Alumni Lars Krückeberg (M.Arch ‘99) and Wolfram Putz (M.Arch ‘98) will showcase their work in the upcoming exhibition GRAFT—Distinct Ambiguity, on view at Berlin’s Haus am Waldsee from November 23-February 12, 2012.
An introduction to GRAFT’s thoughts and processes of creation—the way they see the world and the ways they live in—the exhibition illustrates GRAFT’s landscape of inspirations and suggests modes of operation that are never separated from the larger context of life. Most notably, GRAFT will transform the exhibition space of the Haus am Waldsee into a scenario of the 21st century to give an introduction of their modus operandi.
The installation will answer questions such as: How is beauty created? Why is narration important for architecture? Why is style the opposite of curiosity?, and How is ambiguous interestingness created?
Read more at www.hausamwaldsee.de.