Westminster graduates selected for leading exhibition
3 September 2009
In Parallel to the Digital Architecture London Conference, the Digital Hinterlands exhibition curated by Ruairi Glynn will be presented at Arup’s Phase 2 Gallery on Fitzroy Street.
Digital Hinterlands features a diverse range of work by some of the best recent architecture graduates from London’s Architectural Association, Bartlett, Royal College of Art, and University of Westminster. The exhibition reveals how the latest computational design and rapid manufacturing processes are providing new ways of understanding and designing space. From built models, 1:1 fragments, material experiments and installations, to interactive devices, virtual worlds and robotics, this exhibition presents the ideas of a wave of young designers, operating on the speculative hinterlands of architectural design.
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