Fish Lane Follies Exhibition

Baber, Kim (2015) Fish Lane Follies Exhibition.

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Author Baber, Kim
Title Fish Lane Follies Exhibition
Publication date 2015-08-28
Subject Curated or Produced Substantial Public Exhibition/Event - Exhibition/Event
Abstract/Summary The event celebrates design and highlights how urban intervention can create vibrant laneways. It is part of an overall urban strategy for inner-city Brisbane to ‘activate’ Fish Lane while allowing Final year students to publicly showcase their design ingenuity and capability. Fish Lane Follies investigates both the physical construction of the prototype structures and their role as urban activators in promoting public activity. By siting these structures in the built environment we promote real public engagement and response to these experimental forms. The students did research into construction techniques using plywood without any stud framing. The benefitt of using plywood was the layers created by the cross directional grain. Students introduced three dimensional geometry concepts to the plywood through processes or folding, cupping and bending, in order to gain inherent stiffness and strength in the plywood.
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Created: Tue, 31 Oct 2017, 23:47:06 EST by Kim Baber on behalf of School of Architecture