[Sí] is a series curated by Marta López García where she wills to shed light on a twice silenced reality. The goal remains to recover and spread pieces of architecture displaced to the periphery; although this time focused on the work of female architects.
Northern Lights is a series curated by Biljana Janjušević, which has strong focus on the experience of the spatial manifestation of light in Scandinavian architecture, as well as carefully crafted detailing in wood as a traditional Nordic material. Sustainable aspects of vernacular architecture, being successfully translated in the contemporary architectonics, represent the other focal point of the research.
Obscured by Clouds is a series curated by Biljana Janjušević about architectural heritage of Balkans region, with emphasis on local interpretation of Yugoslav socialist modernism. The concept is fragmented into mini-series, depending on the state with an aim to raise awareness of lesser known architecture of Mediterranean region.
Right to Afford is a series curated by Angela Parra Sánchez–Moliní that aims to open a line of debate and criticism on the current situation of Social Housing through the investigation and analysis of a selection of so-called “Council Houses”, which emerged in London throughout the twentieth century. To extract a global vision of the Serie and not the study of isolated works, we will go to parameters not only purely architectural but sociological and urban.
Les Colonies de l’Oublie is a series curated by ZorA Lahlou, which has the idea to reveal what is today totally abandoned and forgotten concerning the Modernist Architecture in Morocco.
East of Eden is a series curated by Alexandrina Marinova where she attempts to explore the architecture on the eastern edge of Europe, most precisely, in Bulgaria, seeking an approach to the architectural phenomenon from a sociological and anthropological point of view.
Midwest Maniera is a series curated by Matthew Bellomy. Its attempt is to collate and expose some of the architecture generated within the Midwest Region of the United States. Once quite present within the discourse of architecture due to a few key-architects, it is now often forgotten, leaving behind an incredible legacy of architecture that exists outside the current dialogue.