Creative Exchange 2018
Creative Exchange is a European gathering for architecture and design lovers and professionals. As a multi-day public event with lectures, talks, presentations, pitches and cocktails, Creative Exchange will enable meetings and live interaction between cultural operators, emerging creatives and audiences through various formats. Applicants of the Call for Ideas, members and other cultural operators in architecture and design will present their latest developments, new projects and new ideas. The Future Architecture Matchmaking Conference will feature selected Future Architecture emerging creative, three winners of the Fundació Mies van der Rohe Young Talent Architecture Award 2016, and enable members to plan their involvement in the programme modules. Focus Talks will address pressing professional issues and enable members and creatives to gain new knowledge. The Future Architecture Fair will provide cultural operators and emerging creatives in architecture a forum in which to present their work at an exhibition, to meet partners and examine opportunities. Both days are admission free!
Thursday, 15 February 2018
|10.00–19.00||FUTURE ARCHITECTURE FAIR|
|15.30–16.00||Anastassia Smirnova (Strelka Institute & SVESMI, Moscow, RU) on education|
|16.00–16.30||Hanna Dencik Petersson (Oslo Architecture Triennale, Oslo, N) on OAT|
|16.30–16.50||Gonzalo Herrero Delicado (Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK) with Invisible Landscapes|
|17.00–17.45||Stephan Trüby (Department of Architecture, TUM, München, DE): Positioning Architecture (Theory)|
|17.45–18.30||Srećko Horvat (HR): No Future = No Architecture!|
|18.30–19.15||Discussion moderated by Andreas Ruby (S AM, Basel, CH)|
Boštjan Vuga, Anastassia Smirnova, Bika Rebek, James Taylor Foster, Hanna Dencik Petersson, Srećko Horvat, Stephan Trüby
|20.30–22.00||Pitch Cocktails (10 fast presentations)|
Friday, 16 February 2018
|10.00–19.00||FUTURE ARCHITECTURE FAIR|
|MATCHMAKING CONFERENCE 2018|
|09.15–11.15||ANOTHER WAY OF BUILDING|
|Architectural thinking school for children (Belarus) with Children Know|
|Miruna Dunu (The Netherlands) with Coastland|
|Bartlebooth (Antonio Giráldez, Begona Hermida, Pablo Ibánez and Tarsila Sánchez) (Spain) with Bartlebooth|
|Maite Borjabad (Spain) with Scenographies of Power|
|Cartha (Elena Chiavi, Pablo Garrido i Arnaiz, Francisco Moura Veiga, Francisco Ramos, Rubén Valdez) (Switzerland) with CARTHA|
|Tania Tovar Torres (Mexico) with In Articulo Mortis|
|RESOLVE (Akil Scafe-Smith, Gameli Ladzekpo, Seth Scafe-Smith, Vishnu Jayarajan) (United Kingdom) with If These Walls Could Talk|
|SET Architects (Lorenzo Catena, Onorato di Manno, Andrea Tanci) (Italy) with New Primitive|
|fala atelier (Portugal) with The School of Tourism|
|Skrei (Francisco Fonseca, Pedro Jervell) (Portugal) with Air Revert|
|Elena Agudo Sierra (Spain) with Sensorial Space Prototype|
|Babau Bureau (Marco Ballarin, Elisa Brusegan, Stefano Tornieri, Massimo Triches) (Italy) with Anatomia Loci|
|15.00–17.10||TOOLS OF CHANGE|
|Policarpo Baquera (YTAA 2016 Winner, Spain) with geoFRONT|
|Martin Pohl with The Political Church|
|TAB collective (Austria) with Architecture vs. Politics|
|Piyush Prajapati (Dubai, UAE) with HEX-A-TRAL|
|Guillaume de Morsier, Valentin Kunik, Ibai Rigby (Switzerland) with Parallel Sprawl|
|17.30–19.15||POWER TO THE PEOPLE|
|Tomasz Broma (TYTAA 2016 Winner; Poland): S’lowtecture|
|Daniela Patti and Levente Polyak (Italy) with Funding the Cooperative City |
|Jason Hilgefort (The Netherlands) with Institute for Autonomous Urbanism|
|Phi (Calum Bowden, Cory Levinson, Aliaksandra Smirnova, Artem Stepanov, Aiwen Yin) (Russia) with Phi|
|Eventually Made (Sebastian Bernardy and Vincent Meyer Madaus) (The Netherlands) with Open House|
|Maksym Rokmaniko, Francesco Sebregondi, Enrico Zago, Melissa Frost (The Netherlands) with DOMA|
|19.00–19.30||WRAP-UP Reflections Summary by Stojan Pelko|
Architecture as the discipline able to materialize political ideas into social realities. For that, our future needs us to be placed as a link between thought and action.
A Symbiotic Relation of Cooperative Social Housing and Dispersed Tourism in Havana Vieja.
The proposal seeks to deal with the urban, economic and social aspects of the challenging future of Havana Vieja.
A self-organizing structure based on an algorithm that generates personalized housing units.
33 pupils 7-13 y.o. made their theories about the future of Minsk and it's architecture
The idea is to prove a simple lo-tech system that detoxicates and depolutes indoor environments by means of a special material combined with few climatizing devices.
The short film Coastland envisions an ambitious and optimistic yet somewhat defective architecture.
Sensorial Space Prototype
Spatial devices that facilitate accessibility and understanding of the environment to people who do not have the five sense
Open House is a hypothetical device to practically engage architects with domestic transformation.
The Political Church
THE POLITICAL CHURCH calls for the necessity of a productive space of conflict and contemporary architectural tools
Scenographies of Power
A critical view on how architecture materializes legal frameworks and political apparatuses.
A living piece of architecture
Future architecture has to become kinetic and sensitive to interact not only with the environment but also with human emotions.
With city centres under pressure through tourism and global capital the future is rethinking sprawl.
Institute for Autonomous Urbanism
The disruptive developments of dispersed infrastructure frames a moment in time where we can fundamentally reconceive of how we make, fund, and even conceptualize the world that surrounds us and how we engage with the possibilities of a new Autonomous Urbanism
A critical Architecture, anchored in the Past and propelled towards an informed Future.
The School of Tourism
Architecture without clients, the 'no-home' condition and life as a perpetual tourist.
A publishing platform to unveil the conditions and procedures of contemporary spatial practices
A short circuit will lead to an inversion of roles between nature and architecture.
Architecture vs Politics
Architecture should take a role in criticising political habits that influence the built environment and social life.
In Articulo Mortis
After death, architecture is no longer a building, but a story to be told.
DOMA is a blockchain-based, affordable housing platform that turns its users into home owners
We can’t measure reality only through our presumed normality. Reality is so elusive, we need new ways to perceive it.
Phi is a platform that connects people in remote off-grid communities to clean, low-cost energy improving their living conditions.
Funding the Cooperative City
Architecture should be more about access, rights, and resources than forms, images and algorithms
Imagining a city that is not addicted to fossil fuels. Interpreting the way we live, work, and move around the city, our main source of energy would come from humans.
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!
We invite some of the most prominent thinkers of the present to dive in the Future Architecture ideas repository and reflect on the work of an emerging generation of creatives striving for positive change. The valuable document was publicly presented by Stojan Pelko on the 2018 Creative Exchange in MAO Ljubljana.