Animalesque City Roundtable
Watch the Animalesque City Roundtable live event of February 4, where our jurors address topics related to the competition.
See the Animalesque archive website to learn more about our previous projects and our agenda.
VOGUE the animal issue
Vogue Italia just launched an animal issue, and Animalesque is in it, as part of an article by juror Emanuele Coccia. Quite fashionable, ain't it?! (in Italian)
The oldest forms of story-telling about human/animal coexistence are probably represented in prehistoric cave paintings.
The Bee Garden
The Bee Garden was a long-term research and prototyping workshop, developed in a series of phases by students from the Sustainable Planning and Urban Design Institute of TU Berlin.The aim was to transform the AEDES yard into a Bee Nesting Garden to enhance urban pollination, by incorporating a bees colony and a series of hanging nesting structures.
In Indian Hindu mythology, animals and humans coexist and mix into fascinating creatures, so-called liminal beings.
Urbanism of coexistences
Download the ARQ article by Animalesque here and learn more about our projects and approach.
Podcast: Regenerative City
Dr. Jan Wurm of Arup speaks with Florentin Steininger of Animalesque and Professor Tobias Wallisser about the meaning of nature and biodiversity in future cities. (In German)
A short film about the intense 8 hour hunt on a kudu in the African savanah. Where persistence and respect are key. (Fragment of Attenborough life of mammls/BBC)
Animalesque contributing to the Animal Architectures event of AA School, addressing the role of the architect in designing animal architectures or spaces that are beneficial to all species.
Juror Emanuele Coccia in conversation with Animalesque's Jorge Godoy, about coexistence between different species. Download the full article as published in ARQ.
Zoo of the Future
Have a look at the zoo of the future website: "It is about time we review the way we look at animals. And what better place to look at animals than the zoo? By looking at human-nature relationships from a number of different perspectives we develop a number of (counter-) proposals for the non-human habitats in the contemporary zoo".