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The Alumni of N.A.W. 4
e-flux Architecture is proud to announce a collaboration with alumni from the fourth cohort of New Architecture Writers, an intensive year-long progra...
Tomorrow's Myths
Federico Campagna
Thus, Ibn Tufail claimed, all true philosophers are born: by looking around and inside themselves, and then translating their observations into practical abstractions that can guide their lives.
Tomorrow's Myths
Serang Chung
In 2086, without precedent, a great, discretionary power was granted to the organization for the Decarbonization Initiative. People from all walks of life united by a shared vision temporarily put aside their main professions and sat down at the roundtable.
May 27, 2023
e-flux Architecture
Lecture by Felicity D. Scott
May 26, 2023
Korean Pavilion at the Venice Biennale
2086: Together How?
May 26, 2023
Institute of Architecture at the University of Applied Arts Vienna / MAK – Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna
Generations—perspectives in computational design

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