The next Future Architecture call will start on 15 November 2018 and end on 7 January 2019! The 4th Call for Ideas will again invite multi-disciplinary emerging creatives who work on transformative projects and ideas for the future of architecture to apply for participation in the European Architecture Program.
Carlijn Kingma studied architecture but calls herself a researcher and cartographer. She graduated from the TU Delft in 2016 with a master project entitled: “The Institute of Utopianism”. Her beautiful and highly detailed illustrations are at once analyses and criticisms. She believes “we need new kinds of maps” to steer us through today’s world and creates “geometrical narratives, which ...
The open call invites individuals and multi-disciplinary teams to propose exhibitive, performative and physical submissions that explore the architecture of degrowth in the context of the new library’s collections and facilities. Dealine for applications is 19 November 2018!
The Conference "Cherishing Heritage", organised by the European Commission in cooperation with International Council of Monuments and Sites, held on 22 and 23 November 2018 in Venice, Italy, aims at promoting the public debate on quality principles in EU funded interventions on cultural heritage.
In 2017, the Slovenian artist Jasmina Cibic’s performance, installation and film project Spielraum was one of the selected projects for the Future Architecture platform Open Call. What is particularly fascinating about her work is how she makes architecture an integral part of it: as ideas in concrete form, as an instrument of power structures, and as a spatial ...
In 2016 at the Venice Architecture Biennale entitled “Reporting from the Front”, the Polish pavilion hosted one of the most powerful installations of the whole show. For “Fair Building” Dominika Janicka, in cooperation with Martyna Janicka and Michał Gdak, created a set of five powerful short documentary films, which are now made available to the FA platform here.
The future of architecture is very much about embracing complexity and looking at strategic intervention strategies beyond the discipline itself. Maybe it’s time to stop talking about the “urban” and the “rural” and consider ourselves as part of a delicate and intricate bioregional balance. This essay by environmentalist Freya Yost may be about open access and agriculture but it ...
An Incomplete Atlas of Stones is a project that investigates a type of stone set into a coastal landscape, the “tsunami stones” of Japan, in order to carry those aims forward, in order to think collectively about how we design and conduct research, in order to develop a greater fluency about the relations involved in making landscapes.
In the first series of Archi-walks we navigate around Prishtina’s diverse neighbourhoods, unpicking the coalition of architectural styles with Bekim Ramku a Prishtina native and the head of the Kosovo Architecture Foundation & Festival.
Sometimesit can take the smallest of interventions to make one realise how precious anarchitect’s contribution to the community can be. This beautifully shot film documents the results of one of the 2017 selected Call for Ideas projects by a young collective of creatives from Warsaw calling themselves “Terytoria Kultury” (“CultureTerritories”).
We spoke to Corales about his interest in the potential of agricultural typologies to act as active agents in the conflict between original communities and the state of Chile.
How can you navigate towards something when there are no fixed points, when you cannot determine your position? How do you know where to go, or even know when you have got there?
Denmark’s first and world’s largest architecture festival opens its fifth edition.
In recent decades the figure of a reluctant architect has emerged: instead of strictly controlling the process of building from the drawing board to the end of construction, architects started to voluntarily retreat from it.