Plain Space Exhibition
The goal here was to communicate the thinking and give a sense of the body of work, whilst also engaging the widest possible audience. Since engagement is facilitated by first hand experience, a site-
specific, 1:1 installation was conceived as
a key element — the first time anyone had constructed a building inside the Design Museum. As well as the more conventional curated content of an architectural show, the design incorporated subtle changes to the gallery space itself, on the basis that the success of the exhibition would not simply be a matter of the quality of the assembled material, but of the overall atmosphere these spatial recalibrations would generate.
Mark Treharne, Chris Masson, Nicholas Barba, Alison Morris