1. Lost Cities, Lost Empires

    August 20, 2009
    The decline of cities is of all times. However it is of utmost significance when this decline goes hand in hand with the decline of an entire civilization. Their disappearance remains sometimes a mystery, very often it is a result of war but also climate changes and natural disasters...
  2. On Hold, Hold On

    August 20, 2009
    ‘On hold’ is probably the most heard phrase in the past several months in architecture offices around the world. What might sound at first as a slight delay has had an effect similar to stepping on an active garden hose: either the stoppage is brief and the project jumps into...
  3. Sky High, Dow Low

    August 20, 2009
    In the history of modern capitalism, the direct connection between office towers and speculation is undeniable. Skyscrapers, as the most expressive typology of office buildings, are like amplitudes from glass and steel, reflecting the extremums at the stock exchange.
  4. Work Now

    June 27, 2009
    The project “World At Work” will be presented for the first time as physical machine in real space at the exhibition "Work Now" at the art center Z33 in Hasselt (Belgium).
  5. Visualisation Magazine Volume 2 – Circles

    May 18, 2009
    The Visualisation Magazine Volume 2 – Circles is released, showing a brilliant collection of visualizations. TD is happy to be published in the Visualisation Magazine with an updated and reorganized version of ‘High Rise’, a national skyline. Visualisation Magazine Volume 2 – Circles Visualthinkmap Chris Watson
  6. Kyoto Enters Into Force

    February 27, 2009
    The Kyoto protocol knows 147 countries as parties. 34 out of these nations are “Annex 1” countries which mean that they, by ratifying the protocol, are legally bound to meet quantitative targets for limiting their greenhouse gas emissions.
  7. High-Rise

    February 25, 2009
    Out of worlds 192 countries, 85 possess a building higher than 100 meter. Lining up the highest buildings of these nation-states, according to their geographical proximity, creates an impressive skyline. Producer: Theo Deutinger, Andreas Kofler, Johannes Pointl, Stefan Prins, Beatriz Ramo
  8. TD at Archilab Europe 2008

    February 25, 2009
    Archilab Europe 2008
  9. Private Waters

    February 25, 2009
    The tsunami of privatization in the 90’s and 00’s did not leave the fresh water supply sector untouched. In this sector people talk about the ‘Blue Gold’ and call it the top monetary investment of the future which makes people immediately suspicious about the integrity of these companies that...
  10. Vitruvius Killed by Water on Mars

    December 09, 2008
    With the discovery of water on Mars it turns out to be feasible to erect human settlements on the Red Planet. But where, what and how? Old rules like the ones formulated by Vitruvius more than 2000 years ago won’t work here anymore.
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