Hulya Ertas talked with Cristina Gamboa, one of the founder members of Lacol, on their approach as an architecture cooperative
In the guidance of Michael Leung, this interview looks into a collective movement that flourishes at a street stall in Hong Kong as a reaction to the current development plans
How can we generate solutions in real life to our most prominent urban issues like sustainability, mobility, equality, etc.?
Ezgi Tezcan has talked to Peter Barber over social housings shaped under neoliberal urban politics and possibilities of participatory architecture.
The world agenda full of crises makes it necessary for architectural practice to take a new look at the built and natural environment, and to develop new perspectives
We talked with Constantin Petcou of Atelier d’Architecture Autogérée on utilizing the community engagement for generating tactical urbanism projects.
StoneCycling, as a Dutch startup, collects demolition debris and transforms it into new materials at time of rapid construction and consumption
Critical Concrete, concentrating on the refurbishment of socially relevant spaces of Porto suburbs, shows us how to be super cool by being super normal
Hülya Ertaş talked to Florian Koehl on the social agenda of architects today and the alternative ways of realizing projects within the existing social and economical framework
Architecture For+With+By Refugees is an open source online platform that explores and shows ideas, projects, buildings, workshops and open calls including refugees from worldwide
Tatiana Schneider talks to XXI about background of Spatial Agency and shares standpoints for focusing alternative ways rather than the mainstream
Emil Jurcan talks to Hülya Ertaş of XXI magazine, looking into the political and social problems of architectural and urban projects in Croatia
Maniera searches new design proposals by working with architects and artists who blur boundaries between architecture, design and art
Engin Ayaz and Christian Benimana of MASS discuss how architecture should function, as well as looking into the facts of social design in Africa
Aixopluc takes on the challenge to find new modes of inhabitation in symbiosis with planet earth
Centrala adopts a design approach that considers the past as a source of overlooked yet valuable expressions