London. An exhibition to understand models within the architectural process

“Architecture Prototypes and Experiments” narrates how architects think, plan and communicate three-dimensionally.

PUP Architects, H-VAC antipavilion presentation model

The exhibition “Architecture Prototypes and Experiments” at the Aram Gallery looks at the process of architectural design through the model. Models are displayed together with colour tests, material palettes, full-scale mock ups and prototypes, in order to explain the role that such artefacts play in the making of a design.

Such three-dimensional exercises serve different purposes: from the investigation of spatial relationships to explorations of options and atmospheres, from planning to communicating a project. The exhibition aims to unveil and comment how the use of models is framed in each of the architectural practices involved.

Participants include: 31/44, Adjaye Associates, alma-nac, dRMM, David Kohn Architects, East, estudio b, Feilden Fowles, HASA, IF_DO, Mary Duggan Architects, Neri & Hu, Office S&M, Piercy & Company, PUP Architects, Roz Barr Architects, Rural Office for Architecture, Studio Weave, Tonkin Liu, and vPPR.

Title:
Architecture Prototypes and Experiments
Exhibition dates:
2 August – 1 September 2018
Curated by:
Riya Patel
Venue:
The Aram Gallery
Address:
110 Drury Lane, Covent Garden, London

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