In April PROCESS presents “EXPO: Experimentation in Architecture” an examination of how the architectural exhibition can encourage innovative projects that test the boundaries of design and strive to shape the future.
Experimentation can be risky business in architecture and there are few platforms which allow designers the luxury to explore untested agendas. Exhibitions and pavilions are key examples, their format offers a unique testing ground for original ideas, showcasing projects, and educating the public on various topics. Exhibitions are the embodiment of an ideal, supporting works that promise new horizons. Temporary pavilions create engaging public spaces and creative freedom. Larger events have changed our cities by offering a platform for controversial and revolutionary projects such as the Eiffel Tower, Habitat 67, and the launch of the International Style.
Through a panel discussion we will examine how these events can offer an outlet for designers and what their lasting impact is on our cities the industry at large.
Furphy Beer specials on the night $5 pots $10 pints.