Regenerating Communities through Architecture
In her presentation at YBCA100 2019, June Grant demonstrates the studio's perspective that In-Law Units are a sustainable means to economic and social conservation of endangered communities.
Open and collaborative, Blink!LAB is a small research-based multi-disciplinary practice bridging between economics, architectural form, urban design, industrial design, furniture and fabrication.
Architecture is about people. At blinkLAB we investigate the transformative potential of space, through Design, Advocacy + Technology. Our belief is that it is the very wall that reflects our socio-cultural values about the future.
Our focus is spatial transform through design, urban advocacy and technology exploration. Because we are designers committed to new forms of knowledge through making, we prefer to situate ourself in the middle of catalytic design - where new challenges and emerging opportunities are addressed through integrated-thinking and design.
CELEBRATING "THE HILL"
The Apalachicola "Hill" design guidelines A multi-disciplinary cultural planning initiative for the historic African-American community of Apalachicola, Florida.
URBAN DESIGN, ARCHITECTURE, COMMUNITY REGENERATION, ECONOMICS
COME TO YOUR CENSUS: WHO COUNTS IN AMERICA?
blink!LAB architecture is honored to be included in this groups of artists, activists, creative people committed to change through ART IN ACTION's initiative at the YBCA.
MAR 27 - JUL 31 2020, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco.