AbstractThe architectural work of Takk creates a space to reflect on the intersections, divergences, and overlaps between nature and architectural production. Takk uses drawings and models that transport users to superb imaginaries without gravity or gender, with an ephemeral plasticity that give way to timely speculations and concerns. The interview discusses the architects' intentions for the subversion of gender, the crisis of ornament after Modernism, and European architecture's task today.
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