Exhibit: Distinct Ambiguity / GRAFT Architects

Exhibit: Distinct Ambiguity / GRAFT Architects
Exhibition View - Courtesy of Haus am Waldsee
Exhibition View - Courtesy of Haus am Waldsee

GRAFT has transformed the exhibition space at Berlin’s Haus am Waldsee into a scenario of the 21st century that presents an introduction of their modus operandi. Visitors gather first-hand experience from installations, pieces of furniture, objects and models that illustrate GRAFT’s take on current issues in architecture and their visions of the future.

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Exhibition View - Courtesy of Haus am WaldseeExhibition View - Courtesy of Haus am WaldseeDesert Canyon Resort, Dubai © K 18, Blue Box, GRAFTExtension of Dental Clinic KU64, Berlin © GRAFT+ 12

The installation presents GRAFT’s extensive spectrum of work and inspiration while providing answers to questions such as: How is beauty created? Why is narration important for architecture? How do you invent test strategies of forgetting? Why is style the opposite of curiosity?, and How is ambiguous interestingness created?

GRAFT has offices in Berlin, Los Angeles and Beijing. They label themselves as a “global think tank” and laboratory for the cultivation of future cultures.

Exhibition View - Courtesy of Haus am Waldsee
Exhibition View - Courtesy of Haus am Waldsee

The exhibition will conclude February 12th, 2012.

Bird Island - Energy House, Malaysia © GRAFT
Bird Island - Energy House, Malaysia © GRAFT

Source: Haus am Waldsee, sci-arc

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Cite: Karissa Rosenfield. "Exhibit: Distinct Ambiguity / GRAFT Architects" 10 Dec 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/190984/exhibit-distinct-ambiguity-graft-architects> ISSN 0719-8884
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