Experiment one is a first phase of a project by three Kuwaiti architects who take the local know how as an essential part of their design process. They try to build quality networks from multiple workshops in the industrial area to design different and mutable forms. The experiment unfolds new realizations to mass production by tracing standard relations forsake of inventive ones thus creating objects that are both variant and unparalleled.
The process of making streams with series of dialogues between the designer and the craftsman by which translation misinterpretations create new findings. When error is taken as an alternative, a piece of copper failing to be a handle can be the structure of a new piece. In this project there is never a finished product, it is instead a mere celebration of the unfinished.