I’m dealing a lot on a daily basis about affordable spaces. Public, community and private spaces too!? What does it mean and how does it look like? I think it is crucial for our future! Check this article for further thoughts!
Architecture, urban planning, interior design, … everything that has something to do with spaces. In the last few year, since I’m really focusing on democratic, social, cultural and sensitive issues in architecture, I have to say, mostly only women appear as active participants! It is amazing and crazy! Thanks ladies!!! Check this article to read […]
I love my life & work balance! 😀 “We are not missionaries but when something here works, such as, for example, the integration of refugees, disabled or elderly persons then this could surely be adopted as an example of how it could function at a larger scale. We present our experience in the form of […]
NOTHING – there is no such a thing like nothing, or maybe there is. Even nothing has two sides. You know what I mean? On one side, there are people who believe that there is such thing like nothing and on the other side, there are people who believe that there is no such a […]
This post could be endless, so I start with the most important and then backwards in time… The Architecture for Refugees (I’m one of the co-founders there) started a collaboration with the Emergency Architecture & Human Rights organisation based in Copenhagen to build 99 more classrooms and football fields for refugees and local communities in the […]
I LOVE these days! Home office – writing an article with Sofie about identity and space, being with the family, having a meeting with Irshad and talking about Balochistan (check the wikipedia link here), having a phone meeting and talking about an article for the Life at Home – good architectural examples of integration in […]
“Rebuild the world” or something like that! In the Helmhaus Zürich there is an exhibition you must see! We also gave a wall there “Mapping the refugee life”, it is on the second floor! Invited by Raphael Perrett! Thanks! On Sunday, there was a lovely dinner in the museum 🙂