Models are one of the most fundamental tools of practicing—as well as educating—architects around the world. However, the advancement and proliferation of digital technology has fundamentally altered the position and role of models within architectural education and practice.

On Models is a collaboration between e-flux Architecture and The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto within the context of its exhibition HOUSE OF CARD by Thomas Demand.

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Who can pick up the weight of Britain, Who can move the German load Or say to French, here is France again? Imago. Imago. Imago....
Thea Brejzek and Lawrence Wallen
As both object and idea, the model plays a primary role in the design processes of architecture and theater design, where it is central to...
Covid-19 radically altered the day-to-day reality of architectural practice and made architects rethink the conditions through which cities are...
Nick Axel, Nikolaus Hirsch, and November Paynter
On Models is a collaboration between e-flux Architecture and The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto within the context of its exhibition...
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Architecture, Urbanism
Subject
Housing & Real Estate, Representation, Craft, Materialism

On Models is a collaboration between e-flux Architecture and The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto.

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