Long-term research and action.
Architecture of Peace is an international long-term research and action project in which a large number of stakeholders are involved. The project will consist of local case studies, interventions, university research studios, debates, publications and exhibitions.
In this research we explore and frame the implications of architecting space and society through digital technologies. From decentralised technologies to civic platforms, Architecture After the Internet explores these shifts through a series of publications, events and projects.
Archis RSVP Events are tactical interventions done all over the world. RSVP events address public space by means of pro-active critical experimentation and improvisation.
The project investigates the future impact of the new technologies upon the European urbanities. Developing concepts like smart city or smart community, the research seeks to reveal the future social and cultural mutations that tend to better valorize individuals and communities together with their human, creative and entrepreneurial potential.
‘To beyond or not to be’, our slogan over these years, has proven its relevance. By becoming the norm it’s topicality has been lost. It is time to move forward and take new directions.
In cooperation with local initiatives, Archis intends to establish a network in South Eastern Europe (SEE) and thereby to foster the exchange of knowledge and best practices, to integrate the issues discussed in international discourse on urbanism, and to support local initiatives.