The 3D Laboratory of the architecture department of the Estonian Academy of Arts presented new paths and technologies in architecture with an exhibition produced for the Tallinn Architecture Biennale TAB 2015 programme.
The exhibition displayed architectural models built from 2010 to 2015, videos and software prototypes created in connection with different co-operation and research projects. The goal was to introduce problems which occur when new spatial concepts and technologies are applied in architecture and built environment in general. These projects, testing the limits of architecture in several ways, state the fact that contemporary planning process and physical environment has by present day been enriched with and has intertwined with an interconnected system of architectural ideas, digital algorithms and space invading gadgets all operating on various levels.
Curators: Martin Melioranski (head of EKA 3DL), Renee Puusepp, Paco Ulman, Kaiko Kivi, Kristjan Männigo and Riho Kerge.
The exhibition was opened on 3rd September 2015.
Images: Tõnu Tunnel.