The lockdowns all around the world make us realise the importance of community and public life and spaces. Without coming together, our life is way more difficult. We are all closed into our homes and super narrow social bubbles. Even if we can have online “social life”, we cannot meet and have offline exchange with […]
The newest issue of The Funambulist is in da house! 💪🎉❤️ I highly recommend it to everyone, who is interested in politics, space, architecture, infrastructure, … It is super affordable! Go for it!
We are doing a research and writing an article about #inclusivity #spaceattachment #identity #codesign #collaborativedevelopment #housing #refugees #privacy #communityspace #publicspace Thanks to all the authors! Amazing findings and important thoughts! Can’t wait to share our findings! #refugees #architecture #space #program @ Zürich, Switzerland Thanks Arrival City by Doug Saunders, Jane Jacobs, @Herbert Ludl, Jovis Verlag, […]
With Zsófi and many other friends and colleagues we are researching and developing co-living projects for many years now! For me it started with four keywords, topics. Democracy, housing, sustainability and bottom-up. After my studies in Barcelona, Budapest and Zürich, the co-housing and shared-flats appeared as potential solutions for all the four topics! We kept […]
We were invited by Raphael Perrett for the Helmhaus exhibition “Refaire le mond” to do a wall. This is it! The exhibition is over, but we are very happy that we were invited! Thanks!
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 […]
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 […]
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