Cambridge Galleries, Design at Riverside, Cambridge (November 18, 2009- January 3, 2010).
Triangle Gallery, Calgary (May 28-June 24, 2010)
Video Installation, Angell Gallery, Toronto (January 19 - February 16, 2012)
Snow, Rain, Light, Wind: Weathering Architecture explores the potential of textile-based materials as a hybrid art and architectural medium that brings art, design, technology, and materials research together in built spaces. An architectural practice focusing on buildings that respond to environmental conditions aims to make us more aware of weather and help us re-examine our contributions to climate change. Weather-responsive or ‘weathered’ buildings have the ability to positively and effectively react to hourly, daily and seasonal changes in the weather. By developing unique fibre-based coverings, skins and cladding for buildings, it reveals the capacity to harness the four elements of snow, rain, light and wind and documents the findings in a methodical, yet creative framework.
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