Monthly Archives: November 2019

Dust and Data is out!

The fabulous architecture theorist and thinker Ines Weizman has edited the book “Dust and Data” that brings together a range of great authors and think pieces that scratch the Bauhaus, but really, address a series of urgent topics through architecture and its makers, users, maintainers and constructors. I have written a chapter on the Meisterhäuser […]
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Lecture at Nottingham Contemporary

Last week our collaborative Radical Pedagogies was invited to speak at the conference Architectures of Education at Nottingham Contemporary. I discussed the question of radicality and institutionalism with some of the amazing case studies from the project. Schools as site for architecture, architecture as site for education, and both as means toward change remain very […]
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