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Contradi[stin]ction / Donor Centre (Project)


Mill House has two projects that overlap within the building. One is celebrating the glory of an existing building and the other completely ignoring and wrapping it. This division creates an atmosphere for an exchange between the two sides. On the clinic side, recipient is willing to pay high price to replace his receased kidney while on the medieval side a living donor has two kidneys so can survive with just one. Sides gradually reveal one to another to blend two parts together.
Wheather it is wrong or right, it is a design. And it is a new society where not everything goes the way we like.


Middlesex University, London

Middlesex University, London
London, United Kingdom

Gabia Gulbinaite,
Middlesex University, London