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Craft Scotland Emergents 2017
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The design took the form of a ‘skeletal’ assemblage. Individual frames were customised for the artist and created a boundary encapsulating display pieces. The frames were joined to create a continuous structure which lightly floats within the room, allowing viewers to move in and out of the space – becoming part of the exhibition itself. Varying dimensions and heights allowed for  for the framework to be re-usable and recyclable in the future elsewhere.

Location

London, England

Client

Craft Scotland

Completed

2017

Type

Cultural

Project Lead

Gunnar Groves-Raines

Architectural Assistant

Jan Hajek

Photography

Gunnar Groves-Raines

Craft Scotland Emergents 2017

Craft Scotland Emergents 2017 Details

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Material Focus

  1. Mild steel bar