1. Green Fortress

    July 25, 2017
    Nothing is more deceptive than human preconceptions, one of the more persistent being that beauty is good and ugly is evil. Today there is hardly anything that can compete with our image of nature as something good and beautiful.
  2. Bunker Busters

    February 23, 2017
    Contemporary warriors are retreating more and more from the battle field and exchange guns for computers like the one this article is written with. But unlike me, these warriors are sitting in maximum security installations like bunkers.
  3. Flat-pack kindergarten

    January 17, 2017
    Over the past three years TD developed a flat-pack pre-fabricated construction system that takes advantage of the unique properties of cross laminated timber (CLT). The system is extremely space and cost efficient, flexible, sustainable and allows for fast construction.
  4. Slaughter House

    October 03, 2016
    1,3 Billion Chicken Wings are munched away by Americans just for the event of Super Bowl. Thus it should come to no surprise that in order to satisfy our appetite for meet, worldwide 6.000.000 chicken have to be slaughtered every hour, as well as several million cows, pigs and sheep.
  5. Social City Beta

    August 02, 2016
    TD, commissioned by droog, developed "Social City Beta". A first proposal for a future city based on all the dreams and desires of city dwellers worldwide taken from an extensive poll of the socialcities.org platform.
  6. Free Entry

    August 01, 2016
    Let’s imagine the earth as a large house, a palace. This palace would be divided into 198 rooms, called nation states. This is not a lot of rooms, if one considers its vast surface and its 8 billion inhabitants.
  7. Open Set Symposium

    July 29, 2016
    Theo Deutinger presented the project "Believe, Know & Feel" and took part at the discussion during the symposium "Memories of the Future" organized by Open Set in Rotterdam.
  8. Human Race

    June 03, 2016
    Since the introduction of the steam locomotive in 1804, the acceleration of human speed has for a very long time been the prime focus of infrastructural developments. A major bifurcation occurred in the 1840s with the invention of the electrical telegraph, which disconnected the speed of the message from the...
  9. Europe in Africa - Mail Online

    June 02, 2016
     Sara Malm from Mail Online wrote an article about our project "Europe in Africa" featuring images of the projects and an interview with Theo Deutinger.
  10. Europe in Africa - The Washington Post

    June 01, 2016
    Adam Taylor from The Washington Post wrote an article about our project "Europe in Africa" featuring images of the projects and an interview with Theo Deutinger.
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