Buildings are living entities. As a mindscape for the structuring of materiality, an interaction between humans and the elements. They have an inner echo and a resonance, vibrancy; they are a landscape of mediated temperatures ranging from the individual to the collective refractions, energies and interconnections of life. Our research focuses on matter and sensory perception.
From the Venice Biennale and Milano Triennale to Tokyo, Istanbul, London, S. Paulo, Prague, Lisbon, and many other places and institutions such as Cornell University in the United States, our architecture and ideas have earned us invitations to exhibit, publish, lecture, teach, and curate exhibitions. It received nominations for the EU Mies Awards and other international honours, resulting in widespread coverage in the New York Times and other publications around the world.