New Generations: A Selection of Young Emerging Practices

New Generations: A Selection of Young Emerging Practices

New Generations is a European platform that analyses the most innovative emerging practices at the European level, providing a new space for the exchange of knowledge and confrontation, theory, and production. Since 2013, New Generations has involved more than 300 practices in a diverse program of cultural activities, such as festivals, exhibitions, open calls, video-interviews, workshops, and experimental formats.

New Generations has launched a fresh new media platform, offering a unique space where emerging architects can meet, exchange ideas, get inspired, and collaborate. Recent projects, job opportunities, insights, news, and profiles will be published every day. The section ‘profiles’ provides a space to those who would like to join the network of emerging practices, and present themselves to the wide community of studios involved in the cultural agenda developed by New Generations.

ArchDaily and New Generations join forces! Every month ArchDaily will publish a selection of studio profiles chosen from the platform of New Generations.

fabulism | Berlin, DE

Ecological thinking

Fabulism - Imagined realities, © fabulism
Fabulism - Imagined realities, © fabulism

With a name inspired by a genre of fiction novels, fabulism is a landscape and architecture practice based in Berlin founded by Giulia Pozzi and Mirko Andolina in 2016. We get into how their practice began out of a thirst for experimentation to their current challenges of bringing in ecology into the way they practice.

HPO | Ferrara, IT

Hyperconnected province

02. HPO - hpo laserhut, ©Andrea Bighi.jpg
02. HPO - hpo laserhut, ©Andrea Bighi.jpg

HPO Collective took shape in 2017 around the Architecture Faculty of Ferrara. The collective was born out of a state of boredom, later growing into an extracurricular parallel activity organised around weekly meetings at 21h00. With a studio space that can be found only on Whatsapp, HPO are redefining what it means to be an architectural collective.

Jakob Sellaoui | Vienna, AT

Global practice

03. Studio Jakob Sellaoui - A big circular opening invites natural ventilation and frames the garden of Meson Nadi by Studio Jakob Sellaoui. © Studio Jakob Sellaoui
03. Studio Jakob Sellaoui - A big circular opening invites natural ventilation and frames the garden of Meson Nadi by Studio Jakob Sellaoui. © Studio Jakob Sellaoui

Studio Jakob Sellaoui is an architectural practice based in Vienna and was established in 2016. Starting with a hotel commission in Nicaragua, the practice has grown internationally, carrying out projects in Austria, Japan and the United States. Currently, the studio, even through its space, aims to find a balance between work and daily life.

GG-Loop | Amsterdam, NL

A biophilic approach

GG-LOOP - The Seed of Time, Altamura, Italy. © Michael Sieber.jpg
GG-LOOP - The Seed of Time, Altamura, Italy. © Michael Sieber.jpg

GG-loop is an architectural practice established in 2014 in Amsterdam by Giacomo Garziano. The office works within an international network, deriving its strength from an interdisciplinary approach. They work on different scales, ranging from urban planning to industrial design. GG-loop is also involved in art projects, such as installations, digital sculpture and immersive performances, embracing various creative fields.

Orizzontale | Rome, IT

Friends before work colleagues

orizzontale_YAP Maxxi 8 1-2 © Alessandro Imbriaco
orizzontale_YAP Maxxi 8 1-2 © Alessandro Imbriaco

Orizzontale is an architects’ collective based in Rome, established in 2010 by Jacopo Ammendola, Juan Lopez Cano, Giuseppe Grant, Margherita Manfra, Nasrin Mohiti Asli, Roberto Pantaleoni and Stefano Ragazzo after a period of incubation of ideas. Today their work is a collaborative practice across the fields of architecture, urbanism, public art, and DIY practice.

F.A.T. | Zürich, CH

Architecture through discussion

F.A.T, On Automaton, Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa. © Andrea Saccavini
F.A.T, On Automaton, Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa. © Andrea Saccavini

F.A.T. is a horizontal teaching-learning program, based in Zürich and founded by Fabio Don and Marco Zelli, based on an open debate about fundamental topics concerning architecture. With a nomadic attitude to workspaces, their meetings revolve around a “jour-fixe” that helps them maintain an overview of their various activities.

CIRCOLO-A | Genoa, IT

Growth plan

CIRCOLO-A, The Swing’, © Anna Positano
CIRCOLO-A, The Swing’, © Anna Positano

CIRCOLO-A was founded in 2015 in Genoa by Simone Ierardi, Gabriele Molinelli, and Valentina Penna after years of working together in Italy. They are growing their professional network while surviving in the middle of the reality of the profession, juggling multiple meetings with clients, the municipality, constructors while simultaneously dealing with budgets and deadlines.

If you would like to get featured in the studio profile section, visit newgenerationsweb.com and fill the ‘Join the platform’ form.

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Cite: New Generations. "New Generations: A Selection of Young Emerging Practices" 05 May 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/938781/new-generations-a-selection-of-young-emerging-practices> ISSN 0719-8884
orizzontale_YAP Maxxi 8 1-2 © Alessandro Imbriaco

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