For Planetary Governance
A special project by The Terraforming and Strelka Mag
Venkatesh Rao on a technological sublime for the Anthropocene.
Recommended literature from The Terraforming team.
Emanuele Coccia examines the new artistic culture of video games.
Meet the new lecturers and experts contributing to the final cycle of Strelka’s The Terraforming design research program.
Nikolay Erofeev on the legacy of Soviet standardized architecture and its implications for the future of architectural practice.
Alice Bucknell on game engines, speculative fiction, and interspecies futures.
27.09, For Planetary Governance
Aly Ogasian and Shona Kitchen interrogate the dissolution of nature and artifice on an accidental island lodged between a Floridian lagoon and the Kennedy Space Center.
22.09, For Planetary Governance
Marianna Charitonidou on the relation between the Europe-wide unfolding of arterial highways and the process of planetary urbanization.
Federico Campagna looks at play and its ability to imagine an altogether different reality.
An interview with Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli, Liza Dorrer, Giacomo Ardesio, Dasha Nasonova, Erica Petrillo, Vladimir Nadein.
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A recreational complex in a pine forest.
Using mycelium to open up new possibilities in art and architecture.
Venetian plaster and a concrete staircase sculpture.
06.09, For Planetary Governance
A cinematic video essay by The Terraforming researchers Adonis Leboho, Alisa Silanteva, Assem Hendawi, Kristina Shalygina
The grand prize winner will be announced on September 7 at the Future Architect conference.
The second stage of voting, which will last until August 31, will decide the three winners.
An overview of the final projects of the second year of Strelka’s The Terraforming design research program.