Country living meets City Buzz by Steven Haygarth
Inspired by his negative experience of hostel rooms reflecting jail cells, Steven Haygarth, a fine art graduate, created an environment to oppose his generic association with low cost accommodation.
His log cabin themed room allows the consumer to combine the comforts of country/woodland living with the Central York buzz found at The Fort.
Steven's portfolio > to be updated...
Illustrations add "character" by May Chung
May Chung, a multimedia design graduate, has stamped her identity within The Fort by creating a room showcasing her love for illustration.
The room combines the three themes of graffiti, nature and science through her marine inspired characters which add real boldness & depth to this space.
May's portfolio > www.maychung.co.uk
York in Black and white by Mark Brear
A contemporary collage of York city imagery is the basis for Mark Brear's design who is an interior architecture graduate.
The focus of this room is the full scale b&w photography inspired wall which is representative of sites and scenes from around the city and adds the modern vibe within this space.
Mark's portfolio > www.markbrear.co.uk
Historic York revisited by Andrew Norton
Creative digital media graduate, Andrew Norton, infused part of historic York's identity into his room by creating a 360 degree landscape focussing on the iconic castle walkway imagery.
The resultant space has a calming effect on the visitor when interacting within the environment.
Andrew's portfolio > andynortonuk.spaces.live.com
UV adds another dimension by Matt Sypien
Apple technology is the focal theme incorporated into
media technology and production student Matt Sypien's
UV light showpiece.
The utilisation of ultra violet lighting combined with engaging painted geometric shape visuals allow the room to take on two very different identities and truly comes to life when the 'conventional lights' are off.
Matt's portfolio > www.digi-mental.com