Brighton's Joseph Frame wins 'future work life' section of Future Vision 2009
15 Aug 2013
University of Brighton Faculty of Arts Architecture alumnus Joseph Frame won the ‘Future Life Work’ category in the Homes and Communities Academy (HCA)’s Future Visions Competition for 2009.Future Vision is an awards scheme that finds ideas for making better places to live, work and play. As well as a nationally recognised award to impress potential employers, winners claim one of five fantastic four-week work placements.
The invention is designed to tackle two key issues prevalent in many modern housing estates - under utilised public space and a lack of community spirit.
The art gallery provides a focal point for the community, while the 'Swap Shop' inspired recycling points help to highlight the environmental and economic benefits of 'reusing' rather than of 'discarding' and promote the concept of 'free cycling'. Participating in free community recycling encourages residents to interact regularly.
Joseph studied Architecture at the University of Brighton until 2007