The creative process behind architecture is a daily hassel of dead-ends, abstract and complex processes, being innovative and concrete. You cannot just study to becoming a good designer or architect, it is a matter of practice. Every time you complete a creative process you learn something new and tangible. Within Walls in collaboration with Roskilde Technical Highschool showed students how the sketch, the model and the prototype is essential when showing rather than telling what your idea is.

The architectural process should be a dialogue with the end-user and thus the students were engaged in these processes through the non-traditional tools created for the purpose, to allow the resident to create and participate without the knowledge of blueprints and elevations.

The creative process is a matter of showing rather than telling. Therefore the students work with different kinds of physical prototyping. They worked with laser cutting, CNC-machines, film, animation and presentation techniques.