TABLES. LINES. RUINS. BY MARINA OTERO VERZIER

During the successful 2020 Creative Exchange, Marina Otero Verzier, architect and director of research at Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam, reflected on the applications from the Future Architecture 2020 Call for Ideas and shared her view on the future of architecture. We are delighted to announce the Annual Reflection Summary by Otero Verzier; now available online. Be inspired by her fresh and thought-provoking insights about architecture. 
Enjoy Otero Verzier’ observations on Future Architecture in the captivating interview below: 

Marina Otero on Future Architecture Platform

Besides the interview with Marina Otero Verzier, you can find many other inspirational videos on the Future Architecture Platform website. Examples include an interview with Matevz Celik, the platform’s leader and director of MAO Slovenia, about how the Future Architecture Platform has changed in 5 years. Alongside this, the newest member Fani Kostourou from Theatrum Mundi explains why they wanted to join the Future Architecture Platform. Furthermore, get excited by the 25 selected creatives that present their ground-breaking ideas. And last but not least, watch the Video Lectures of all the creative minds that took part in the CEx2020 and enjoy their meaningful presentations at MAO Slovenia.

Update 2020 European Architecture Programme
Whilst we are still happily looking back at the successful 2020 Creative Exchange at MAO Slovenia in February, Future Architecture Platform is also planning ahead. Currently, an international health crisis is affecting the entire world. Future Architecture Platform is monitoring the developments regarding the outbreak of COVID-19, together with our beloved platform members all over Europe.Unfortunately, the outbreak has consequences for the 2020 European Architecture Programme. This means that instead of announcing the full calendar of the program today, we’re currently reviewing all activities and, together with our members, we are creating a new schedule by exploring the possibilities of shifting the public events-based programme to more virtual activities. It is hard to predict how the situation will develop in the upcoming period, but we will continue to follow this closely and keep you updated as much as we can. Make sure to check the programme on the Future Architecture Platform website regularly for the latest status updates. For now, we hope you all stay safe and let’s connect over our love for architecture.