- 31.01.2022

HEAD – Genève

Developed as part of the Master of Arts in Interior Architecture (MAIA) at HEAD – Genève, this series of theses explores the role of night in the development of contemporary cities and societies, challenging the obliteration of night in the construction of the architectural discourse and agency.


Ediciones Asimétricas

The publication Scènes de Nuit examines the role of night in the construction of contemporary cities and societies, illustrating how architectural theory and critique are still associated with sunlight and diurnal paradigms. The result of the eponymous exhibition held at f’ar Lausanne in 2019, this book reflects upon the spaces, activities, and media deployed in night culture, using available footage, imagery, and transcriptions as its main display platform.


Plan Libre N. 179

“Taking pictures by night is very difficult, because you only have 20 minutes, the sun’s going down, there’s a moment when it’s perfect, then it’s less perfect, and then you can’t do it, it’s too dark. Because you need to see the outline of the building.” Richard Levene, founder of El Croquis. Geneva, 2019