​The intention of this exhibition was to present architecture as a direct experience, for an art audience, rather than describe it using drawings or models.

The challenge was to tread the line between art and architecture and create an experience, founded in architecture, that was both physically and intellectually rewarding.

 

Study models showed that the parallel walls, which framed the display area, disrupted the ‘familiar’ perspective of the gallery and made the viewer reassess what they see.  Rather than impose another element into the discourse, this condition was developed and elaborated upon.

 

practising architecture

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