This exhibition about WORKSHOP architecture was first shown at the British Council in Delhi. For its second incarnation in the Front Members’ Room of the Architectural Association, we invited a team of volunteers to collaborate on a structure that tested designs for upcoming projects. This ‘inhabitable shelf’ explored the concept of a thick wall that can be used for both storage and human occupation. Made out of salvaged timber, which was dismantled and re-used after the exhibition, it promoted the frugal use of resources. “Ideas should travel more, materials less.”
Please see the WORKSHOP architecture website for more information.