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Jan Engelke, Lukas Fink, Micha Ringger, Ruben Bernegger Dorothee Hahn, Daniela Mehlich

AIA

Nordstrasse, Zürich, Switzerland
Jan Engelke, Lukas Fink, Micha Ringger, Ruben Bernegger Dorothee Hahn, Daniela Mehlich studied together architecture at the ETH Zurich. After graduation in the last two years we are bases in Zurich, Basel, Brussels, Berlin, Bergen and Vienna.

AIA


Collection of architectural answers for un-architectural questions

AIA


Collection of architectural answers for un-architectural questions
An interactive online architecture database that allows the user to browse trough the topics of concern.
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Type of project
  • New areas of operation

The goal of the AIA is to synchronize architectural content in the internet by the topics of concern. Architecture itself is a static answer to specific issues as politics, climate, social life, living, love, beauty, art, future, past, hate, economics, landscapes, villages, physics, fashion, fabric, robots, work, money, job, death, freedom, imprisonment, …
It is a free platform in which content is not generated but referenced and curated by a democratic audience. By its growth it allows research to specific topics and thus compromises complex dialogues and perspectives to one source. It is the library not sort by its author, but by its questions and possible answers. The goal is to efficiently stretch the horizon of the researcher.
The project is about making visible the mechanism of how the environment is perceived in and through media.
Based in different cities, we want to use the potential of separation to establish a dialogue between European cities and their discourses.

AIA


Collection of architectural answers for un-architectural questions

AIA


Collection of architectural answers for un-architectural questions
An interactive online architecture database that allows the user to browse trough the topics of concern.
File under
Type of project
  • New areas of operation

The goal of the AIA is to synchronize architectural content in the internet by the topics of concern. Architecture itself is a static answer to specific issues as politics, climate, social life, living, love, beauty, art, future, past, hate, economics, landscapes, villages, physics, fashion, fabric, robots, work, money, job, death, freedom, imprisonment, …
It is a free platform in which content is not generated but referenced and curated by a democratic audience. By its growth it allows research to specific topics and thus compromises complex dialogues and perspectives to one source. It is the library not sort by its author, but by its questions and possible answers. The goal is to efficiently stretch the horizon of the researcher.
The project is about making visible the mechanism of how the environment is perceived in and through media.
Based in different cities, we want to use the potential of separation to establish a dialogue between European cities and their discourses.


Idea by

Jan Engelke, Lukas Fink, Micha Ringger, Ruben Bernegger Dorothee Hahn, Daniela Mehlich
AIA
Nordstrasse
Zürich
Switzerland
Jan Engelke, Lukas Fink, Micha Ringger, Ruben Bernegger Dorothee Hahn, Daniela Mehlich studied together architecture at the ETH Zurich. After graduation in the last two years we are bases in Zurich, Basel, Brussels, Berlin, Bergen and Vienna.