The exhibition in the Matadero in Madrid is not about what the city is, but about what it can be.
The densification of the “Settelen” site in Basel grants the site 2.500 m2 open spaces,
strengthening the nature of a built heritage dating from the horse-drawn carriage era.
The landscape of the housing cooperative Lyse-Lotte consists of a garden of 500 m2 within the new district of Lysbüchel Süd in Basel.
The display at the Royal Academy of Arts in London brings together visions on how architecture can respond to today’s rapidly changing world.
The proposal for the Moselle’s bank in Bernkastel-Kues transforms a 2.3 ha parking space into a public space, revealing the potential of the infrastructure to become a public amenity between river and historical town.
The exhibition at the architecture gallery VI PER in Prague opens a post-anthropocene space and challenges the belief that matter and intelligence should be dissociated, regarding flora as more than a mere commodity.
Dreieck Klybeck is a 2 ha pilot project in Basel to create an innovative and inclusive neighbourhood in the heart of a transformation field.
The installation in the international university campus in Paris displays a cabinet of curiosities favouring a non-compliant aesthetic.
The Klingental renovation in Basel and the relocation of the exhibition space to the church choir provides the opportunity to reinforce its relationship to outdoor.
Queerness in nature can be found everywhere. This ongoing investigation explores the little known, disregarded, and rare intimate behaviour of the botanical world.