Author: MollyPhillips


Labyrinth: a family moves into a house with unexpected spatial characteristics. The rooms keep shifting position every time a door is opened. The family members are trapped inside the house and start a journey to find the front door. While they keep moving from one room to the next, they discover that they are not the only ones lost in the impossibly infinite labyrinth of the house.

In Berta’s project, our task was ‘to experiment with the form of an existing book to provide a concept that represents the content of an imaginary novel through the materiality of the object.’

I chose the story ‘Labrinth’ and tried to show the continuous journey through doors in the house by cutting out pages and gradually decreasing the size – this created a tunnel-like effect. In addition, I started to add characters trying to run down the corridor.

If I were to do this project again, I wouldn’t be afraid to be more adventurous with my design.


In Sara’s project, I created and shot a set of images that represented the noun ‘work.’ On my first slide, I show a work colleague sat at his desk designing, this is then accompanied by an illustration of his desk.

For the contrasting image, I decided to play with the idea of bullying in the workplace. This is shown by the fingers pointing at him. On reflection, if I’d had more time, I definitely would have liked to convey the ‘bullying’ scenario better. This could have been by adding a phone onto the desk illustration which showed threatening or degrading text messages.

If I were to do this project again, I would spend more time on the contrasting image and create a stronger link between the two juxtaposed images.