Our work focusses on four main areas:
Border Conditions: the role of borders in spaces of conflict and related issues of migration;
Territory / Infrastructure: the context and material conditions of architectural construct and form conceived as territorial entity;
Architectural Adjacencies: the discursive field of disciplinary ‘borders’ of architecture and the transgression of such borders; and
Modi Operandi: speculative and practical research on mapping, drawing and other advanced inventive techniques as the basis for architectural formulation.
The group cultivates disciplinary edge conditions, meaning it emphasizes a trans-disciplinary attitude and methodological approach that connects architecture to other related disciplines and fields of inquiry, such as human geography, engineering, aesthetics, critical theory, media studies, and the humanities and social sciences at large.