Mobile Architecture – Yona Friedman

 

@ Power Station of Art

May 16 – Aug 16

Yona Friedman (1923–), a legendary figure in the architecture world for his ‘mobile architecture’ theory during the 1950s and his questioning of Le Corbusier’s assertion that residents should adapt to buildings, instead suggesting that architects must learn from residents.

The exhibition is divided into two sections. The first charts the development of “Mobile Architecture” theory with a series of draft sketches and models. The second explores improvisation as a possibility in architecture.

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