UNStu­dio Archive

UNStu­dio has recently opened a part of its mod­el archive — loc­ated on the KNSM island in Amsterdam — to the pub­lic.

 

Ori­gin­ally inten­ded to act as an inspir­a­tion space — where UNStu­di­o’s archi­tects and design­ers could learn about the his­tory and design pro­cesses at the prac­tice — the UNStu­dio mod­el archive has now been made access­ible to the pub­lic by way of a twice-yearly series of small chan­ging exhib­i­tions.

 

The UNStu­dio archive can be vis­ited with architour.

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Exclus­ive Vis­it

The first exhib­i­tion, entitled ‘Hid­den Treas­ures’, cel­eb­rates the 30-year his­tory of UNStu­dio and high­lights a selec­tion of mod­els pro­duced by the stu­dio over the years.

 

The exhib­i­tion includes over 50 mod­els, ran­ging from hand­craf­ted concept, paper and sketch mod­els, through to pro­cess mod­els and form stud­ies that demon­strate the design devel­op­ment of a wide selec­tion of pro­jects, and on to the very earli­est 3D prin­ted scale mod­els.

architour arranges private group vis­its to the exhib­i­tion, accom­pan­ied by an archi­tect from our team.

  • We aim to integ­rate the exhib­i­tion vis­it into longer tour pro­grammes.
  • Time frame for the archive vis­it: ca. 30–45 minutes
  • Let us know if you would like to include a vis­it to the archive into your tour!