africa

From emergency to emergent design

Catastrophism prevents the western world from understanding the potential of the African continent: the capillary and very widespread talent for self-organization. From which we have a lot to learn

What can we learn from Africa?

The pandemic has challenged social and economic structures of the wealthiest part of the planet. The time has come to redesign. And from the South of the world we can learn resilience, the ability to coexist with major crises, and the activation of a different ecology

From emergency to emergent design

Catastrophism prevents the western world from understanding the potential of the African continent: the capillary and very widespread talent for self-organization. From which we have a lot to learn

What can we learn from Africa?

The pandemic has challenged social and economic structures of the wealthiest part of the planet. The time has come to redesign. And from the South of the world we can learn resilience, the ability to coexist with major crises, and the activation of a different ecology

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Josef Albers (1888-1976) was a German artist who worked in the Bauhaus at Weimar. In those years his works attempted to disrupt the static character of painting, to bring out the instability of forms through repetition of abstract geometric modules, making use only of primary colors, in keeping with his motto: “minimum means, maximum effect.”… View Article

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Josef Albers (1888-1976) was a German artist who worked in the Bauhaus at Weimar. In those years his works attempted to disrupt the static character of painting, to bring out the instability of forms through repetition of abstract geometric modules, making use only of primary colors, in keeping with his motto: “minimum means, maximum effect.”… View Article