The Charles H. Scott Gallery has a new exhibition up, entitled 1:26 In Study Model Wonderland From Halifax to Vancouver. The show focuses on the role of architectural models in the design process.
It's an interesting angle and one that usually doesn't get a lot of exposure. The models can be crude and simplified but are a crucial part of the creative process for many architects.
A wide cross-section of Canadian architects contributed models and were interviewed-including Shim-Sutcliffe, HBBH and Moriyama + Teshima.
The exhibit is curated by Sophie Gironnay and runs until July 18, 2010.