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Online expo: Curating Craftsmanship Prototype

Constant adaptation PROTOTYPE

When ‘making’ and ‘discovering through making’ is central to the realisation of space, there are unknowns, uncertainties and gaps in our knowledge. The prototype serves in that context as a testing ground, a controlled experiment. The prototype touches on the idea of constant adapting as it plays a role in exploring ways to deal with contingencies and the unprecedented.

Works by

Rebecca Ackaert, Gauthier Algoet, Ekin Baskentli, Marie Brackeniers, Jérôme Cauwels, Michiel D`Haese, Jonas De Brauwer, Bram De Gieter, Arthur De Keyser, Sophora De Rijk, Lode De Smet-Van Damme, Erinn De Waele, Hanne Deckers, Natasha Dekuijper, Jef Desaedeleer, Marie Dewulf, Wannes Deyaert, Melanie Dispersyn, Dries Dupré, Axelle Flandre, Lisa Fraeye, Camellia Fraiture, Charlotte Gauchez, ElineGoedefroo, HannahGordts, ZachHatziloukas,
Samuel Hoornaert, Zhaowei Huang, Linde Huygens, Manon Huyzentruyt, Silke Jacobs, Suzanne Jadoul, Luis Langerock, Maxim Lannaux, Emily Laureys, Jorg Leemans, Isabel Locquet, Quinten Malfait, Artit Markshom, David-Victor Mutnean, Florent Oosterlynck, Sam Pauwels, Ward Peetermans, Dean Peeters, Elien Rogge, Maaike Ryckaert, Dille Van Brakel, Evelyn Van Durme, Jonathan Van Hove, Pieter-Jan Van Steen, Guillaume Vandekerckhof, Joris Vandenhaute, Lou Vanderhaegen, Lennert Verbrugge, Ine Verhoeven, Marie-Lou Vermaerke, Maurits Verstraete, Lara Winderickx, Sylvain Wuyts, Bowen Zhang, Theresa, Gertrud Zschabitz

The GOING PUBLIC program of the Faculty of Architecture is a series of lectures, exhibitions and publications organized throughout the year highlighting certain themes and topics that are important within each of the 4+1 Engagements: Urban Cultures, Mediating Tactics, Craftsmanship, Legacy and The Brussels Way. http://www.blog-archkuleuven.be.