As a tool to question customs, Eff’s work is not to look at but to experience. Using medium as graphic design, sound landscape and moving images, sculpture or spatial design, their practice is based on theoretical research and exploration of performative bodies. Thematics such as nomadicity, hacking, order, and chaos are used to explore interactions (between living organisms, culture, technologies) within power structures. > more
Furnitures, public architecture, videos.
An archive of human cognitive sensoriality.
index of ) movement
Furnitures, public architecture, videos
5 chairs as an archive of human cognitive sensoriality
Graduation thesis, publication
Explore the tensions of belonging to a group, through identity, chaos and control
Costume, public architecture
A modern stone-age kitchen made of rocks
Movable living home
Space dividers that don’t obstruct human’s access to dignity
Imagination and interpretation in architecture’s systems of representation
Humans are requested to feel small in front of an unleashed nature
Active discovery that pushes the visitor to be lost again
Public architecture, game
Game to hack the city and play with the architecture
index of ) static
Pavilion, posters, signage
Enhancing architecture by reusing its archetypes, and achieve an inclusive space
Novel, film, stage design
Decentralize narratives about the collapse from human perspectives
Is interaction in the new media still a conversation?
An emotional interaction of shapes that questions our own subjectivities
Graphic identity, signage
Exhort alternative language and senses
index of ) collection
Possessing, trashing, emptying spaces
Research on the globalised architectures
Daily sketches of urban patterns
Exploration of geometrical patterns in nature
Is humans spectator or maestro?