Category Archives: Exhibitions

BUILDING WEATHER by MARKUS JESCHAUNIG

BUILDING WEATHER Erecting and operating buildings and cities is systematically linked with the entire biosphere of Planet Earth. The current global energy demand is largely provided by non-renewable energy resources. Due to dramatic environmental changes, a reinvention of the ways

BUILDING WEATHER by MARKUS JESCHAUNIG

BUILDING WEATHER Erecting and operating buildings and cities is systematically linked with the entire biosphere of Planet Earth. The current global energy demand is largely provided by non-renewable energy resources. Due to dramatic environmental changes, a reinvention of the ways

How I started hanging out with Home: Anthropomorphic Architecture in the Age of Artificial Intelligence by SPACE POPULAR

HOW I STARTED HANGING OUT WITH HOME: Anthropomorphic Architecture in the Age of Artificial IntelligenceIf buildings become robots and robots become humans, how human will our buildings be? Buildings already move and speak to us, they make decisions based on input data.

How I started hanging out with Home: Anthropomorphic Architecture in the Age of Artificial Intelligence by SPACE POPULAR

HOW I STARTED HANGING OUT WITH HOME: Anthropomorphic Architecture in the Age of Artificial IntelligenceIf buildings become robots and robots become humans, how human will our buildings be? Buildings already move and speak to us, they make decisions based on input data.

WEERKAS by JOHAN VOORDOUW

The Weerkas is an ironic commentary on changing weather patterns in the Netherlands. Each image illustrates a specific geographic location in one of the Netherlands’ twelve provinces, in one month of the year. The drawings express a shift in weather

WEERKAS by JOHAN VOORDOUW

The Weerkas is an ironic commentary on changing weather patterns in the Netherlands. Each image illustrates a specific geographic location in one of the Netherlands’ twelve provinces, in one month of the year. The drawings express a shift in weather