Prototyping Architecture, a hit at The Building Centre earlier this year, will next open in Canada on 17 October. It will run at the Cambridge Galleries Design at Riverside and Waterloo Architecture until December 17.
The show brings together the work of architects, engineers, manufacturers, product designers, academics and artists to explore the importance of prototypes in the delivery of high quality contemporary design. It shows how trial assemblies can inform architecture - with maquettes, models and full-scale sample productions from around the world.
Prototyping Architecture will open to coincide with the ACADIA Adaptive Architecture Conference. This exhibition has been facilitated by ACADIA and sponsored by Qbiss Air, KieranTimberlake, CAB, Schöck Ltd and S4AA.
ACADIA 2013 Adaptive Conference
Prototyping Architecture Exhibition [Canada] has been kindly hosted by Cambridge Galleries Design at Riverside to coincide with the Adaptive Architecture Conference co-hosted by Waterloo Architecture [Canada], University at Buffalo [SUNY] [USA] and The University of Nottingham [United Kingdom]