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Interview with Mond Qu

Mond Qu is a designer, animator and digital architect and the the architect behind Aditnálta, an island manifested on the internet – a cloud of immaterial dreams that continues to weave and stitch its way on the world wide web. His work explores alternative possibilities within the technological realities of our modern day world. He […]

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Interview with AA Interprofessional Studio – Theo Lorenz and Prof. Dr. Tanja Siems

The Interprofessional Studio at the Architectural Association in London is led by Theo Lorenz and Tanja Siems. Performative Architecture is defined as Architecture that is in its contemporary environment heading towards performative art, with the surroundings acting as the stage on which the building is able to perform and be on show. Borders between different disciplines […]

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Interview with Stefano Rabolli Pansera

Stefano Rabolli Pansera is an Italian architect, architectural theorist, urbanist and curator. Rabolli Pansera studied at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London where he graduated with Honours in 2005 and where he taught as Unit Master of Intermediate Unit 5 from 2007 to 2011. Help are close, outlet. It’s however. I’m. Product the to cheap viagra […]

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Interview with PW FERRETTO Architects – Peter W Ferretto

PWFERRETTO is an Architectural Company based in Seoul and London.  The office was founded in 2009 by Peter W. Ferretto after working for a period of 10 years in various international architectural companies, including Herzog & de Meuron in Basel, Switzerland for 7 years. The office has completed more than 30 projects since its inception […]

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Interview with Exactitudes

Since 1994, Dutch photographer Ari Versluisand anthropologist Ellie Uyttenbroek have been trekking the globe together, recording“exactitudes” — “exact attitudes” captured in people’s peculiar dress code as an attempt to differentiate themselves from others or identify with a group.  The project is a deliberate collage of contradictions — between individuality and conformity, between street style and studio setting, between self […]

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Sunday Read

Sunday Read is a weekly feature on books we come across and like.  In addition to of course the content, our focus lies primarily on the design, its haptic and layout. This is reflected upon through unique set ups, that is presented in a series of photographs. A small statement in the end provides you with all […]

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