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An Atlas of Commoning: Places of Collective Production

Commoning is a process of negotiating differences and conflicts between the individual, the community and society. It is a process that involves the spatial organization of the relationships between production and reproduction, ownership and access to resources. An Atlas of Commoning unfolds a network of ideas for a concept of commoning that aims for solidarity and emancipation, one that doesn’t bring individuals into line within the community but turns the unique, the different, and the special into decisive qualities of togetherness.

Berlin 2013/1983

Berlin 2013/1983 is at once artist book, extraordinary architectural guide, and a radical addition to the discourse on architecture and urbanism in Berlin.

Planetary Urbanism: The Transformative Power of Cities

Bilingal publication of the competition entitled “Planetary Urbanism”, which was launched in 2015 as the second „Critique of the Present“ competition after the first competition „Out of Balance“ in 2012.

Legislating Architecture, English Version

Legislating Architecture, a collaboration with Arno Brandlhuber and Tobias Hönig, investigates how law creates design, as well as the inverse: can design be applied to the pre-architectural realm? A report from architecture’s legislative front.

Release Architecture: Incidental Space, English Version

Release Architecture, a collaboration with Christian Kerez and Sandra Oehy, takes off from the spatial intervention in the Swiss Pavilion. How far can we push the boundaries of architectural space? A report from architecture’s speculative front.

Get Real! Architectural Realities, bilingual

Germany's contribution to the 14th Biennale of Architecture in Venice, curated by the commissioners Alex Lehnerer and Savvas Ciriacidis, is the point of departure for this issue of ARCH+.

The Klotz Tapes: The Making of Postmodernism, bilingual

Klotz’s deeply personal perspective and his trenchant depictions of the major events and architectural figures of the late 1970s and early 1980s add up to a fascinating making of the postmodern movement.

Post-Oil City – The History of the City's Future, English Version

At a time when more than half of the world’s population is living in cities, the effects of climate change on urban life can no longer be ignored.

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