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Revery Architecture Exhibition Fairmont Pacific Rim

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The main intention of the exhibition is to present the Studio’s design process. Vignettes of the design studio floor are coupled with project processes that have been grouped together under 4 main themes. These themes; Light, Sound, Time, and Memory helped guide and focus the design process of the projects represented.

The exhibition display takes inspiration from lenticulated zigzag geometries. When viewed from one side the series of parallel facets align to form a single large image, making them akin to ‘fast’ banners or mechanized signs often found in transit hubs. Viewed from the other side, each facet contains more detailed information, project by project. In contrast the ‘slow walls’ have been designed for the convenience of viewers wishing more detailed texts and images, project by project. Here, viewers are invited to pause and contemplate the materials as they would in museum setting.

Revery Architecture Exhibition

Fairmont Pacific Rim

We design quality experiences

The main intention of the exhibition is to present the Studio’s design process. Vignettes of the design studio floor are coupled with project processes that have been grouped together under 4 main themes. These themes; Light, Sound, Time, and Memory helped guide and focus the design process of the projects represented.

The exhibition display takes inspiration from lenticulated zigzag geometries. When viewed from one side the series of parallel facets align to form a single large image, making them akin to ‘fast’ banners or mechanized signs often found in transit hubs. Viewed from the other side, each facet contains more detailed information, project by project. In contrast the ‘slow walls’ have been designed for the convenience of viewers wishing more detailed texts and images, project by project. Here, viewers are invited to pause and contemplate the materials as they would in museum setting.