Building Parts. Investigations on material based modularity in 20th century Estonian housing
Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019: The Architecture of Degrowth
Lisbon Triennale 2019: The Poetics of Reason
Terra X - ∞ Archive of the Future
Excerpt from the chapter ‘Ceci n’est pas une Bauakademie’ Inspired in the project ‘Neue Bauakademie Berlin. A club for the former & future architecture’ by Hendrik Brinkmann. The text is featured in the forthcoming book ‘Fables and Constructions’ by Lucie Kohoutová & Martina Freitagová. This is the title of the winning entry for the FINAL_FINAL writing grant launched ...
Elena Markus & Nick Förster, From Collective to Commoning
Giacomo Pala & Jörg Stanzel, Déjà Vu Futures Prague’s / Speculative Past
Geologic subjectivities: an Archaeology of the (un)thought
Automata: Reason as economy of means
Logic Quest for Beauty
Performing Spatial Structures
A future in which traditional knowledge and techniques would be sustainable and iterated in order to create new architectural shapes.
The City Climbers
Often overlooked but more ubiquitous, are the opportunities found in walls, roofs, lots and streets. These smaller scale interventions, when stitched together, will contribute to the ecological performance and livability of the city.
Roma Interrotta [another point of view]
Sometimes it is necessary to imagine the impossible to design the possible.
A project including a pavilion and program related to bio-diversity and future studies.
Standardisation and Modularity with Flexibility
Contemporary, flexible and dynamic living for everyone