urbanity – identity – information
When all places get „un-places“, technological promises give cause to understand human experience as a series of banal action. We call this, the production of the „ambivalent space“.
Where we suddenly notice, that the benefits of technological effects have to meet with critical analyses – and not with the reactionary feelings of total fear or blind trust.
The understanding of architecture as the „hardware“ of living and working and the reinstating of open-space-sunshine-fresh-air concepts are the targets of this design.
Competition Central Association of Architects Styria “W+ Arbeiten und Wohnen im Informationszeitalter”