Humour call for contributions!
A Lack of Exposure, by Alessandro Rognoni.
those practices who were mostly inspired by their architecture. From the masters of “austerity chic” to the more engaged “new realists” operating in
, many of these architects have employed the means of photography and rendering to somehow
The Berlage Questionnaire: Francesca Torzo, by Maria Christopoulou and Georgia Katsi.
can dim your eyes to something, like in Piero della
work. The last book you read. There’s three of them:
Biamonti, he’s from Liguria and seems a little bit tremendous in novels, but his writing is rapid, cinemagraphic like
Explore Lab Fictions, by Camille Billottet, Anne de Zeeuw & Aimee Baars.
techniques, spaces but also bodies and minds, the project aims at colonising a district of Lyon (
), through smells and architecture. By means of seven interventions, the visitor visits a. SmellTrail. , trailing from the busy basilica to the calm
Homo Urbanus: In Conversation with Bêka & Lemoine, by Juan Benavides & Jack Garay Arauzo.
and understood that image is the main media of our knowledge in the sense that architecture doesn't travel, obviously, if you don't have the opportunity to go to Japan or
to see a project, you know this project by an image. Maybe [you know it
Emotional Space, by Aimee Baars.
tear when I said goodbye to the village in Southern
, where for several years now, I have spent careless and liberating summers. One could argue that my emotion is not sparked by the surroundings; it is instead triggered by nostalgia, the
Where the light is strong…, by Christopher Clarkson.
two characters wait in a place defined only by a path, a bog, a bush (or a shrub), and themselves. Is it in
? South Africa? Japan? All of these places or none at the same time? These characters are waiting for Godot to arrive, and as time
Interview: Raquel Rolnik, by Nicole van Roij.
for political reasons and never returned, wrote a book on design in relation to economics and power relations on construction sites. His main argument: depending on the way you design, you orchestrate work on the building site. As designers
Writing on the Wall, by Federico Ruiz.
(6%) and Germany (5%); the rest of countries had less than a 5% participation, with 12 of them only having one architect on the wall. In total, only 29 countries were represented: 18 European, 4 Asian, 3 North American, 3 South American, 1
Incredible Nottingham, by Dorsa Ghaemi, Francien Fons, Jolt Wiersma and Sun Ah Hwang.
News! Humour call for contributions! ! Published in: Exodus. March 2020. 53/05. Pen Pal. Incredible Nottingham. Words and Images. Dorsa Ghaemi,
Fons, Jolt Wiersma and Sun Ah Hwang. Last year, The University of Nottingham invited a group of
Changing the Narrative, by Elena Rossoni.
site of. Valle de los Caídos. in Madrid, the burial ground of Spain’s dictator Francisco
and 33,000 victims of the country’s brutal civil war. Aerial picture of the imposing monument in Madrid’s outskirts. (source: Cuatro). Valle de los Caídos
A subjective take on greenwashing, by Katarzyna Soltysiak and Ecaterina Stefanescu.
-social-housing/. Online lecture: “Second Hand: A Virtual Lecture by Eva Prats and Ricardo Flores” at ASU Pheonix, 3 February
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