unsolicited

On Extralegal Space in Belgrade / rooftop squatting II

  ‘The illusion that illegal construction brought a dispersion of power in the production of space dissolved, and it became obvious that the power just shifted into the hands of developers who merely used the illegal as their legitimate field.’ [DS]

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On Extralegal Space in Belgrade / rooftop squatting II

  ‘The illusion that illegal construction brought a dispersion of power in the production of space dissolved, and it became obvious that the power just shifted into the hands of developers who merely used the illegal as their legitimate field.’ [DS]

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the cemetery pays

In a context lacking clients, commissions and opportunities to grow, Unsolicited Architecture (according to Ole Bouman’s concept) can and should profit from them to generate a more prosperous one. The architectural act needs to be re-understood in a more ample

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the cemetery pays

In a context lacking clients, commissions and opportunities to grow, Unsolicited Architecture (according to Ole Bouman’s concept) can and should profit from them to generate a more prosperous one. The architectural act needs to be re-understood in a more ample

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“everything is linked”

SOMETHING FANTASTIC is about changing the world. But it is also a manifesto by three young architects on worlds, people, cities, and houses (authors: Julian Schubert, Elena Schütz and Leonard Streich, self-printed. Distributed by Ruby Press, Berlin 2010). Somewhere between

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“everything is linked”

SOMETHING FANTASTIC is about changing the world. But it is also a manifesto by three young architects on worlds, people, cities, and houses (authors: Julian Schubert, Elena Schütz and Leonard Streich, self-printed. Distributed by Ruby Press, Berlin 2010). Somewhere between

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the independent moment

An architecture competition can last at least for one month: insanely intense teamwork for a never-to-be-built concept. A very good friend of mine understands tattooing as the most optimal opposite: less than one hour dedication for a life-long built existence.

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the independent moment

An architecture competition can last at least for one month: insanely intense teamwork for a never-to-be-built concept. A very good friend of mine understands tattooing as the most optimal opposite: less than one hour dedication for a life-long built existence.

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collective (unsolicited) architectures

“I am an unsolicited architect. Despite our skill and experience in manipulating space and material, architects are incapable of addressing the needs of society unless we have first been explicitly asked to do so. The unsolicited architect tackles the big

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collective (unsolicited) architectures

“I am an unsolicited architect. Despite our skill and experience in manipulating space and material, architects are incapable of addressing the needs of society unless we have first been explicitly asked to do so. The unsolicited architect tackles the big

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counterfeit lanes

After asking for some tobacco at the entrance of some tiny old lane in Shanghai, an old couple sitting at the front door in the street lead us to a secret paradise. the lane is hardly 1 metre wide, and

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counterfeit lanes

After asking for some tobacco at the entrance of some tiny old lane in Shanghai, an old couple sitting at the front door in the street lead us to a secret paradise. the lane is hardly 1 metre wide, and

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