The Verbandkammer by Nilsson Pflugfelder, a London- and Berlin-based architectural studio, looks like something that would be found on the set of a futuristic dystopian movie. The home of a psychopath or a freedom-fighting resistance group, it has an industrial bunker aesthetic that would suit an underground area perfectly. Made up of different compartments, this structure is meant to be very versatile. It can be a workspace, residence or both.
Invited by the FLACC Workplace For Visual Artists to participate in the European contemporary art biennial, Manifesta 9, the Verbandkammer by Nilsson Pflugfelder is specifically made with artists in mind. Comprised of 11 types of frames, 10 types of cladding and 40 separate modules, it encourages them to live for their art.
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