This evening, I was very lucky to be featured on Mark Dean’s amazing BBC Radio Northampton show for my RSA Student Design Award winning multicultural board game, The Culture Tower. This was an absolutely wonderful experience and I am extremely grateful to Mark and the BBC Radio Northampton team for featuring me on the show.
In the interview, I talk about my award winning project including; how I came up with the idea, the purpose of the game, how the game works, and the legacy of the game. As well as how and where I am going to progress as an interior designer. There are more details available for the project in the Awards section of my website. For the interview, please Listen to the Interview Clip Online.
The Culture Tower is a fun and educational board game that aims to confront the issue of cultural misunderstanding that could lead to social conflict. It is aimed at school children and school communities which are a micro representation of our wider multicultural society.
(Antonia Lowe, 2016 on Culture Tower)
“A woman behind a new board game which promotes diversity has won an award. Antonia Lowe from Daventry won the Beyond Borders category of the Royal Society of Arts Student Design Award. She received two thousand pounds for her board game called Culture Tower, which is aimed at primary school children. In the interview she talks about the rules of the game with BBC presenter Mark Dean”
(BBC Radio Northampton)
For the edited interview clip, please visit the link below to the BBC programme:
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