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Public Exhibition: Concrete Collective

Public Exhibition: Concrete Collective

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Public Exhibition: Concrete Collective, Material Experiments in Architecture – 6th-9th November

Opening Night: Wednesday 6th November (7pm-9pm)

Opening Hours: Thursday 7th November (2pm-8pm) & Saturday 9th November (2pm-5pm)

Location: 13 Fountainville Avenue, Belfast. BT9 6AN

Concrete’s unique ability to be shaped and moulded into forms that act like stone, plaster, brick or steel, together with its almost magical transformation from liquid to solid, means that as a material it appears to be without definition and in a state of constant evolution and potential. This exhibition aims to demonstrate that potential through the work of nine Masters of Architecture students from Queen’s University Belfast who have spent nine weeks experimenting with concrete in combination with other materials. Their work proposes new mixes, new formwork, and new application. Both the outcomes and processes are exhibited, allowing the visitor to gain insights into their creative material investigations.

Free Admission 


A digital resource communicating the work of Architecture at Queen's University Belfast