What is radical today? | Royal Academy of Arts 6 Sep - 7 Nov 2019

August 27, 2019

40 positions on architecture
The Architecture Studio, The Dorfman Senate Rooms, Burlington Gardens
Royal Academy of Arts

6 Sep — 7 Nov 2019


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The 1960s and 1970s were tumultuous decades of political unsettlement and social upheaval. From the construction of the Berlin Wall and the French students’ riots of May 1968, to the Vietnam War and anti-nuclear protests, these years occupy a remarkable place in recent history. Radical ideas set out to unseat existing conventions and practices in various spheres of life, including architecture.


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Participants


Aaron Betsky and Jan Sobotka
Adam Nathaniel Furman
Alberte Lauridsen, EDIT
Andrea Branzi
Anna Heringer
Ateliermob
Bernard Khoury
Céline Baumann
Counterstudio
Denise Scott Brown
Dong-Ping Wong with Virgil Abloh
Francis Kéré
Gaetano Pesce
Giorgia Scognamiglio and Lorenzo Zandri, Unsent Postcard
Guillermo López, MAIO
Holly Lewis, We Made That
Ian Ritchie RA
Izaskun Chinchilla
Jack Self, REAL
Janette Kim, Urban Works Agency
Kate Macintosh
Kersten Geers and David Van Severen, OFFICE KGDVS
Liza Fior
Lucy McRae
Maria Smith, Interrobang
Mark Foster Gage
Matilde Cassani
Matthias Kohler, Gramazio Kohler Research
Nic Clear
Patrik Schumacher, Zaha Hadid Architects
Paul Allen and CJ Lim, Studio 8 Architects
Peter Cook RA
Phineas Harper
Public Works
Sam Jacob
Sevince Bayrak and Oral Goktas, SO?
Stephanie Macdonald and Tom Emerson, 6a architects
Teddy Cruz and Fonna Forman
Virginia San Fratello and Ronald Rael
Xu Tiantian, DnA Design and Architecture