Many consider the life of an architecture starts when its construction is finished and users occupy the structure. Construction is merely an uncelebrated and issue-stricken process in between conceiving an idea and the completion of the architecture vision.
The New MBAM Centre design redefine the common definition of stages in an architecture lifecycle. The design is an experiment in disrupting the Built/Unbuilt duality.
It celebrates the beauty of construction, retaining the traces and leftovers of the haptic construction process, integrate it into the commonly constituted 'completed' part of the architecture vision.