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CFAD20 - LIMITOGRAPHY: A Manifesto of an Extroverted Architecture

CFAD20 - LIMITOGRAPHY: A Manifesto of an Extroverted Architecture

LIBRARY ILLUSTRAZIONI is a cultural association born with the aim of promoting graphic research in Architecture, stimulating its cultural production up to the limits of the discipline.

At this critical moment in time, LIBRARY is promoting a special edition of CFAD to support the WHO (World Health Organization) in response to the Covid-19 pandemic through the “Solidarity Response Fund”.

“Call for Architecture Drawings” is a contest that focuses its attention on graphic research, through reflections and themes from current issues, literature, philosophy and other disciplines in dialogue with Architecture. Each participant is invited to produce an illustration aimed at representing a thought, or reflection on the main theme.

«Losing its limit, the border between public and private, what role does Architecture play? And vice versa, what form does the limit take in Architecture?»

Jury:
BENIAMINO SERVINO / CARLO PRATI / CONFORMI / EDOARDO TRESOLDI / ELISA C. CATTANEO / FABRIZIO SCLOCCO / FABIO A. FUSCO / GIULIA RICCI / IRIS LACOUDRE / LIBRARY ILLUSTRAZIONI / LUIGI PRESTINENZA PUGLISI

Download the information related to this competition here.

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Cite: "CFAD20 - LIMITOGRAPHY: A Manifesto of an Extroverted Architecture" 30 Mar 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/936579/cfad20-limitography-a-manifesto-of-an-extroverted-architecture> ISSN 0719-8884

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