Helena Sandman entices us to design with empathy and to create spaces that support loving connections.
Brandon Clifford guides us on a journey in the minds of prehistoric designers to unearth novel architectural approaches that address contemporary labor and climate crises.
Wanda Dalla Costa invites us into the affinities of Indigenous placekeeping to mobilize a more collaborative, plural, participatory, and interconnected approach to architecture.
Isabelle Ndoumy-Kouakou contextualizes ten contemporary African architecture practices and dispels the prevailing misconception that Africa is a homogeneous entity.
Deborah Garcia amplifies the overlaps of architecture and sound design to initiate a pulsing participatory party abounding with auditory affinities.
Lola Sheppard champions the role of architecture in rural and remote territories where considerations of environment, geography, colonization, and degrowth become entangled.
Andrés Jaque enacts a politics of architecture that is breathed, sweated, swallowed, digested, and climatized.
Matt Streid embraces structure to inform memorable architectural expression.