In this research we explore and frame the implications of architecting space and society through digital technologies. From decentralised technologies to civic platforms, Architecture After the Internet explores these shifts through a series of publications, events and projects.
Architecture and technology developed on their own, not too much aware of each other’s existence. Archis/Volume will be working with a large group of international partners with the aim to bridge the design and tech communities both on the level of practice and theoretical discourse.
The Learning Network is determined to collaboratively take on the gathering, unearthing, analyzing, flipping, scrutinizing, disseminating, contesting and spreading of knowledge that is essential to address and cope with the urgencies of our changing societies.
Architecture of Peace is an international long-term research and action project in which a large number of stakeholders are involved.
Archis RSVP Events are tactical interventions done all over the world. RSVP events address public space by means of pro-active critical experimentation and improvisation.
A project that investigates the future impact of the new technologies upon the European urbanities.