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It is timely within the Anthropocene era, more than ever before, to search for a non-anthropocentric mode of reasoning, and consequently designing. The Synthetic Landscape Lab, founded in 2017, has therefore been pursuing architecture as a research-based practice, exploring the interdependence of digital and biological intelligence in design by working directly with non-human living organisms.


The research focuses on the diagrammatic capacity of these organisms in the process of growing and becoming part of complex bio-digital architectures. A key remit is training architects’ sensibility at recognizing patterns of reasoning across disciplines, materiality, and technological regimes, thus expanding the practice’s repertoire of aesthetic qualities.


Outputs from our team have been exhibited internationally, at the Venice Architectural Biennale, at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, at Expo Astana, At the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo upon others.





Univ.-Prof. Dr. Claudia Pasquero, Dipl. Eng., MA AA








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