- Marika Neustupny
In this Thinking Room, we will attend to the parts of architecture we always need, but are likely to neglect: the services and systems we conceal and usher into corners.
Service routes are not just about engineering and efficiency – they are networks of moving elements that sustain our buildings and our lives. We will trace them through types and time, and look to their treatment, not as a nuisance to architecture, but as deeply connected with the human.
For Marika, the practical logic of services is considered as integral to performative and poetic spatial ensembles.