“Hilos Invisibles (Invisible Threads)” the work of Julio Vilamajó at The Aram Gallery

During London Design Festival 2018, The Aram Gallery is pleased to host ‘Hilos Invisibles (Invisible Threads)’ – an exhibition of new Uruguayan design based on the work of modernist architect Julio Vilamajó.

 

"Hilos Invisibles (Invisible Threads)" Julio Vilamajó © Julio Vilamajó

“Hilos Invisibles (Invisible Threads)” Julio Vilamajó © Julio Vilamajó

 

In 2017, designer Matteo Fogale held a collaborative workshop as part of a residency at the Vilamajó House Museum in Montevideo, Uruguay. The house was designed in 1930 by prominent Uruguayan architect Julio Vilamajó, who with Le Corbusier and Oscar Niemeyer, was a design consultant for the UN Headquarters in New York. (more…)

“Architecture Prototypes & Experiments” at The Aram Gallery

This edition of Prototypes and Experiments looks at the architectural process. Aram Gallery have asked a selection of practices to share how they use physical models as part of a design’s development. The exhibits will show a range of uses for models in practice – not just for presentation, but to explore ideas, evoke the feeling of a space, or arrive at a point of decision making.

 

PUP Architects, H-VAC antipavilion structural model

PUP Architects, H-VAC antipavilion structural model

 

The models on display will be a mix of massing studies, construction models and façade studies at a range of scales. The exhibition will also include other physical artefacts from the design process: colour tests, material palettes, 1:1 mock ups, and prototype elements. (more…)