VI PER Gallery
Giacomo Pala, Jörg Stanzel
We use architecture as a mean for the reinvention of memories and identities in order to design alternative futures.
An exploration of the (neo)colonial economies connected to the spaces of international justice.
Aleksandra Czupkiewicz, Patryk Kusz, Maria Wawer
Catalogue of pavillions in order to: show their potential before they start to disappear from the city; to preserve their original shape (structure, form, unique detail), to compile possible functional program for upcoming years and present different scenarios for potential tenants and developers.
Die Agentur für Architekturarbeit
»The individual becomes smaller when entering the temple of community.« Hannes Meyer
Institute of Patent Infringement
Matthew Stewart (with Jane Chew)
To document how ‘Big Tech’ firms are increasingly turning to physical space to define the future of automation while creating a framework where architects, and other practitioners, can challenge this process.
News and events
All the Beauties of the Cities / Genius loci: Use of Language in Architecture
All the Beauties of the City / Andi Schmied, Private Views: A high-rise panorama of Manhattan
Speculative Scenarios of Affordable Housing on Rohan Island
Elena Markus & Nick Förster, From Collective to Commoning
Giacomo Pala & Jörg Stanzel, Déjà Vu Futures Prague’s / Speculative Past
All the Beauties of the Cities
Lodovica Guarnieri: Green Offshores. Nature at War
Aleksandra Czupkiewicz, Maria Wawer and Patryk Kusz: pawilony_pavilions
Céline Baumann: Queer Nature