Re:Motion: New Movements in Scottish Architecture is an award-winning, international touring exhibition.
Re:Motion presents the unique perspectives of eight Scottish architectural practices on the issues of travel and mobility within the wider context of sustainable design in our built environment. They invite us to reflect on how transport and mobility affect our environment and the surrounding landscape and to consider new approaches to how we utilise and move within the space we inhabit. The approaches taken by each practice vary widely and represent ambitious propositions for travel and mobility for sustainable development.
Contributors: Bennetts Associates, Dualchas Building Design, Gareth Hoskins Architects, Gross.Max, McKeown Alexander PJMP, NORD, Page & Park and Sutherland Hussey.
Re:Motion was designed by Graven Images, and won the exhibition category of the Roses Design Awards in October 2003.
Previous venues include: The International Architecture Biennale, Rotterdam; Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park at Loch Lomond Shores, Balloch and The Lighthouse, Glasgow.