1. Architectures of Reassurance: Between Emergency and Play - CATALYST 2020

    June 30, 2020
    Architectural work, as a genre of intellectual work, is multi-faceted, as are the venues of experimentation and practice that reflect upon it. In this regard, architectural thought operates in many formats, media, and institutional settings that extend beyond, while often informing, the disciplineʼs role in the conception of the built environments.
  2. minus20degree 2020

    June 30, 2020
    Welcome to the Global Village, the center of the minus20degree Festival for Art & Architecture.
  3. Birdhouse & Burrow

    June 28, 2020
    The assignment was to redesign an alpine building from the 1980’s for a family of four with extremely diverse but very tangible wishes. A new kids room in the basement, a working space on the balcony that is shielded from the wind and an uninterrupted terrace surrounding the house, are...
  4. ultimate atlas - logbook of spaceship earth

    August 16, 2019
    With Ultimate Atlas, Theo Deutinger illustrates the basic data of Earth and its inhabitants to create a total portrait of the planet. How can we keep track of everything that happens on the Earth? How can we share this information with its inhabitants, despite their different languages and cultural backgrounds?...
  5. Independence Day 2019

    June 19, 2019
    Independence Day 2019 is an update from our 2014 version of Independence Day which shows the political landscape of Europe if all its current separatist movements succeed. As stated with the original map, all currently existing movements that have a flag and express their wish for independence in any way, are shown.
  6. State of Tyranny

    April 15, 2019
    How do we understand tyranny? Its global presence is felt and heard daily. It permeates news cycles, it defines the plots of television shows, and it has to be explained to our children. Tyranny defines contemporary culture, and though it is often talked about conceptually, its more subtle spatial manifestations...
  7. Mammut - Findings From The IKEA Civilisation

    April 14, 2019
    About 1200 years ago, the Earth was inhabited by it’s first globe-spanning culture: the IKEA civilisation. At the height of their existence, the IKEA population reached approximately 10 billion people - leaving no corner of the earth untouched by their influence, until now.Following news reports, that Dutch customs found and...
  8. Handbook of Tyranny - Exhibition II

    March 12, 2019
    The exhibition is designed around the idea of a tyrant’s office. Therefore, the shop-windows of the exhibition space have been closed with plywood boards to guarantee security and enclosure. The designs from the Handbook of Tyranny are pinned casually to the plywood walls.
  9. IKEA Walks – The Capital of World Interior

    October 17, 2018
    Imagine, it is true, and we are about to experience the end of globalization. In the long run this would mean the end of the Soccer World Cup, the Olympics, English as lingua franca, pop-music and the end of Mc Donald’s and IKEA.
  10. Riverside Residence

    October 16, 2018
    The building is designed right at a topographic edge with a difference in height of 6 meter, which equals exactly the two stories of the building. While the entrances at the front of the building are directly accessible form the street, the roof is a continuation of the pasture land...
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