On Thursday, 28th September from 11.30am - 1pm Free Rangers Nursery is hosting an exhibition of work, entitled The Free Rangers Imaginarium.

Students from the University of Reading on their Architectural Masters degree course, via an introduction from Invisible Studio’s Piers Taylor, Reading University’s Head of Architecture Lorraine Farrelly and Programme Director Dr Izabela Wieczorek, have used the Free Rangers‘ site as the course’s inspiration of what projects could work on the farm.

The architectural plans on show are a collection of studies imagining what could exist on site, making use of the agricultural buildings and taking into consideration the needs of the wider community and the aspirations of this educational setting that focusses on nature connection.

Nursery founder Charlotte Lucas says: “As the conceptual architect behind the creation of our school, Piers Taylor has visited the farm a few times with the students, course leader and the university’s Head of Architecture.

They have immersed themselves in our surroundings, taken our space and architecturally made it their own, incorporating our vision and their many wonderful ideas and producing incredible work investigating what could exist to the benefit of all.

“To be able to welcome the students here once again in September to showcase their year long projects is an incredible opportunity for our community to join us in imagining how nature and human endeavour can work together.”

The exhibition will take place at Free Rangers Nursery, Millards Hill, Midsomer Norton BA3 2BW.

This exhibition was made possible thanks to the Arts Committee at the University of Reading.