of harmony between the building and its surrounding context. Having had the opportunity to work on large scale development, Jacqueline hopes to use this experience to guide her own ideas and create a lasting impression on the architectural industry.