Collaborative creations The rsa Art for Architecture Award Scheme funds collaborations between architects and artists. Six recipients of awards reflect on their experiences
Architecture is a culture of collaboration. Despite this, architecture as a contemporary practice is often limited to collaborating within the largely quantifiable disciplines of traditional design team structures. In working with Antoni Malinowski at the Royal Court Theatre, both artist and architect are exposed to an enhanced scrutiny of reality, generating proposals that could not have been drawn solely from individual experience or resources.
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