Designing for uncertain times with the architects of Assemble and BC Architects & Studies
with the architects of Assemble and BC Architects & Studies
|Participant(s)||Ken De Cooman|
May 1st, 2020,
between Paris, London and Bruxelles
This conversation with the architects from Assemble and BC Architects & Studies highlights the various structural and economic issues related to the creation and construction of buildings. Each of them proposes to question new perspectives and to set up practices in consideration of the environment, locality, living together and the sharing of knowledge in a more de-centralized and less competitive world.
In these uncertain times, the “architect” can become an activist by questioning old values and focusing on social impact.
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