Qui ne dit mot consent comes back with the topic of Craftsmanship.
This second issue was launched on December 05, 2013, along with the lecture of the Parisian collective, Ciguë.
Q 02
ARTISANAT
CRAFTSMANSHIP

ISBN 2268-7742

05.12.2013
64 pages
210 x 297 mm
Texts in French
600 printed units
Including 50 numbered and limited edition

€ 5.00
BOOKSHOP


  • 00 - Ciguë
  • Rencontre avec le collectif Ciguë
  • 01 - INCHFurniture
  • Products
  • 02 - Hélène Thébault
  • Souviens-toi d'où tu viens et tu sauras où tu vas
  • 03 - XII, Julia Bourcault & Jérémy Thomas
  • Artisan d'art
  • 04 - Atelier Oslo
  • Kroppsrom
  • 05 - Laure Veyre de Soras & Magali Michaud
  • Tryptique
  • 06 - Dominique Gauzin-Müller
  • Voralberg : un nouvel Arts and Crafts au coeur de l'Europe
  • 07 - Amaury Poudray
  • Rozmowa
  • 08 - Fabio Gramazio, Matthias Kohler, Jan Sebastion Willmann
  • Revisiter l'âge artisanal. L'affect et le ratio dans la production architecturale digitale
  • 09 - Solène Veysseyre
  • La trace de la main
  • 10 - Atelier Sarah
  • L'artisanat comme source de référence
  • 11 - Yannick Hoffert
  • Penser par le faire, re-déployer des singularités situées et partagées
  • 12 - Raphaël Kadid
  • Conception pratique

INTRODUCTORY LECTURE
A HISTORY OF MAKING
CIGUË

Ciguë, established in 2003 by six partners architects (Camille Bénard, Hugo Haas, Adrian Hunfalvay, Erwan Lévêque, Guillem Renard et Alphonse Sarthout), is a collective of about twenty collaborators, structured around two companies, one architectural office and one of cabinetmakers. The generative and instinctive ambition of this project is to tackle construction as a continuous process, from design to execution, and to explore other models of dialogues between trades and skills. Playgrounds that are presented to them today spread from objects to buildings.

Each scale change is a challenge to this work process and causes many crossings and mutations of ideas and practices allowing to address these questions with another eye; design a building such as a furniture and conversely, design an object as a space. In 2012, Ciguë was awarded by the French Ministry of Culture and won the “Album des Jeunes Architectes et Paysagistes» (AJAP) prize.

INTRODUCTORY LECTURE
A HISTORY OF MAKING
CIGUË

Ciguë, established in 2003 by six partners architects (Camille Bénard, Hugo Haas, Adrian Hunfalvay, Erwan Lévêque, Guillem Renard et Alphonse Sarthout), is a collective of about twenty collaborators, structured around two companies, one architectural office and one of cabinetmakers. The generative and instinctive ambition of this project is to tackle construction as a continuous process, from design to execution, and to explore other models of dialogues between trades and skills. Playgrounds that are presented to them today spread from objects to buildings.

Each scale change is a challenge to this work process and causes many crossings and mutations of ideas and practices allowing to address these questions with another eye; design a building such as a furniture and conversely, design an object as a space. In 2012, Ciguë was awarded by the French Ministry of Culture and won the “Album des Jeunes Architectes et Paysagistes» (AJAP) prize.

01
GRAM
  • Coming soon
    Early 2017

Q 03
FANTASY – FANTASME
  • 10.06.2015
  • 112 pages
  • 189 x 245 mm
  • Texts in French
  • 600 printed units
€ 10.00
BOOKSHOP
Q 01
LEGACY – HERITAGE
  • 05.03.2013
  • 64 pages
  • 210 x 297 mm
  • Texts in French
  • 600 printed units
  • Including 50 numbered and limited edition
€ 5.00
SOLD-OUT