Didier Fiuza Faustino, Bureau des mésarchitectures
This publication brings together experimental projects around an urban fiction, Antibodies, a condensation of utopias and realities, which questions the identity of architecture and the place of the individual in his dialogue with the collective space...
Didier Fiuza Faustino, born in 1968, has been carrying out between France and his country of origin, Portugal, installations, videos and projects for the public domain, while leading his career as an architect. Award winner at the New Albums of Young Architects exhibition in 2002 (with his "Bureau des Mésarchitectures", founded together with Pascal Mazoyer in 2001), and exhibited on several occasions at the Venice Architecture Biennale, Faustino questions the body in its perceptive, social and political dimension, plunging it into a state of instability. His deliberately cross-disciplinary approach explores the chinks between public and private space, between political and architectural space. If some of his projects are pure experimentation, others are actually in process of being implemented, such as a house for an artist.
This publication brings together experimental projects around an urban fiction, Antibodies, a condensation of utopias and realities, which questions the identity of architecture and the place of the individual in his dialogue with the collective space. The clean drawings, diverted from their functional destination, take us back to a "technological design" running in neutral, in a Potemkin space, a building up of deceptive appearances and media-covered realities.
- 35,00 €
- Language(s): English, French
- Nombre de pages: 128
- Couleur(s): four colours - 100 illustrations
- Type de reliure: soft bound
- Dimensions: 1 × 24 × 30 cm
- Poids: 900 g