— 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.

2022

BADETAL

BERLIN

2021
BERLIN
48 H NEUKÖLLN

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
GARBICZ

2019
BERLIN

2017

FORT GORGAST
FESTIVAL

2019

BERLIN

2018

BERLIN

2018
BRANDENBURG



CAMERA OBSCURA


in collaboration with JACK STUDIOS Copenhagen.

This project takes inspiration from the technique of photography as a first medium for the captured picture and later movie. Located at four different places in the city centre of copenhagen, the installation offers a very simple programmatic response to recognize and counter how a community can be linked physically. With the principle of the camera obscura, the pavilion projects the real-time scenery of the city of copenhagen.

The outside scenery is projected through a pinhole into the inner space of the pavilion. For the public to enjoy, it is the upside down analog`movie`,  telling the story of time and the perception of the present. The individual impression of the visitor is leading to a shared experience.

The structure is a triple mylar film system, a fabric that provides a waterproof, reflective and air tight exterior, a dual light effect and a soft tactile interior surface. The interior screen, softened with a white textile, is offering the visitor a place to rest, gather and enjoy an unseen view of the city.