On 14 June 2018 at 6 pm, the exhibition Intentions. Reading 11 projects of le FRAC Centre-Val de Loire will open in Walter Knoll Gallery in London.

Intentions is a curated table of objects in conversation with and in reaction to a series of radical projects from the collection of le FRAC Centre-Val De Loire in Orléans. Through this exhibition, Royal college of Art ADS10 participants engage with one of the most important collections of Radical Architecture worldwide to reflect upon on the power of architecture to imagine and transform the city.

ADS10 is a MA Architecture studio in the Royal College of Art led by Gianfranco Bombaci, Matteo Costanzo and Davide Sacconi. ADS10 is a journey toward the very reason of architecture. Guided by an anthropological gaze, the Studio has the ambition to question the relationship between architecture and man and verify if the discipline of architecture can still challenge norms and behaviours imposed by the present urban condition, and thus reclaim a meaning for contemporary practice.


Reading 11 projects from le FRAC Centre-Val de Loire
14 – 22 June 2018

14 June 2018, 6 pm
Opening Hour
Mon – Fri / 10 am – 6 pm

Walter Knoll
42 Charterhouse Square
Clerkenwell London

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