British architect, David Adjaye exhibits some of his most reputable works at the Haus Der Kunst gallery in Munich.
“Form, Heft, Material,” displays miniature replicas of his biggest designs, alongside other contemporary objects.
Taking a modernised and graphical approach, some might see his works as a reflection of the future. What appears to be simple has the power to make us question what architecture will become. Another form of art? Using an array of materials and complex ideas, he introduces us to new shapes and forms, while avoiding the use of barriers, allowing everyone an insight into his carefully constructed engineering.
The exhibition runs until 31st May 2015 and hosts around 50 of Adjaye’s built projects.
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