The River

The River transforms human, urban and cultural movement into data and then creates new movement through its architecture. It flows over the lobby of a Cultural Centre in Athens, mapping and feeding back change from inside and outside the building. The River is a 110m long frieze carrying an embedded, programmable, transparent LED display. Integrated with projections, touchscreens and furniture in a continuous material structure with a series of architectural plug-ins, the River broadcasts images, words and information, directs movement from the City to the Stage, generates encounters and creates collectivities through touch. The River is both hardware and software; virtual and physical; interactive - digital and analog - fluid, solid and discretely luminous. It introduces and activates architectural forms and interfaces between dynamic events - the crowd, performance, traffic or atmosphere - and their representations - shape, notation, light, images and words - in the Arts and Letters. The River tells linear and non-linear stories.
ROCK II
Santozeum Museum, Santorini GR
Design/Built, Public Installations
ROCK II
DEPRESSION ERA THESSALONIKI
State Museum of Contemporary Art
Design/Built, Public Installations, Storytelling
DEPRESSION ERA THESSALONIKI
Depression Era Athens
Kolektiv8 | Benaki Museum
Design/Built, Public Installations
Depression Era Athens
Depression Era Brussels
Kolektiv8 | Bozar, Centre for Fine Arts
Design/Built, Public Installations, Storytelling
Depression Era Brussels
The House of Stories
Odense City Museums
Public Installations, Storytelling, Sustainable Commons
The House of Stories
Drip II
Mayor of London, Victoria Park, London UK
Design/Built, Public Installations
Drip II
The River
Onassis Cultural Centre, Athens GR
Public Installations, Storytelling
The River
Kapnergati Square Area
Municipality of Kavala, GR
Public Installations, Sustainable Commons
Kapnergati Square Area
Rock I
Santozeum, Santorini GR
Public Installations, Sustainable Commons
Rock I
Out Here
Storytelling, Sustainable Commons
Out Here
Private, Writer, Geneva CH
Storytelling
GreekWineWorld.net
Mmove Project, EU
Storytelling
Mobility Toolbox.eu
Modular Assemblies Seaside
Out of the Box Intermedia, Hydra GR
Sustainable Commons
Modular Assemblies Seaside
Webpage for a Politician
MEP, EU
Storytelling
Webpage for a Politician
Benedict Canyon
Private, Berverly Hills CA
Design/Built, Residences
Benedict Canyon
Patissia Island
Ministry of Environment, Athens GR
Public Installations, Sustainable Commons
Patissia Island
Drip I
Green Design Festival, Syntagma Square, Athens GR
Design/Built, Public Installations
Drip I
Nikis Square
Municipality of Kozani, GR
Sustainable Commons
Nikis Square
Parco Solare 2020
Region of Calabria, IT
Public Installations, Residences, Sustainable Commons
Parco Solare 2020
Elika Gallery
Elika Gallery
Design/Built, Sustainable Commons
Elika Gallery
Dreamgrove
Byzantine Museum, Athens GR; HKSZ Biennale, Hong Kong CN; the WWW
Design/Built, Public Installations, Storytelling
Dreamgrove
The Hidden Wall
Oliaros SA, Athens GR
Residences, Sustainable Commons
The Hidden Wall
WPA! Strip Interface
CityLab UCLA, Los Angeles CA
Public Installations, Storytelling, Sustainable Commons
WPA! Strip Interface
30m2 Studio
Private, Athens GR
Design/Built
30m2 Studio
Private, Architect, Athens GR
Storytelling
Smyrlis.gr
Scorponeri Garden City
Proteus SA, Boetia GR
Residences, Sustainable Commons
Scorponeri Garden City
Twin Peak City
Metropolitan Government, Seoul SK
Sustainable Commons
Twin Peak City
Eclipse
Storytelling
Eclipse
Catch the Light
Public Installations, Storytelling, Sustainable Commons
Catch  the  Light

Creative Statement

Our workshop explores public space in the Mediterranean Metropolis.  It also explores the networked city.  Places of negotiation, difficult diversity and coincidence, transforming into dense, seaside, disastrous, wondrous and hypermediated Crisis Landscapes. There, we make Public Installations, Digital Storytelling, Sustainable Commons and Extreme Comfort Residences.  We often look to archetypes -  the Agora, the Monument, the Garden.  We try to reach a mass audience through design. Our images and texts navigate this changing city.  Our architecture and interfaces are design-built to withstand it.  Not as forts, but as windmills.