Artists: Võ Trọng Nghĩa Architects, DesignBuildBLUFF, Emerging Objects, Husos Arquitecturas, ZAV Architects, CCA Architectural Ecologies Lab, Practice Architecture, People’s Architecture Office, Stephanie Chalthiel/MuDD Architects, MUD projects, Abeer Seikaly
Exhibition title: Houses That Can Save The World
Curated by: Courtenay Smith and Sean Topham
Venue: Kunstraum München, Munich, Germany
Date: June 16 – July 31, 2022
Photography: All images copyright and courtesy of the artists and Kunstraum München
From the USA to Latin America, Europe to the Middle East, Asia to Australia and beyond, there is nothing short of a home design revolution underway as we all face the challenges of our Anthropocene era: climate change and polluting plastics, global migration and its accompanying geopolitics, rapidly expanding cities and an ageing population. A worldwide movement embracing symbiotic and sensible design solutions is underway that is redefining our understanding of the place we call “home.” These are sustainable housing models that demand big changes to the way we imagine and build our homes today. Participatory and mindful, these new home building tactics link together knowledge from myriad fields to create dignified and sustainable forms of habitation for a healthier tomorrow.
Featuring Võ Trọng Nghĩa Architects (Vietnam), DesignBuildBLUFF (USA), Emerging Objects (USA), Husos Arquitecturas (Spanien), ZAV Architects (Iran), CCA Architectural Ecologies Lab (USA), Practice Architecture (UK), People’s Architecture Office (China), Stephanie Chalthiel/MuDD Architects (France/Spain), MUD projects (Netherlands), Abeer Seikaly (Jordan)
The exhibition is based on the book of the same name that is being published by Thames & Hudson, London, in September 2022.