Weekend Read via Archifutures
"Responding to our present condition and sorting out the mess requires no less creativity than drawing the future on a blank page. But it is a different kind of creativity. The incremental approach takes the present condition, however bad, as the only possible starting point. The pragmatic mindset reminds us that all we can wish for is a better version of what we have already. We can’t masterplan our way to a perfect future, but we can recognise the potential hidden in even the most difficult situations and help fulfill it." urbz pragmatically viewing the messy reality in architecture as it unfolds in an essey "No Future".
More at archifutures.futurearchitectureplatform.org/volum-3-the-site/no-future/
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Goddag! Due to some unfortunate last minute cancellations, there are some spots available now for our summer school - already kicking off this Saturday. If you or your friends are spontaneous enough for a last-minute sign up as well as have an interest in exploring the stunning landscape of the Danish west coast through film, this might be your chance! We are very lucky to stay and work in the most beautiful house Bjælkehytten - The Log House in Lemvig. It surely will be a great week!
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