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Márk Redele, Francesca Lucchitta

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Frans De Wollantstraat 60, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Márk Redele(HU) is a graduate of the Studio for Immediate Spaces department at the Sandberg Instituut. He is interested in the problematization of the architectural object as a critical, transformative entity. Francesca Lucchitta(IT) is a visual communicator and researcher. She explores the intersection between architecture, nature and anthropology to understand how historical changes bring to a different perception, use and memory of natural areas.

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A Room Now Guests In Its Roomness

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A Room Now Guests In Its Roomness
A commision driven, periodical edition that develops a vision of an extended field of architecture.
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For Example is a sporadically published, commission driven object of juxtaposed contributions that fall into a structure through an editing process. It is not a documentary effort but a productive one. It develops a vision of an extended field of architecture: a domain of practices that are driven by a fundamental, transformative architectural/spatial ambition regardless their formal background.

We look at current practices that deliberately take a temporary or permanent position outside of the formal architectural context where they develop and deploy spatial work that form or preserve critical, transformative relationship with the established field of architecture, expanding and renegotiating its limitations, modalities, permissions and privileges.

A Room Now Guests in Its Roomness is our first edition with commissioned work from Michiel De Cleene(BE), Ott Metusala(EST), Nicolò Scatola(IT) and Márk Redele(HU).


Excerpt from the first edition, A Room Now Guests in Its Roomness.

Excerpt from the first edition, A Room Now Guests in Its Roomness. Contributions from Michiel De Cleene and Márk Redele. 1. A partial copy of a thick plywood construction sheet in porcelain. 2. Two juxtaposed images from a Belgian bluestone quarry exploring fictive architectural scenarios through manipulating scale, proportions and gaze.

Excerpt from the first edition, A Room Now Guests in Its Roomness. Contribution from Nicolo Scatola, a explorative writing into tactility and intensities in space.

Excerpt from the contribution of Michiel De Cleene. Two juxtaposed images from a Belgian bluestone quarry exploring fictive architectural scenarios through manipulating scale, proportions and gaze.

Excerpt from the contribution of Márk Redele. A partial copy of a thick plywood construction sheet in porcelain.

For Example


A Room Now Guests In Its Roomness

For Example


A Room Now Guests In Its Roomness
A commision driven, periodical edition that develops a vision of an extended field of architecture.
File under
Type of project
  • Next alliances

For Example is a sporadically published, commission driven object of juxtaposed contributions that fall into a structure through an editing process. It is not a documentary effort but a productive one. It develops a vision of an extended field of architecture: a domain of practices that are driven by a fundamental, transformative architectural/spatial ambition regardless their formal background.

We look at current practices that deliberately take a temporary or permanent position outside of the formal architectural context where they develop and deploy spatial work that form or preserve critical, transformative relationship with the established field of architecture, expanding and renegotiating its limitations, modalities, permissions and privileges.

A Room Now Guests in Its Roomness is our first edition with commissioned work from Michiel De Cleene(BE), Ott Metusala(EST), Nicolò Scatola(IT) and Márk Redele(HU).


Excerpt from the first edition, A Room Now Guests in Its Roomness.

Excerpt from the first edition, A Room Now Guests in Its Roomness. Contributions from Michiel De Cleene and Márk Redele. 1. A partial copy of a thick plywood construction sheet in porcelain. 2. Two juxtaposed images from a Belgian bluestone quarry exploring fictive architectural scenarios through manipulating scale, proportions and gaze.

Excerpt from the first edition, A Room Now Guests in Its Roomness. Contribution from Nicolo Scatola, a explorative writing into tactility and intensities in space.

Excerpt from the contribution of Michiel De Cleene. Two juxtaposed images from a Belgian bluestone quarry exploring fictive architectural scenarios through manipulating scale, proportions and gaze.

Excerpt from the contribution of Márk Redele. A partial copy of a thick plywood construction sheet in porcelain.


Idea by

Márk Redele, Francesca Lucchitta
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Frans De Wollantstraat 60
Amsterdam
Netherlands
Márk Redele(HU) is a graduate of the Studio for Immediate Spaces department at the Sandberg Instituut. He is interested in the problematization of the architectural object as a critical, transformative entity. Francesca Lucchitta(IT) is a visual communicator and researcher. She explores the intersection between architecture, nature and anthropology to understand how historical changes bring to a different perception, use and memory of natural areas.