muf architecture/art


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Time to make a difference was the strap line for the Millennium Dome exhibition and muf took it literally with a design approach for spending the £5 million budget to build a series of small public projects around the UK which responded to real briefs for real situations, with the proposal to exhibit fragments of the individual projects at a range of scales to form a jigsaw in the Dome as a shared landscape for the duration of 2000, the parts were to include an ice rink which penetrated the building envelope of the Rogers structure.

Time to make a difference was the strap line for the Millennium Dome exhibition and muf took it literally with a design approach for spending the £5 million budget to build a series of small public projects around the UK which responded to real briefs for real situations, with the proposal to exhibit fragments of the individual projects at a range of scales to form a jigsaw in the Dome as a shared landscape for the duration of 2000, the parts were to include an ice rink which penetrated the building envelope of the Rogers structure.

Our commission was concluded late on in the process when it was clear that we were intending to actually “do it” rather than exhibit a narrative. We in turn concluded the project with a self-financed piece of research “what would it take?” (to make a difference) in partnership with the Scarman Trust.

Our commission was concluded late on in the process when it was clear that we were intending to actually “do it” rather than exhibit a narrative. We in turn concluded the project with a self-financed piece of research “what would it take?” (to make a difference) in partnership with the Scarman Trust.

Millenium Dome Local Zone 1997

Exhibition

Collaborators
Scarman Trust

Budget
£5 million