- # Social
- # Infrastructure
- # Economy
- # Other
Today, as more and more people are moving to cities, alternative ways of living together are becoming more popular, and new models of ownership are being discussed. These new modalities seem to deconstruct the strictly dichotomized conception of “private” and “public” into a much more robust and fine-grained gradient.
601 Gradients Workshop is an attempt to engage in a richer discourse concerning issues of private space, shared space, public space, etc., in the context of contemporary living and live/work situations, in order to conceive of a new, problem-specific architectural language, operating beyond the threshold of mere binary oppositions.