Not What, But How

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.