Below are a selection of photographs which document the journey of the University of Strathclyde Polyark II team from Glasgow to Birmingham and the subsequent exhibition and lecture presented to the Birmingham City University Polyark II team.
Birmingham City University (BCU) is Strathclyde University's partner school of architecture for the Polyark II experiment.
The travelling exhibit on consisted of five containers based on the conceptual idea of a suitcase that would transport all necessary documents, models, equipment and presentation materials for our lecture in Birmingham. The containers also preformed a secondary function in that acted as the 'stage' for our exhibition, with each of the five containers creating a space to exhibit different forms of group work. The containers were branded with the University of Strathclyde Polyark II team logo to further establish a group identity for the exhibition and catch peoples attention and imagination en route.