2007-2012 | Studio for Unsolicited ArchitectureRotterdam, the Netherlands

The Studio for Unsolicited Architecture is an experimental project initiated by the Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI) that explores ways in which architecture can play a meaningful role in resolving urgent social and design challenges. By creating alliances with other stakeholders and tabling design ideas, the Studio for Unsolicited Architecture attempts to resolve the deadlock facing many social and spatial issues. The designers’ ‘unsolicited’ idea is the starting point – the initial momentum for a project and a design solution with no client and no budget.

For the project outcome booklet, please see: Studio for Unsolicited Architecture (Final Booklet).pdf

For more information, please see: Studio for Unsolicited Architecture.

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