‘In Search of Kashubia’ – an architectural speculation on the future of one of the most dynamic indigenous ethnic groups in Europe. The project explores Kashubian life on a number of different scales: urban, building and furniture. The masterplan discreetly combines the spheres of co-living, co-learning and co-working that interweave in the construction and the landscape of the rural site. An emphasis in the inter-generational transfer of knowledge informed a strategic neighbourhood plan and approach to design.



In Search for Kashubia The Bartlett School of Architecture, 2017