Confrontation of two individual groups
To compare. It is one of the first steps of developing a dialog. With the help and questions of our teachers and guest architects, we, students, expose our ideas to confront the minds of a different studio. As so, we show the different aspects of a group project; the biggest being unity and singularity, and of course, finding a way to combine them both.
Bringing it out to a public
As the crowd grows bigger, so does the dialog. The procedure is the same as before, only here must we confront a bigger number of people, people exterior to our projects and who will not be as easily convinced as our previous public.