Big Enough? Architecture Exhibition: Metrics or Memories? Installation / nkA

, 150_W Residence / © Peter A. Sellar

Big Enough? Architecture Exhibition held at the Harbourfront Centre in , Canada now until July 8 features architecture firms Altius Architecture Inc., nkA and rzlbd who created new installations which explore the idea of what is big enough. In addition, artist Surendra Lawoti presents a photography installation. The Metrics or Memories? installation by nkA seeks to illustrate the potential qualitative returns should we choose to shift focus from the metrics of space to the optimization of spatial experience. More architects’ description after the break.

Nadège Patisserie / nkA

© Abel Gill

Architects: nkA (Nelson Kwong Architect)
Location: Toronto, Ontario,
Architect team: Nelson Kwong, Neal Prabhu, Leroy Shum, Eline Lu
Collaborators: Red Box Design – Branding, Signage, Packaging Design, Graphics(Amy Czettisch, Tatjana Green)
Project area: 2,600 sq. ft.
Project year: 2010
Photographs: Abel Gill