Weather Forms Exhibition by Stallan-Brand

Weather Forms Exhibition by Stallan-Brand

Scotland / ‘Shadow Land’
The word Scotland is derived from the ancient Greek word for shadow, or darkness and gloom ‘skótos’. Quite simply Scotland’s ancient meaning being ‘shadow land’.

“Our weather shapes everything in our world; our psyche, our homes, our fashion, our architecture, our culture … weather is an omnipresent force”.

Scottish practice Stallan-Brand present art and architectural works that explore ‘how our place on earth defines us’ challenging the popular idea that ‘people make places’ by demonstrating that they in fact make us.

“Weather Forms exhibition celebrates a contemporary architecture borne from a Scottish sensibility and place that has application internationally. Stallan-Brand are interested in a sublime and climatic architecture inspired by unique locations wherever they might be. “

“Our exhibition stands as a critique against the widespread generic and thoughtless architecture the world over.“

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Cite: "Weather Forms Exhibition by Stallan-Brand " 29 Jun 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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