In 2016, ARDEPA invited to us to design and build the scenography for an exhibition celebrating the French National Architecture in the Classrooms day. Called Agger, the installation features one main rotating scenographic element – an overhead conveyor with interlacing steel tubes. Placed on each ‘swing’, architecture models produced by children from different regions come to life through the subtle movement of the conveyor, and visitors are invited to roam freely through this moving space.
The exhibition was organized by the Réseau des maisons de l’architecture, ARDEPA, and other partners as part of the National Day of Architecture in the Classrooms.
Client : ARDEPA (Regional Association for the Dissemination and Promotion of Architecture); Design and Production : Atelier blam; Year : 2016;
Location : ENSAN, Nantes