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
Civicwise, an international network working on civic design gathered together at Glocal Camp to discuss the community governance, collaborative economy, and inclusive communication
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
What Design Can Do, an international design platform launched by designers from different disciplines, organized a challenge focused on refugees
It seems like the deeper design gets into processes of participation, engaging users and stakeholders, the more the designer becomes a facilitator or manager of operations.
The 15th international architecture exhibition of the Venice Biennale invites architects to leave their comfort zones by reminding them the responsibility of the architect.