Exhibition: Social Interfaces for the Emerging Transport Infrastructure in Lima, organised by AA alumni Fabrizio Matillana and Marianela Castro de La Borda, at London's Peruvian Embassy
The exhibition at the Peruvian Embassy, 52 Sloane Street SW1X 9SP, is part of the International Architecture Showcase, organised by the British Council.
The exhibition explores the need for social interfaces between citizens and the new transport infrastructure that is now connecting a city that, until very recently, was managed by informal operations. These interfaces take the shape of pop-ups, spatial interventions, urban commentaries, all utilising the common vehicle of the architectural project. These projects seek to define the needs of the population and ways in which the new modes of transport connect with the existing tissue of the city. Projects on display have been submitted by a collective of students, young professionals, teachers and architectural aficionados, selected and curated using a common social network platform.
Open 17 August until 21 September, 9.00–13.00, 14.00–16.00 at the Peruvian Embassy.
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