The light which preserves its mystery since the times mankind existed till today, embodies the secret of its beauty’s nature
With slow food there is also slow design, a mindful idea of thinking about progress at large and a sustainable zero-growth future
A series of futuristic images, with the first series produced for the 1900 Exhibition Universelle in Paris, was depicting what it would be like to live in the then distant year of 2000 - aptly named En L’an 2000
Red Dot Design Museum takes the individual as a moving eye and builds an experience on it with its groundbreaking structure and exhibition scenario
What do we talk about when we talk about participatory architecture?
Alberti's approach in design fabrication is still a major part of another issue, but rather lets us focus on how his conception of the architect fares in pre-Industrial Revolution
All these enormous and marvelous transactions which reside at the background of brain’s storytelling come into a practical existence as a personal experience while strolling around the Vitra Campus
Jose Luis Uribe Ortiz looks into a selection of works by Talca University students that constitutes a part of the new narrative in the architectural landscape of the central valley of Chile
'Who are we as architects?' we found ourselves pondering, across a half-a-ton bright orange robotic arm looming over the very little space we have as our digital fabrication workshop
Murat Cetin looks into the architectural extensions to existing buildings and the homogenizing tendencies of those in power
Going up against the present “strategies” of architecture that feed on the cooperation between property, global capital and power, Asiye Akgün Gültekin and Erdem Üngür are searching for “tactics” through which architecture may seek the absence of space and power. The following text explores how they deal with the process in the architecture studio
At this point, Aureli’s work could be taken as an opportunity to reconsider the role of the primal hut in the theory and history of architecture
Why is so much design still bad?
Displacement is at the first place, and foremost, a spatial phenomenon. Despite of being perceived as “temporal guests”, refugees are urban actors whether in camps, villages or cities
The turn of the millennium made clear that the collapse of discourses in modern architecture in the face of globalization and post-modern invasion has shaken up the trust placed in its strength
The 21th century, due to constant crises and wars erupting worldwide or at least to our access to information on them, is moving forward with a sense of pessimism and indifference