All # Environment
The future of architecture is very much about embracing complexity and looking at strategic intervention strategies beyond the discipline itself. Maybe it’s time to stop talking about the “urban” and the “rural” and consider ourselves as part of a delicate and intricate bioregional balance. This essay by environmentalist Freya Yost may be about open access and agriculture but it ...
An Incomplete Atlas of Stones is a project that investigates a type of stone set into a coastal landscape, the “tsunami stones” of Japan, in order to carry those aims forward, in order to think collectively about how we design and conduct research, in order to develop a greater fluency about the relations involved in making landscapes.
How can you navigate towards something when there are no fixed points, when you cannot determine your position? How do you know where to go, or even know when you have got there?
The Open Bookshelf: Archifutures
Creative Exchange 2019
Archifutures Vol. 5: Apocalypse
Living with Water - Southern Fringe of Ljubljana
Tirana Architecture Weeks: [Co]Habitation Tactics
1 Nov 2018
Call for Ideas 2019: Save the Date!
The next Future Architecture call will start on 15 November 2018 and end on 7 January 2019! The 4th Call for Ideas will again invite multi-disciplinary emerging creatives who work ...
31 Oct 2018
Save the Date for Creative Exchange 2019
Creative Exchange 2019 will take place between 14 and 16 February 2019 at Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO), Ljubljana (SI).
6 Jun 2018
YTAA 2018 Finalist Announced
Fundació Mies van der Rohe and Creative Europe announced the 12 finalists projects that compete to be the next winners of the Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA) 2018, Europe’s ...
6 Jun 2018
CAFx Summer School 2018
Join the Copenhagen Architecture Festival Summer School in Skagen, DK and explore the architectural spaces of social integration under the guidance of filmmakers and architects. Application deadline is 11 June!
12 Feb 2018
Future Architecture Platform Announces new Advisory Board
Future Architecture platform, key exchange and networking platform for European Architecture announces the formation of the Future Architecture Advisory Board, a group of renowned leaders, researchers, curators and practitioners selected ...
5 Feb 2018
Future Architecture Fair
The first ever Future Architecture Fair will take place on 15 and 16 February 2018 at Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO), Ljubljana as part of Creative Exchange 2018.
24 Jan 2018
Oslo Triennale to join the Future Architecture Platform in 2019
A variety of different applicants responded to the Call for Members 2019 - the call has received 27 high quality applications from 17 countries, which deal with diverse activities from the ...
22 Jan 2018
Open Call: Future Architecture Fair
The Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO) Ljubljana offers a great opportunity to meet and present your work to the Future Architecture platform audience. Be part of the Future Architecture ...
17 Jan 2018
Your Favourite Idea 2018!
The 212 ideas have in total received 8.218 valid votes. Check out your favourite idea!
16 Jan 2018
Selected Participants of 2018
The final results are in! Find out who are the selected participants of Future Architecture 2018.
10 Jan 2018
Call for Ideas 2018 Now Closed!
212 applications by 492 creatives from 43 countries. The next generation of selected creatives will be announced on 16 January!
A short circuit will lead to an inversion of roles between nature and architecture.
Space in Time
In the Middle Ages it was the market square, before the millennium it was the shopping street in the city, today we have online shopping – but the future of shopping lies in the phygital store, an urban hub of a large logistic network representing the convergence between online and offline world.
The project is an investigation of the possibility of synthetic biology, in a speculative design scenario estimated to be possible within 20 years. A Reality where we can program and modify organisms into objects, where your possessions grow at home instead of being manufactured in a factory.