Boogertman + Partners were invited to present the 2020 opening exhibition for the University of the Witwatersrand School of Architecture and Planning’s academic year. This invitation created the perfect opportunity to partner with FuturePart, an initiative created by the practice to do research and explore multi-disciplinary design opportunities such as this exhibition, to explore how critical reflective thinking can challenge the status quo and prompt new dialogues in the industry. The resulting installation was interactive, collaborative and most importantly, accessible to the public. It probed The Possibilities of Collective Space by reflecting on the common ground between design, culture and context. The exhibition raised six critical questions that future architectural design will need to consider and not only puts its projects under scrutiny but has invited collaborators outside the practice to participate. This exhibition and its content have been included in the 2020 curricula for students at the WITS University School of Architecture and Planning.