The gallery is a quirky underground space beneath a church with models, drawings, sketches, prototypes and samples of the creative things that building engineers (and some architects) do. The exhibition is a journey through an Alladin’s Cave of engineering exploration from Dini the Dinosaur to imagined cities of the future. How do engineers think about structure and form, surface and movement? The exhibition presents a physical expression of the creative contribution of engineers to art, sculpture, buildings and the urban environment.
The Engineering Club was founded in 1987 to host events about the broad culture of engineering in an informal setting. It is now an association of building engineers (and some architects) that promote the role of engineering in cities and in society as a whole.