Harvard University Graduate School of Design (Harvard GSD) is pleased to name Marina Otero the winner of the 2022 Wheelwright Prize, a grant to support investigative approaches to contemporary architecture, with an emphasis on globally minded researc
Consistent with its trajectory, the work of OMA tries to capture the moment, the instant we happen to have right before us, which we contribute to giving form to but are ashamed to take on as our own, as happened with congestion, “mall-ification,” ju
“Architecture is not about space, nor about containment,” writes Andrés Jaque. “It is not possible for architecture to spatially contain the transscalar societal compositions where life, politics, knowledge, and interactions happen.” Many have looked
The ideas of Vitruvius have been questioned for some time. The figure inscribed within a perfect geometry sums up the worldview that since Leonardo has kept the human being at the center of existence, but on a planet of increasing degradation and ine
An exhibition at New York’s MoMA shows how, in Wright’s vision of the American city, density and dispersal were two sides of the same coin.
Los viñedos de una recóndita finca de la Provenza francesa son el escenario de una de las colecciones privadas de arte y arquitectura más importantes del mundo, atesorada por Paddy McKillen, y abierta al público recientemente.
Andrés Jaque / Office for Political Innovation Marina Otero Lucia Pietroiusti (ed.)
Nieuwe Instituut - 500 Pages
Marina Otero René Boer Katía Truijen On Squatting as Spatial Practice
Marina Otero Nick Axel
Hatje Cantz - 320 Pages
Marina Otero Francisco Díaz Nina Valerie Kolowratnik Marcelo López-Dinardi
New York 2014
GSAPP Books - 110 Pages