City Scales Exhibition
City Scales - Exhibition Gallery Lonchel, Seoul, Korea
This exhibition is presenting three architectural projects each typologically situated between Landscape and City. The projects range from small to medium to large scale. For ARU the challenge for all three projects is to design an idea of architecture as city at many scales.
The projects were presented with original design drawings, sketches, and photographs upon an ensemble of long tables within the Lonchel Gallery in Seoul. The tables were designed and prototyped in London by ARU. The exhibition displayed on tables in this way shows the design research works as they would be in a working design studio. It is for this reason that many initial working concept drawings are displayed.
‘City Scales’ Exhibition, Gallery Lonchel, Seoul, Korea. Philip Christou and Florian Beigel, Architecture Research Unit, London, 20 August - 19 Sept. 2009. Gallery Lonchel, Seoul, Korea, 20 August - 19 Sept. 2009. Exhibition design and layout by ARU.
Publications: Hankyoreh Daily Newspaper, Seoul. ‘Architecture is a gift to vitalise our community’, by Lim Jong Up, 27th August 2009
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