Ideas # Economy
explore the concrete spatial configurations generated by the financial operation of fictitious capital and the possibility to write an alternative through the creation of a “collective subject” capable of producing a politicized space through new narratives concerning our way of being-in-the-world.
Production makes the city
Productive areas should be an energetic part of a city as a dense and inviting environments, integrating very diverse activities and users.
Architecture in the Sharing Economy
This project explores the potential for online commerce in the sharing economy to create physical communities.
Could we rethink, reimagine and redesign past and future cities from a property-free basis?
Standard Deviation is a design methodology based on reconfiguring risk, insurance and liability.
The Public House of Architectural Futures
The Public House acts as a space of rest, spontaneous association and bold non-productive dépense.
Filling the gaps in Agriculture Development by Integrating an Architectural Solution
THE FUTURE IS UP | THE RISING OF THE ARTIST STUDIO
The future of architecture lies within a fusion of art and development; creating a design-led, diverse environment.
Foreign Architecture as Domestic Policy
FADP represents an exercise in branding a nation and securing a market for a country’s exports.
The Subprime Monument
"That which lies here in ruins, the highly significant fragment is the finest material in the creation. For it is common practice to pile up fragments ceaselessly and to take the repetition of stereotypes for a process of intensification, in the unremitting expectation of a miracle." Walter Benjamin
The future architecture should integrate new, innovative financing strategies in order to turn "prospective buyers" back into "residents"
The anamorphic architectural labour
Each architect need to find own vantage points and apparata to reconstitute worthy labour conditions
Funding the Cooperative City
Architecture should be more about access, rights, and resources than forms, images and algorithms
The aim of this project is to demonstrate the importance and potential of the facility built over 50 years ago, to show that buildings from this period have historical and architectural value, in order to obtain legal protection and to prevent their further deterioration.
Childrens' Urban School Svidomi
Future Architecture strictly depends on future urban environment, Future architecture definitely will become younger, and my idea is to encourage people to research, participate and design the city from the school age.
Reconciliation for the Street of the Future...
Compassion advanced through participatory design and construction from a young age is seen to aid an agonistic conflict, which generates equitable development and helps to curtail the effects of inequality and social-spatial polarization in the city.
Permanent Temporality of Refugee Camps: The Syrian Chapter
The project intends to reinvent refugee camps as urban catalysts, humanitarian and political agencies. The new urban prototype addresses the possibility of long term stay and integration of Syrians, focusing on issues of self-reliance, through employment and education.
Redevelopment of social housing infrastructure
When we think about the future of architecture we can’t think of something other than high influence of technology and presume all people will have access to it since it will also be something viral. But there is an entire neighborhood who do not have the most vital facilities.
DIY- do it yourself
Our aim is to create a reusable, temporary structure that can be used in the execution of refugee camps. The structure can involve the creation of temporary houses or other facilities that are needed in a refugee camp. DIY (do it yourself) is our main aim.
Look around: there are as many possible futures as there are designers, all valid. Although the idea of future was declared dead in 1969, how can today’s architecture still question it, through open procedures that enable rather than impose and determine?
The idea grows up thinking about the crisis and the future overcrowding of the human population. The concept is about looking for a building where emptiness is the logical way to manage the project, allowing other users to modify and create the future building.
The future of architecture should be focused on creating self-sufficient and self-coordinated units that contribute the positive experience of the (urban) environment, or in other words - we need a society where all buildings are power plants that look like parks.
Petek is a prototype floating structure, built for the historic water community of the Tonlé Sap. This project is driven by an innovative approach to address the community’s social and physical needs in view of the safeguard of future generations of both human and wildlife populations.
Walk and Hórreo
Create an infrastructure able to make profitable hórreos preservation. The use of trusts flows that Camino de Santiago provides consistently it is a key strategy for this goal. By the creation of an APP, backpackers would localize hórreos and overnight on them for a symbolic price.