New Generations explores the shift in architectural practice and the architectural firms that have emerged since the 2008 crisis.
The 2008 economic crisis had a severe impact on the construction industry worldwide, with many businesses going bust. However, after the initial shock, new players and practices began to emerge from the rubble, with many of these firms having since become some of the most successful actors in the market. The authors of New Generations have been monitoring and collecting positive examples since 2013, and have examined more than 500 emerging agencies and their work, which they have discovered through architecture festivals, cultural projects, and print and online publications.
In 2020, New Generations introduced a new element to its multi-faceted research: an online publishing platform that offers emerging creators that are connected to its network the opportunity to increase their visibility and share their ideas with a wider audience. The new book includes the best 95 of these, with a series of short interviews offering a closer look at the companies. This selection includes several regional actors such as Paradigma Ariadné, AuWorkshop, BUDCUD, and Chibik+Kristof.
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Source: Press Release