The Internet has allowed for a disruptive decentralization of architecture production as well as the conversation that comes from this decentralization. New languages to express our ideas through images, photo essays, critical writing, visualization tools, multimedia platforms, and social media networks. We have selected some of these young practices that are taking ahold of the power that the Internet provides and making it their own.
Corpo Atelier | Portugal
Corpo Atelier is an architecture and art atelier focused on the exploration and expansion of architectural anatomy. The practice is based on the tradition of hand-made drawing and redrawing.
Form Found Design (FFD) | United States
Team members: Joseph Sarafian, Ron Culver, Steve Fuchs
FFD operates at the intersection of technology and nature. Their work bridges this gap, exploring advancements in robotics, material science, and project workflows.
Mínimo Común Arquitectura | Paraguay
Team members: Solanito Benítez, Verónica Villate, Sergei Jermolieff
Far from creating selective knowledge, Mínimo Común Arquitectura wanders in search of new approaches to the largest number of people. Building with materials and local labor is seen as an opportunity for us: we see endless possibilities to summon matter and material.
MoKim | South Korea + Japan
Team members: Hyunsoo Kim, Seongbeom Mo
MoKim is a Seoul-Tokyo based design studio, working in architecture, art, and urbanism, and seeking ideas for contemporary architectural and urban issues. They conceive architecture as a medium that connects us to the community and explores how it can inspire social engagement and improve living environments.
New Office Works (NOW) | Hong Kong
New Office Works creates projects that build upon the vocabulary accumulated “then” while satisfying the needs and desires of “now.” From buildings and interiors to art installations and furniture, each project encompasses an exploration of detail and material.
Noelia Monteiro | Brazil
ODDO Architects | Vietnam
Their work aims to improve our living environment and emphasize cultural backgrounds. They mainly focus on sustainability, implementation of greenery in cities, and community projects with the local spirit.
Salon Alper Derinbogaz | Turkey
Team members: Alper Derinbogaz, Egemen Onur Kaya, Pinar Komurcu, Emmy Bacharach, Ekin Cem Tumbek, Rana Irmak Aksoy, Enise Burcu Derinbogaz, Izel Besikci, Ezgi Isik, Bilge Zeyrek
Salon is an architecture practice focusing on tactical and experimental innovation in cities through architecture, art, interior design, and urbanism.
studiolibani | Lebanon
Team members: Dima Rachid, Leah Moukarzel
Their interventions fall on three core pillars —enhanced quality of space, social inclusion, and ecological performance— while valuing the notion of openness and exchange, with six collaborations across disciplines and geographies completed in only two years’ time.
Taller KEN | United States
Taller KEN (a cross-cultural mash-up of the Spanish word “Taller” for “workshop” and an English word “ken” meaning “knowledge”) is a New York and Guatemala based practice focused on playful design with social relevance.
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