For the second time we organized a workshop for the festival Meziprostor in Czech republic. This year we chose to repurpose discarded materials for a small contemplation space.
An exterior staircase accesses two separate apartments located in the upper floors of this family house. Continue reading “two flights of stairs”
This spatial structure was constructed with participants of the Meziprostor festival, during a three-afternoon workshop. Continue reading “ffw building workshop : bivouac”
Outcomes of the Architectural Machines workshop (DigitalFUTURES 2020), tutored by Alessio Erioli, work conducted in collaboration with Alexandre Atamian.
In the scope of discrete aggregation we have explored a way how to work simultaneously on at least two different levels of scale a structure that encloses and creates space (referenced to a scaffolding) and the material inside that articulates this rather generic space (referenced to a pipe
system). Continue reading “digital futures workshop : multiscalar aggregation”
“World is more than a problem that needs to be solved”. Scenography for the exhibition reacting to this quote from Pope Francis’ encyclical letter Laudato si. The exhibition took place in spaces of fransican order in the heart of Prague and was open to public as part of Take Care festival (autumn 2019). Continue reading “take care : 2019”
Refracted memories hanging in the void space. Continue reading “marie dvořáková : refrakce paměti”
Take Care festival is a result of a dialogue between the artistic platform Karavana and the members of fransiscan order based in Prague. Several works of Czech visual artists, lectures and performances were reacting to the Pope Francis’ appeal from his second encyclic, Laudato si, “On care for our common home“. In collaboration with graphic designer we developed visual identity for this event. Continue reading “take care : 2018”
Weakness as something worthwile. We have spent five days discussing, designing and building plydome structures on our Digital Autumn Workshop 2016, organized by our Zero-Order architecture design collective and studio Basics. Our participants were architecture & civil engineering students and graduates from University of Pisa and Politecnico Milano.