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A2OFFICE | 5-oc.stripes – experimental exhibition module

Architecture A2OFFICE | 5-oc.stripes – experimental exhibition module

This project was developed for the Work in Progress’12 contest, for selecting the best proposals for experimental exhibition modules at the architecture and design event Projecto Casa’12. The main intent was to explore the thermo formable property of Corian ©.

A2OFFICE | 5-oc.stripes – experimental exhibition module

© Alexandra Marques

A2OFFICE | 5-oc.stripes – experimental exhibition module

© Alexandra Marques

The piece was not intended to be narrative in its intended function, but rather, and in contrast, be a creative basis allowing the observer to be more interested in the plastic potential of the material.  Such as a Duchamp readymade, if we remove the functional significance, one gains a certain plastic essence piece completely autonomous that tends to assert itself. The aim was not just to give an answer, but put the viewer asking the question!

Location: Exponor, Matosinhos, Portugal
Architect: A2OFFICE 
Project name: 5-oc.stripes – experimental exhibition module
Project Manager: Alberto Dias Ribeiro
Photography: Alexandra Marques
Year: 2012
Construction: Materfut, S.A.
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