— AN ARGUMENT RATHER THAN AN OBJECT —  WE CREATE AD-HOC INTERVENTIONS THAT CELEBRATE THE POSSIBILITIES OF APPROPRIATING SPACE. WE USE AN ARCHITECTURAL LANGUAGE THAT IS ACCESSIBLE AND CAN BE IMPLEMENTED WITHOUT A GREAT DEAL OF ADMINISTRATIVE EFFORT. THIS APPROACH AIMS TO MAKE PARTICIPATION EASY AND BREAK DOWN BOUNDARIES. WE ORGANIZE WORKSHOPS, CONCERTS AND PERFORMANCES IN UNUSUAL PLACES IN COLLABORATION WITH VARIOUS ARTISTS. WE USE INFLATABLE INSTALLATIONS AS A WAY OF ENGAGING A DISCUSSION ABOUT CURATORIAL PRACTICE, OPPORTUNISTIC URBANISM AND THE ROLE OF ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS AS PLACE-MAKERS AND PROVOCATEURS.





2023
BERLIN


2023
BERLIN

2022
FLOATING ROOFS STRUCTURES
BERLIN

2022
BERLIN

2021
BERLIN

2019
PARIS
RESIDENCY

2019
PORTUGAL
BIENNALE MAIA

2020
BERLIN
THF

2018

BERLIN/ HAMBURG

2018
FRANKFURT

2020
FRIBOURG
RESIDENCY

2020
BERLIN
ART WEEK

2015

COPENHAGEN
ARCHITECTURE FESTIVAL

2020

POLAND

2019
BERLIN

2017

BRANDENBURG

2019

BERLIN

2018

BERLIN

2018
BRANDENBURG

2014
BERLIN


AMAZE


Donutopia - 19 Students from the Department Design of the Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK) developed a narrative around the inflatable donut: a parcours that trains you in a playful way for dystopia. they take a look at possible dystopian futures and speculate on how climate change will influence and challenge our everydaylives.
- "ready for dystopia?" -


Currated by Thorsten Wiedeman, VR expeditionist and media art connector the AMAZE festival is a gathering spot for all geeks around the field of independent gaming. For this years A Maze festival 2018 we provided four interventions, that challenge the visitors perception in a spaceful and visual and playful way:
A Donut, a Maze, a Limitless Sky and a Dreamtent! 




The Maze
Selfiespot, gatheringspace and place to dissolve in the surrounding

photo: Jens Keiner


Limitless Sky
Stage design for the conference around the festival

photo: rainer sigl photos: Jens Keiner

Teatent
Take a deep breath and enjoy the relaxing athmosphere in the dreamtent. A place to take a break from the visual overflowing environment of the festival

photo: Jens Keiner
photo: Julian Dasgupta