Runner up for the Unfair Architect Award
The moment of entering a place as a spatial and physical experience is the base of this design by Lindsey van de Wetering.
The moment of entering a place is a spatial and physical experience. Entering the door, the passage, draws the attention to the space in which you are entering. The passageways and exhibition spaces are designed to distinguish them from one another. These rooms bring their own unique experience for a more intimate encounter between art and visitor. The exhibition Design for Unfair22 by Lindsey van de Wetering Eleven Doors is formed by these fused eccentric spaces in which the artwork welcomes the visitor through open doors. This design is one of the three designs that got selected by the jury to pitch for the Unfair Architect Award.
About Lindsey van de Wetering
Lindsey van de Wetering (1992) is an architect, photographer and designer based in Amsterdam. She graduated from the Master Architecture at the Academie Architecture in Amsterdam as an architect in 2020. Her graduation project has been featured in different media outlets, amongst others architectenweb, de Architect and Bouwen en Wonen and was one of the winners of the Archiprix 2021. Her work has been shown at several exhibition spaces including Dutch Design Week, MU and FabCity.
Lindsey aims to create buildings that inspire their users to threat delicate local history, landscape and climate with respect. Lindsey inclines to use multi-disciplinary collaborations in her work as an architects. She describes her work as sensitivity challenging and surprising.