What's in the making... Architecture with architects II | Otherwhere
What’s in the making…II is the second in an ongoing series that aims to show the extensiveness that is ‘architecture’ and to posit a definition - or were we defying the possibility of a definition? - of what it means ‘to be an architect’ today. This publication, and this group of 9 architectural studios does not consider architecture as a built end product – four walls and a roof, or even, simply, something that can be built– but rather as the idea of it. A conceptualisation of the creative and explorative process that results in the act of design. More importantly, they all represent a different ideology, method and approach – while all of them, of course, exemplify a distinct definition maybe not of what is architecture, but of what it means to be an architect. Yet is the extreme diversity of these projects, like their key identities, part of looking for an answer to current complications? Do these young architects experiment and research simply because they can, or because they aim to build on the foundations of the future?
With projects by OMMX, Tomas Dirrix, Norell/Rodhe, Fosbury Architecture, Veldwerk Architecten, Nicolas Dorval-Bory Architectes, FIRMA Thorup + Skov-Carlsen, Dyvik Kahlen Architects and FAKT.
With an introduction by Julia Gersten and Kay Brugmans
136 pages softcover
14cm x 20cm
Printed on a RISO RZ1070E in black and orange, hand bound and numbered by Otherwhere. Full-colour pages (4/4) and cover printed and laminated by Raddraaier in Amsterdam.
Published by Otherwhere
Edition of 70