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  • Reprogramming the City: An interview with Curator scott Burnham

    Have you ever envisioned how one might re- purpose a parking machine or a utility storage box? How about using billboards to distribute fresh water?  Or perhaps getting a healthy dose of ultraviolet light at the bus stop during those harsh, dark winter months? Reprogramming The City: Opportunities for Urban Infrastructure a new exhibition at the [...]

  • Playing with circles, curves, and SO-IL

    (The following architecture review is written and edited by Zenovia Toloudi) When looking at the recently awarded Antwerp Province Hall proposal, by the international, NY-based, SO-IL founded by Florian Idenburg and Jing Liu, one wonders for the function of circles and curves: is it iconicity or social engagement they serve for? Maquette for Antwerp Province Hall. Courtesy: [...]