most mira travelling exhibition

TYPE \              Travelling Exhibition, Public Consultation

YEAR \             2015

LOCATION \    Prijedor Theatre, Banja Luka Staklenac Pavillion, Kevljani Village Hall, BiH

STATUS \         Exhibited, ongoing

projectvarchitecture are Lead Architect on the collaborative design of Kevljani Youth Club in Prijedor, B&H. Currently at planning stage the project turns a war-ruined house into a vibrant arts destination for local youth and international volunteers from Most Mira Arts and Reconciliation Charity. As part of the design process projectvarchitecture led the collaborative design and procurement of an interactive travelling exhibition for public consultation. Designed as a framework for local public consultations, a flexible lightweight metal wire system and large format exhibition sheets transform exhibition venues to provide an environment for participative design consultations. The content includes surveys and sketch proposals from local design workshops, an interactive 1:25 laser cut jig-saw model of the existing ruin, building blocks and a village map noticeboard to be developed by the local community and youth user groups. The exhibition has travelled to three local venues, enabling us to collected local contributions and knowledge, which is understood as an integral part of the design process that continually adds to the exhibition content and design.

COLLABORATORS \  Tim Coles, Amanda Rashid (The Cass), Nadja Kunić, Nikolina Djenadija, Nikola Vojnovic (Banja Luka )

CLIENT \  Most Mira 

PHOTOS \ Nikola Vojnovic, Kemal Pervanic, Nikolina Djenadija