A curated selection of working models from architecture practices across the country showcasing the role of the model in design exploration and development.
Curation: Anna McLuckie and Akiko Kobayashi
08-10 July 2016
Fri 08 July 10am-6pm
Sat 09 July 10am-11am / 1pm-6pm
Sun 10 July 10am-4pm
Gayfield Creative Spaces
11 Gayfield Square
Edinburgh EH1 3NT
Maquettes on show from -
Oilver Chapman Architects
The architectural model is most-often presented as a finished piece, however, its value is not solely in the communication of ideas to a wider audience, but also as a tool for experimentation, calculation and investigation during the formative stages of the design.
This exhibition of exploratory models from a diverse group of Scottish architectural practices showcases the behind-the-scenes evolution and development of the project in its transformation from idea to reality, and aims to capture the thought process made visible in these three-dimensional sketches. Encompassing a variety of typologies, forms and scales, whether in abstract or in minute detail, the continuing role of the model as a study tool is made evident through these works of careful inquisition and rough beauty.