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Facundo Fernández

FLORA

https://www.floraestudio.net/

Avenida de Mayo 1370 P14 O373, Buenos Aires, Argentina
FLORA is an architecture office where research, registration and essay are the principles and foundations of our work. FLORA leads its ideas to different fields of exploration, drawing links with people, disciplines, materials and cities. Academic practice (FADU–UBA / C. Gropius - DAAD) is taken as a space of production, analysis and research, investigating the city and its inhabitants, from its intimate, collective and domestic aspects.

NON-DOMESTIC


Exploring contemporary habitat appropriations

NON-DOMESTIC


Exploring contemporary habitat appropriations
Non-Domestic is a research seminar rethinking domestic environments through the case-study of different ways of living.
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  • Site-specific cases

The belief that architecture is affected by everything is the basis of the claim that working as architects today implies a general interest and an integral participation in the world. Our role as architects or planners illustrates a constant process of accumulation, reinterpretation and reformulation of recurring themes and questions. Inhabiting (beyond the functional) has to do with this. Far from any formal, aesthetic determination, beyond the rules, standards and programs, architecture takes on meaning when living conditions are given by the people themselves. The inhabitant will be in question, the object of study, to ask about our formal discipline, addressing their conditions will bring us closer to thinking and questioning formal standards such as architecture programs, parties, uses, strategies, manuals, etc.


NON-DOMESTIC


Exploring contemporary habitat appropriations

NON-DOMESTIC


Exploring contemporary habitat appropriations
Non-Domestic is a research seminar rethinking domestic environments through the case-study of different ways of living.
File under
Type of project
  • Site-specific cases

The belief that architecture is affected by everything is the basis of the claim that working as architects today implies a general interest and an integral participation in the world. Our role as architects or planners illustrates a constant process of accumulation, reinterpretation and reformulation of recurring themes and questions. Inhabiting (beyond the functional) has to do with this. Far from any formal, aesthetic determination, beyond the rules, standards and programs, architecture takes on meaning when living conditions are given by the people themselves. The inhabitant will be in question, the object of study, to ask about our formal discipline, addressing their conditions will bring us closer to thinking and questioning formal standards such as architecture programs, parties, uses, strategies, manuals, etc.



Idea by

Facundo Fernández
FLORA
Avenida de Mayo 1370 P14 O373
Buenos Aires
Argentina
FLORA is an architecture office where research, registration and essay are the principles and foundations of our work. FLORA leads its ideas to different fields of exploration, drawing links with people, disciplines, materials and cities. Academic practice (FADU–UBA / C. Gropius - DAAD) is taken as a space of production, analysis and research, investigating the city and its inhabitants, from its intimate, collective and domestic aspects.