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Farshid Moussavi Architecture UCL grants Farshid Moussavi Honorary Fellowship in recognition of her distinguished career in Architecture and contribution to widening participation in architectural education and practice. FMA's video installation Separation and unity in a multistorey residential block for the Venice Biennale 2021 featured on Wallpaper*. FMA's video installation Separation and unity in a multistorey residential block for the Venice Biennale 2021 featured on AJ.

FMA's video installation Separation and unity in a multistorey residential block for the Venice Biennale 2021 featured on Swiss-Architects website. Farshid Moussavi's installation for La Biennale di Architettura 2021 HOW WILL WE LIVE TOGETHER? Farshid Moussavi, Inaki Abalos, David Goodman, with Jeronimo van Schendel as respondent in converation about The Enduring Importance of the Architectural Book.

German historian, curator and lecturer Ursula Schwitalla selects Farshid Moussavi as one of 36 internationally acclaimed women who have made their mark in the world of architecture.
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FMA is a London-based international architectural practice founded in 2011 by the award-winning architect Farshid Moussavi. Among its completed projects include the acclaimed Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland, USA; La Folie Divine, a residential complex in Montpellier; a multi-tenure residential complex in the La Defense district of Paris, flagship

In a 1977 lecture titled "How to live together", Roland Barthes asked: how distant from others must we keep ourselves to develop a sociability with them, whilst maintaining our individual freedom? Two years later, Pierre Bourdieu produced a stratified map of social space and argued that social capital is not uniformly available and depends on an individual

MOCA Cleveland is a contemporary art museum designed to serve as a public 'living room' in a cosmopolitan Cleveland neighborhood, and to act as a catalyst for creativity and growth for the city. Its twisting architectural form shifts from a compact hexagonal base to a rectangular roof, creating a new public plaza, a soaring atrium and a dynamic double

Our proposal for the Guggenheim Helsinki is an infinitely adaptable structure that both accommodates the diversity of art - now and its indeterminate future - in its very structure and composition, and mediates between the museum as a place for encountering art and the city of Helsinki without making the two seamless, or becoming a 'decorated shed'

The Torrevieja Municipal Theatre and Auditorium was commissioned as part of a larger urban infrastructure program intended to raise Torrevieja's profile beyond its status as a mass tourist destination. Located on a corner site of a block in the town centre, the project comprises a 650-seat theatre and auditorium and the redevelopment of the existing

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