Organization: AIA Cincinnati
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The recipients of AIA Cincinnati’s 2019 Impact Grant share the details on their winning project.
Every year, GBBN undertakes its Design Issues Series (DIS) – a collaborative, interoffice exhibit taking place in Louisville, Cincinnati, and Pittsburgh that digs into timely design issues. Its aim is to explore design in an open-ended way while deepening the community’s connection to architecture.
While reviewing previous years’ exhibits, this presentation will focus on the most recent exhibit. DIS 2019: Screen Time focused on how screens shape the way we interact with our environment. The exhibit enabled contributors to play with their sense of scale and appreciate its importance in the architectural design process. Using a repeatable, axonometric template (resembling the corner of a room), we crowdsourced 160+ submissions to create an interactive, 3D projection-mapping installation. The experiment involved people with all kinds of design backgrounds—architects, students, children—and drew participants from around the world. Our presentation will review lessons learned from our experiment in technology and scale, including lessons from the process of managing a project that involved 100+ participants from as many locations.
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