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Architecture Student Handpicked for NOISE Festival 2014


Written by
Colin Buttimer
Published date
24 September 2014

noisesymbolsAlastair Moule has been handpicked by Sir Nicholas Grimshaw as a Curator Choice for Architecture at NOISE Festival 2014. The festival provides a platform for talented emerging artists.

Moule, a graduate from Central Saint Martins’ BA Architecture: Spaces and Objects course, was selected from over 5,000 entries and received a glowing endorsement on his portfolio. Grimshaw said: “Here is an energetic and inventive student who has seen the connection between construction and a construction school.

“He has sought to link together the various techniques being taught and to see his project as an overall envelope. His other work illustrates considerable ability in using drawing techniques to describe and explain what is going on.”

Moule will be involved in a few NOISE Festival 2014 showcase events, including The Best New Creatives at London’s Southbank and NOISE 2014 at The Tetley in Leeds. All events are open to the public and free to visit.

More information:
BA Architecture: Spaces and Objects
NOISE Festival
Alastair Moule