Designers, architects and urban planners are increasingly taking on the task of managing social and political issues of relationships, neighborhoods, energy flows, mobility, cultural heritage, identity and urban change, rather than just spatial and formal aspects. The theme ‘Landscapes of care’ focuses on a change of direction in the values, interests and priorities that drive architecture and urban planning. The ...
Film x Architecture Summer School
Architecture Film Summer School
Architecture as a Tool for Care
Sensing Urban Matter
Invisible Perspective: Women in the Space of Architecture
The House We Need
Young Talent Architecture Award 2020
ModuLAR UniTRY, Conceptually it is the unit made up of three parts that define the "whole".
Re adapting car parking into new temporal infrastructure creating or regenerating a collective identity.
Series of territorial segment-sequences
Architecture and territory. Is the east-west direction of the past a potential for the future?
What Comes After
“What Comes After” is a multi-sensory participatory performance that immerses the audience in the tumult of a flood. Blending elements of myth and memory, the work considers the myriad ways a community might experience and understand crisis, and possibilities that remain for rebuilding.