Each year at the Exhibition of Graduate Works we often hear comments such as: “The exhibits of the Department of Architecture have no actual creations.” Obviously, erecting such structures in time for this exhibition is no simple task. Furthermore, for architectural works, you must go to the various locations to see the “actual creations.”
As a result, the majority of our exhibits are comprised of blueprints and models that represent hypothetical projects. Recent years, however, have witnessed more instances of architectural exhibits at art museums, galleries and other traditional venues. This trend may be due to the growing interest and pleasure visitors take in the colors and sensations before their eyes as well as the social mechanisms that serve as the background for such projects, and the process of pioneering paths to effectively define the future from those achievements.
As you view the works in our department exhibition room, I hope you enjoy the dynamism inherent in the conception of these projects, which were derived from intensive research and meticulous observation.