CFOA. anarchitecture. berlin.

Room installation.

A temporary living and sleeping landscape was installed in a 500 square metre flat warehouse for the “Camp for Oppositional Architecture”. Approximately 100 people stayed here overnight on vertically offset levels that were built out of stacked crates and equipped with mattresses, bunk beds and artificial lawn. Different lighting, plants and home accessories allowed the congress visitors to delve into different worlds according to their preferences. People who wanted to could continue to build onto the landscape construction and expand their horizons. After all, what are architectural conferences there for, if not that?

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