During the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam 2016 (IABR), PBL (Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency) presented an installation about the past, the present and the future of urban and spatial planning. How can one plan for the future, based on what you know from the past and the present?
The installation displays real data from the past and present to show how our perspective on the future is often distorted by the ‘now’.
We created a micro cosmos with particles that float throughout the 30-meter long installation, in a continuous loop. The seemingly random particles are all part of infographics that take shape at one moment in time, on a specific location in the installation.
PBL (PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency)
International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam
Studio Spomenik (concept & installation)
Johannes Verwoerd, Nikki van Onna (concept, animation & data visualisation)
Melvin Ghandour (design intern)
Yme de Jong (audio design)
PeeJee Doorduin (production)