Urban and Social

The social and political agenda of design, and its role as a catalyst for change, is deeply related with a new understanding of the urban condition. This part of the exhibition is an exploration of the networks, both analogue and digital, that emerge from situations based on a relational approach, reinforcing the urban empathy and interactions between all its members, with the aim of transforming the living conditions of a group of citizens.

id title author
002 Crea.tu Eduard Tió
010 Eindh Made—0 Miles Production Andrea de Chirico
014 Native Products Papairlines (Vasso Asfi, Costas Bissas, Loukas Angelou)
020 Speak Salone Architectural Field Office
027 Souzy Tros Art Canteen: The Embassy Maria Papadimitriou, Yorgos Rimenidis, Ilias Karniaris
031 Collective Dictionary Campus in Camps
032 Free University IRA-C Interaction, Research & Architecture in Crisis Context
033 The Summer School for Applied Autonomy Valentina Karga
034 Self-Fashioning Escape Objects Maria Papanikolaou
035 The Homeless Vehicle Krzysztof Wodiczko
036 Nidar—Without Fear Mahafrin Rustomjee
038 The Character of Bread Louisa Zahareas
039 AKTINA* City Index Lab & Energize
040 FabAthens D. Papalexopoulos
041 Crafting Neightbourhoods Sevgi Ortac, Asli Kiyak
042 #OccupyGezi Architecture Architecture for All
043 Aigaleon 639 AREA—Architecture Research Athens
044 Conversion+ SMALL—Soft Metropolitan Architecture & Landscape Lab
045 Improvised City Errands Group
046 Sleeping Area Antonas Office
047 Temple of Holy Shit Collective Disaster
048 Emergency Commons Maritina Koutsoukou
049 Traces of Commerce Haris Biskos, Martha Giannakopoulou, Clelia Thermou
050 Friction Atlas La Jetée (Paolo Patelli, Giuditta Vendrame)
F01 Under the Umbrella MAP Office
F02 Suujin Maintenance Club RAD
F03 Sí Se Puede Pau Faus
F04 Romania Enterprise #norma (Maria Draghici, Ioana Paun, Andra Popescu)