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Alejandro Aravena

Providencia, Santiago, Chile
born 1967, Santiago de Chile

Alejandro Aravena graduated as an architect from Catholic University of Chile in 1992. He continued his studies of Theory and Art History in IUAV in Venice. In 1994 he established his own practice, Alejandro Aravena Architects. From 2000 until 2005, he taught at Harvard University, where he..

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Collectif Aman Iwan

Paris, France
est. 2015, Paris

Founded in 2015, Aman Iwan is an interdisciplinary collective, exploring social issues about territories and their populations. It aims to share knowledge and research about these territories – including through their bi-annual publications – in order to build a network on different scales. This..

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a.gor.a architects

Mae Sot, Thailand
est. 2012, Mae Sot

a.gor.a architects aims to learn from traditional thai architecture so that it could represent an attractive alternative to more common (un)architectural solutions. Given the steady pace of development and the increasingly spread use of cheap techniques -i.e. concrete not correctly deployed-,..

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Kwel Ka Baung schooling project is supporting and educating around 450 migrant children in Karen Community of Mae Sot on the Thai-Burma border. The current school location became under scrutiny when the current land owner decided not to extend the lease for the school ground after May 2014. To..

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Critical Concrete

Porto, Portugal
est. 2015, Porto

Critical Concrete is a project space that mixes a socio-cultural space and architectural experimentation in Porto. The concept is based on the synergy between popular formats and critical minds at the cutting-edge of artistic production and urban research.

Our ambition is to provide an..

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Annik Keoseyan

Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico
born 1990, Mexico City

Annik Keoseyan is an architect and researcher with a particular interest in the creation of architectural narratives from experimentation. Her latest project uses feminism as a methodological tool to improve poor living situations in social housing.
Her work has been published in KooZarch,..

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Fables and Constructions

Prague, Czech Republic
by Martina Freitagová, ...

Mosaic of fictional reports covering experiences and stories by imaginary users of the selected architectural projects from Future Architecture Creative Exchange

How would the future life turn out, were the submitted projects made real? Partly inspired by the unconventional and personal..

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