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Great day of reviews/crits for our principal Matteo Cainer at the University of Creative Arts, Canterbury school of architecture. Rob Nice studio ‘Pretty Vacant’ Once upon a civic space.
Matteo Cainer is lecturing at AUB, on his Academic, curatorial and practice work and research. Swarm Thinking: Analogue relations and hidden connections.
Initial sketches for our new project the 'Reel House', a transformation of a house in Louisville, Colorado United States.
We are LIVE with our new website, designed by Australian graphic design studio Design by TOKO and developed by Ingrid Kennedy.
Opening tonight of the exhibition Architecture is Everything 1968-2018 at Spazio Campo at 19:00. The show is a result of a workshop curated by Luca Galofaro and Marco Galofaro with students working with contributions from various architects. Participants included our principal Matteo Cainer, Minimaforms, LAN, ecoLogicStudio and many more. The reinterpretation of Hollein’s manifesto proposed by Matteo was: Brutal Beauty - 'Everything has beauty, but not everybody sees it' (Confucius), it was illustrated through a photograph of the object itself and a short text. The exhibition will stay open for the next 10 days and then will possibly be travelling to other locations.
Matteo Cainer has been invited to contribute to the 4th edition of the annual Workshop and Exhibition at CAMPO: 'Architecture is Everything'. For this year’s edition we will work with Hans Hollein’s manifesto 'Everything is Architecture' to turn it upside-down, producing 'Architecture is Everything'. Each contributor will give their reinterpretation of Hollein’s manifesto by selecting an object and describing the world – real or imaginary – that has produced it through a photograph of the object itself and a short text.
Matteo Cainer Jury member for the AAG Final Presentations week. In the final presentations of the MAA second year thesis project Studio Climatic Matter led by Jordi Pages and Lluis Viu on the studios MAA01 'Digital Matter' of Areti Markopoulouat and 'C-BIOM' of Marcos Cruz at IAAC campus