2020 so far has been uh..yeah. I did manage to get some mer-mays done in the week or so before my new projects ramped up, though!
Family is very important here at Bradwell, as visitors to the Bradwell R&D Amesbury facility and Stonehenge museum will likely notice.
Join me as I take you back to there it all began…
Melissa Bradwell is the daughter of the founder of Bradwell Electronics and currently heads up the Bradwell R&D facility.
Hit the Jump to see how Melissa Bradwell’s look was developed.
( The following writeup may contain spoilers for The Bradwell Conspiracy, but I’ve tried my best to remain vague )
The Architectural core and heart of each area within the Bradwell Facility is the ‘Hub’ – a central ‘crossroads’ area where employees may gather to relax, refresh their busy minds and socialise with other team members.
The ‘Hub’, therefore, was a great place to start for defining a piece of ‘Key Art’ – a series of concepts, blockouts and illustrations which could be used as a touchstone for future spaces.
When I first joined the team, the Bradwell facility was yet to find its look. Early on we decided to spend a weekend working together to create concept art and 3D block outs which would elevate an existing prototype into something that’s a little closer to John Bradwell’s vision.
Energy management and the development of new tools and techniques to meet growing demands both in the facility itself and in the public sectors is very important at Bradwell R&D Amesbury.
The substance- enhanced Photobioreactor (PBR) went through many iterations and design changes in order to optimise its energy output, you can see some of the failed designs below.