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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 ...
Mapping the Margins is a series of maps and documentations, identifying, for the first time, all the women associations, local agriculture cooperatives as well as abandoned buildings in Thesprotia province, in order to create an active platform where many cooperatives can find a space to grow. Through these rural commons, we aim to merge formal, non-formal and informal learning ...
One of the main guests at the 2021 Creative Exchange: Landscapes of Care event was Amica Dall, who holds a degree in English literature and anthropology and is one of the fifteen founders of the non-hierarchical multidisciplinary London collective Assemble, which produces architecture, art, urban design, and research—and in doing so focuses on the social and material processes of ...
With the 2021 Creative Exchange: Landscapes of Care, one of the key European events for networking and presentation of architectural ideas, Future Architecture Platform will introduce a new season of its European Architecture Program via a live webcast for the first time via Future Architecture Rooms.
During the year 2020, millions of people around the world had to quarantine, self-isolate, and apply physical and social distancing. Our lives, our family and work have drastically shifted into what many are increasingly calling the “new normal”. People work, study, shop and even get health advice remotely. Yet, not everyone enjoys suitable spaces for conducting virtual lives. While much ...
We are pleased to announce that we have counted all the votes and are now presenting you with the final list of 27 selected ideas that will be invited to the 2021 Creative Exchange: Landscapes of Care taking place online in February and March 2021.
This year we have received 457 ideas from 63 countries, and have ...
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 ...
Archifutures Volume 6: Agency, A field guide to reclaiming the future of architecture is a call to action for architects, urbanists and designers. With essays, interviews, projects and original works by young practitioners and more established figures alike, this sixth volume in the Archifutures series for the Future Architecture platform is the most activist to ...
In an effort to find alternatives to the current development project in Yerevan’s District 33 (Firdusi), the Committee for the Protection of Yerevan’s Heritage has launched an international open competition of ideas for the urban revitalization of the district.
DEADLINE TO APPLY: September 10, 2020
During the successful 2020 Creative Exchange, Marina Otero Verzier, architect and director of research at Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam, reflected on the applications from the Future Architecture 2020 Call for Ideas and shared her view on the future of architecture. We are delighted to announce the Annual Reflection Summary by Otero Verzier. Be inspired by her fresh and thought-provoking ...
2020 Creative Exchange, 12. - 13. February @ MAO Ljubljana
Focus Talks address some of the most pressing issues in the profession and engages with various aspects of the current state of architecture in Europe and beyond. As part of the 2020 Creative Exchange, the topic of this year's Focus Talks is Curatorial in Architecture presented from the perspective of different ...
Oslo Architecture Triennale - Autumn Programme 2021: Neighbourhood Stories
Driving the Human: Seven prototypes for eco-social renewal
Copenhagen Architecture Festival (CAFx)
Tirana Design Week 2021: Health & Wellbeing in the Post-Pandemic City
BINA Summer Film School: If These Walls Could Talk
Sensing Urban Matter: Fantasies of Seamless Interoperability
Alter-Nation: Kosovo Architecture Festival 2021
The House We Need
Young Talent Architecture Award 2020
Erika Henriksson: Making-with
Film x Architecture Summer School
4 Dec 2019
Save the Date for 2020 Creative Exchange
Future Architecture 2020 Creative Exchange will take place 12. - 13. February 2020 at the Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO) in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
1 Nov 2018
Call for Ideas 2019: Save the Date!
The next Future Architecture call will start on 15 November 2018 and end on 7 January 2019! The 4th Call for Ideas will again invite multi-disciplinary emerging creatives who work ...
31 Oct 2018
Save the Date for Creative Exchange 2019
Creative Exchange 2019 will take place between 14 and 16 February 2019 at Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO), Ljubljana (SI).
6 Jun 2018
YTAA 2018 Finalist Announced
Fundació Mies van der Rohe and Creative Europe announced the 12 finalists projects that compete to be the next winners of the Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA) 2018, Europe’s ...
6 Jun 2018
CAFx Summer School 2018
Join the Copenhagen Architecture Festival Summer School in Skagen, DK and explore the architectural spaces of social integration under the guidance of filmmakers and architects. Application deadline is 11 June!
12 Feb 2018
Future Architecture Platform Announces new Advisory Board
Future Architecture platform, key exchange and networking platform for European Architecture announces the formation of the Future Architecture Advisory Board, a group of renowned leaders, researchers, curators and practitioners selected ...
5 Feb 2018
Future Architecture Fair
The first ever Future Architecture Fair will take place on 15 and 16 February 2018 at Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO), Ljubljana as part of Creative Exchange 2018.
The project examines the greenhouse urbanization and photosynthetic colonization to describe the process that human displace, domesticate, and reproduce nature and territories in Anthropocene and Capitalocene.
Architherapy is a self-made practice crafted as a relational and improvisatory process that takes form by learning to think and make together with the whole ecological system of materials, people, entities, stories and forces that surround architecture.
Renaturalization of a heritage area with natural logics that enables fluvial resilience of the territory along time.
Climate Care is a festival engaged with theory and practice at the intersection of climate challenges, ethics of care and environmental humanities.
An Anticipatory Theory of Ruin Ecology
In an age where ruined buildings are becoming unlikely refuges for endangered species, architects should begin designing buildings with an eye towards their future existence as hotspots for biodiversity.
ACAN is a network of individuals within architecture who are taking action to address climate and ecological breakdown.
Drowned in Neretva River
Exploring spatial, ecological, political and material formations of post-war landscape system of the Neretva river
An exploration of the (neo)colonial economies connected to the spaces of international justice.
Reconsider the perception, governance, and inhabitation of the British countryside after Brexit.
Under Construction imagines a city that is constantly being rebuilt using the same stock of materials.
This ongoing investigation explores the little known, disregarded, and rare intimate behaviour of nature. It questions the place of queerness in the society in general and in the architectural world in particular.
A short circuit will lead to an inversion of roles between nature and architecture.
Future architecture should be humid, a wet place where borders melt and disappear.
Urban homework for Europe
Future architecture will understand of no borders. We will be approaching every challenge with the interconnection and knowledge of all.