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Kasia Osiecka and Tatjana Radulovic

Kicevska 12, Belgrade, Serbia
Kasia Osiecka and Tatjana Radulovic met during Bauhaus Kolleg 2011/12 'After Levittown' dealing with questions of American suburbia in the aftermath of the economic crisis of 2008. Recently they collaborated on a study into the wholesale hub in Wólka Kosowska and presented their work at the Stop-and-Go Workshop on Nodes of Transportation and Transition in Vienna.

In-between


Architecture: platform for the creation of livable spaces

In-between


Architecture: platform for the creation of livable spaces
Architecture should be the main tool in the formation process of future societies.

We see architecture as a means of communication between different parts of society because spaces enable people to interact. Although the dominance of virtual space is undeniable, the real space still plays a crucial role and determines our well-being to a high degree. The connecting role of architecture makes the architect a person in-between. He/she should be the mediator who enables sometimes opposing parties to come together and develop strategies for their new living environments. The architect as the one in the middle has to be able to understand complex processes and needs of future society. In order to create sustainable and livable spaces he/she has to be aware of the context, step gently and be ready to listen, observe, think, rehink, fail, act and explore. Architecture becomes thus a multidisciplinary tool in the hands of a conscious professional.

In-between


Architecture: platform for the creation of livable spaces

In-between


Architecture: platform for the creation of livable spaces
Architecture should be the main tool in the formation process of future societies.

We see architecture as a means of communication between different parts of society because spaces enable people to interact. Although the dominance of virtual space is undeniable, the real space still plays a crucial role and determines our well-being to a high degree. The connecting role of architecture makes the architect a person in-between. He/she should be the mediator who enables sometimes opposing parties to come together and develop strategies for their new living environments. The architect as the one in the middle has to be able to understand complex processes and needs of future society. In order to create sustainable and livable spaces he/she has to be aware of the context, step gently and be ready to listen, observe, think, rehink, fail, act and explore. Architecture becomes thus a multidisciplinary tool in the hands of a conscious professional.


Idea by

Kasia Osiecka and Tatjana Radulovic
Kicevska 12
Belgrade
Serbia
Kasia Osiecka and Tatjana Radulovic met during Bauhaus Kolleg 2011/12 'After Levittown' dealing with questions of American suburbia in the aftermath of the economic crisis of 2008. Recently they collaborated on a study into the wholesale hub in Wólka Kosowska and presented their work at the Stop-and-Go Workshop on Nodes of Transportation and Transition in Vienna.