The research focus into evaluating the capabilities and interconnections among new materials and traditional ones, alongside exploring construction techniques towards more efficient and sustainable adaptation to contemporary tectonic paradigms.
Our objective is to establish a coherent path between design experimentation and construction practices, integrating industrial production with bio-materials; theory education; and utopia and reality.
We advocate for a substantial reform of the construction economy across academia and industry, involving designers, builders, and supply chains. Our work spans diverse levels, ranging from the analysis of materials and construction techniques to the broader contexts of the landscapes from which these innovations emerge.