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The exhibition shows the investigation and experimental work of the architecture office of Carlos Ferrater Partnership (OAB) since 1989. Several geometrical mechanisms, such as nets, ribbons, meshes, or folds, are applied in projects of different scales, structuring the first sketches and adapting to the specific programs and construction processes. Large format panels, models, and videos compose this exhibition that presents the work of the office. The exhibition later traveled to the Bezalel Academy of Arts & Architecture in Jerusalem (2007), the Bilbao Fine Arts Museum (2007), the Architects Association of Catalunya in Barcelona (2008) and the Architects Association of Madrid (2008).

Photography by Anthony May Photography


Type: Exhibition
Location: S.R. Crown Hall, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago.
Curator: Iker Gil
Exhibition Design: MAS Studio
Printing: American Color Labs
Carpentry: Christian Dethloff Carpentry
Year: 2006
Status: Completed