As the closing act of the first pan-European architecture platform Future Architecture, we are pleased to announce the Future Architecture Book. Edited by Milan Dinevski and Damjan Kokalevski, the book documents the 6 years of the platform that was dedicated to creating a network of cultural institutions and young practitioners. Its main aim was to present and discuss architectural concerns ...
The Future Architecture platform, coordinated by the Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO) in Ljubljana, Slovenia has provided talented conceptual practitioners and thinkers in architecture with the opportunity to speak up – and be seen and heard. It has connected emerging talents to high profile institutions, museums, galleries, publishing houses, biennials, and festivals which organized the European Architecture Program of exhibitions ...
Cyberactivism in architectural communication.
Implementation of the opinion of the European Economic and Social Committee on ‘Cyberactivism and civil society organizations’ in architectural communication.
Home away from home
We believe that participatory design tools can help migrants to connect with local community easier.
As the domestic space meets new technologies, the dialogue between private and public prompts us to question the scenario of these spaces.
By defying the Law of Gravity, Crush Installation explores the intertwined and complex relationship of humans, technology and nature.
Weird Drawings (Los Dibujos Raros)
Relating to a park through the process of collective drawing to change the given narratives
“Tomorrow’s Islands” is an installation-performance about movement, connection, and attention. Using land reclamation, the work takes the migration and compaction of sand as metaphors for the displacement and reconstitution of community, reflecting on the promises and challenges of congregation.