Karkas functions as a three dimensional framework to set up brainstorm sessions about how to intervene architecturally in the urban landscape. We’re aiming to design and build, on site, scale 1:1, in one week. Driven by dreams of local kids, who we see as clients, we will translate and develop a concept, until a tactile installation. Karkas reacts as a tangible toolbox leading and showing the possibilities of modular building principes. It consists of beams and knots, offering a building method to workshop participants. The orthogonal lay-out leads to clear constructive choices, creating conceptual and spatial freedom.
A collaboration with Aline Veelaert
Workshop for International Design Week UA
by Atelier Scheldeman