A Moving Border: Alpine Cartographies of Climate Change

Authors: Andrea Bagnato, Marco Ferrari, Elisa Pasqual

Design by Studio Folder

978-1-941332-45-0 (Eng.)


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National borders are always produced through cartographic and historical narratives – but global warming is now challenging established ideas of territory. Italian Limes was a project by Studio Folder to survey in real time Italy’s alpine boundaries, which are moving as a result of glacial reduction. The book builds on the project by compiling primary documents and commissioned essays.

With a foreword by Bruno Latour and contributions by Stuart Elden, Mia Fuller, Francesca Hughes, and Wu Ming 1.  

Public events: BerlinNew York, London, Milan, Rotterdam, Monti Sibillini, University of Warwick

Rights of Future Generations: Propositions

Edited by Adrian Lahoud and Andrea Bagnato

Associate editors: Edwin Nasr, Jumanah Younis, Kasia Wlaszczyk, Suneela Mubayi, Bekriah Mawasi

Design by Morcos Key


Propositions is the second volume in the Sharjah Architecture Triennial’s editorial program. A global group of authors and activists examines the themes of intergenerational rights, decoloniality, memory, and diaspora.

With original contributions by Nadia Abu El Haj, Ariella Aisha Azoulay, Houria Bouteldja, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Denise Ferreira da Silva, Alia Mossallam, Moad Musbahi, Jasbir K. Puar, Françoise Vergès.

A visual section contains extensive documentation of the 2019 Triennial, with artwork by Michael Oswell and photography by Satoshi Fujiwara.

Rights of Future Generations: Conditions

Edited by Adrian Lahoud and Andrea Bagnato

Design by Morcos Key

978-3-7757-4703-5 (Eng.)

978-614-486-032-8 (Ar.)

In the face of the climate crisis, architecture has a fundamental role: to imagine new forms of coexistence. Conditions is the first of two books produced for the inaugural Sharjah Architecture Triennial, which opened on November 9, 2019. Twenty-seven essays, written by the exhibition participants, chronicle sites of resistance, struggle, and emancipation around the world.

The editorial programme for the Sharjah Architecture Triennial also includes an exhibition guidebook, and an online series collectively edited and published.

Public events: Sharjah

The State of the Art of Architecture

Edited by Joseph Grima, Sarah Herda, Andrea Bagnato, Irene Sunwoo


The inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial opened in October 2015, featuring the work of over one hundred architects and artists from around the world. For the book, the curatorial team commissioned 86 dialogues between the exhibition participants and leading cultural figures from outside architecture. The resulting collection is a unique cross-section of the concerns, positions, and histories that shape contemporary architecture.

SQM: The Quantified Home

Edited by Space Caviar (Joseph Grima, Andrea Bagnato, Tamar Shafrir)

978-3-03778-453-2 (Eng.)

A book charting the changing role of the home at the moment of its extreme financialization. It features 21 newly commissioned essays, infographics, and short fiction.

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Public events: New York, London

Forensis: The Architecture of Public Truth 

Edited by Eyal Weizman, Susan Schuppli, Shela Sheikh, Francesco Sebregondi, Thomas Keenan, Anselm Franke

978-3-95679-011-9 (Eng.)

Forensis explores different notions of spatial evidence, and the possible role of architecture within legal, political, and humanitarian contexts. It is the compendium of the first four years of Forensic Architecture, a research group based at Goldsmiths, University of London.