The theme of this year's Philosophy Festival refers to the slogan that adorned the walls of Paris 50 years ago: Power to imagination (L'imagination au pouvoir).
Lecture in Dutch
For us, making models is to continue the tradition of making things with your hands. We also like to solve issues three-dimensionally and work directly with different materials and textures. We like building things slowly, layer by layer.
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Lecture and debate in Dutch
Style, then, rather than pertaining to something external to a building, manifests itself as the cluster of affects which make up that building and which determine how people experience it − both aesthetically and in their everyday activities.
For the NDSM project we initially started a think tank inviting a diverse group such as developers, architects, artists, squatters. We came together and started to think of alternative development strategies for cities.
Cleantech solutions are becoming more and more important in the transition towards a low-carbon economy. In this, the extraction and recycling of critical metals is essential. But what with the image of the material industry?
In This Rare Earth - Stories from Below, Justin Bennett presents Vilgiskoddeoayvinyarvi: Wolf Lake on the Mountains, a multimedia installation about the world’s deepest man-made hole on earth; the more than 12km deep Kola Super-Deep
In the context of Artefact 2018: This Rare Earth - Stories from Below Prof. dr.
The End of Sitting is social because it invites us to a negotiation of context; it makes us reconsider our routine behaviours and makes us ask “What is it that we are up to here?” It is design because in the negotiation it offers us new perspectives
Using unstable media the multi-talented group members have truly become masters of the unexpected.
Today’s increased complexity and entropy requires different spaces, organised around collaboration, co-learning, and synthesis. Insulated disciplinary typologies can be replaced by loose frameworks, compartmentalising to parts while remaining linked to a whole.
Peer-to-peer (P2P) is a way of producing whereby people create goods as equals, and use it communally - such as Wikipedia.
All too often, building in a climate neutral way is seen as a matter of materials and techniques.