Christoph Korner, chair of the Interior Architecture Department, at Woodbury University’s School of Architecture co-authored Architecture Activism.
The book documents ten projects by GRAFT that specifically address social problems and societal needs around the globe in which architecture is used as a means of actively fostering the development of livable places and environments. Among them is SOLARKIOSK, a self-initiated project that empowers people in off-grid communities by bringing clean energy and light into darkness.
All Architecture Activism authors are Nora Zerelli, Christoph Korner, Wolfram Putz, Lars Krückeberg, and Thomas Willemeit. The preface is written by Cameron Sinclair.
Find out more about the book by visiting the GRAFT website.