The Architecture of the Processional City

We’re guided by one principle: that architecture serves to reconcile two orders of space – the pragmatic and the symbolic. It’s this dialectic of function and meaning that enables buildings to act as the creative hinge between the private settings of everyday life, and the public spaces of civic events. We’re interested in architecture that is relevant to its place, socially interconnected, and above all, meaningful. This blog is updated by our collection of contributors derived from the work of the atelier.

Atelier VI, Manchester School of Architecture

See the work from the 2013/2014 atelier in Cosmograms + Pompeions:



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