Architecture Out of the Closet


THE DOM (Le Corbusier x Hans Hollein), a mashup by <a href='www.instagram.com/thequeerarchitect'>The Queer Architect</a>,  © Le Corbusier, Dom-Ino, 1914; Hans Hollein, Travel Agency, Vienna, 1978

THE DOM (Le Corbusier x Hans Hollein), a mashup by <a href='www.instagram.com/thequeerarchitect'>The Queer Architect</a>, © Le Corbusier, Dom-Ino, 1914; Hans Hollein, Travel Agency, Vienna, 1978

Architecture can be many things, also queer. Alongside many other transgressing words that carry different meanings and perspectives, this term triggers new insights into society and questions how we create architecture and urban planning projects, including their programs and activities. If there is any statement about how architecture should be done, if there is any conviction about what it represents, we wish here to avoid knowing what it is and be able to question its traditions to broaden the profession, its meanings, and social representation.

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