Maximillian Nowotka


edited by Francesco Ciotola

Maximillian Nowotka is an architect, researcher, and independent curator who explores the boundaries between architecture, design, politics, and landscape. In 2009 he founded the platform for architecture dissemination IAC (Iberoamérica, Arquitectura y Ciudad) and in 2012 he stablished the architecture studio MAAN in Venezuela.
He has been invited to the XII São Paulo Architecture Biennale in 2019, the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2016, the Ibero-American Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism BIAU São Paulo in 2016, the Panamerican Architecture Biennial of Quito in 2016 and 2018.
His work has been widely published in various medias and magazines such as Arquine, AU in Brazil, Harvard Design Magazine and Architectural Record.
He is currently part of the Arquine editorial team and of MEXTRÓPOLI International Architecture and City Festival based in Mexico.

Paisajes Imposibles

Impossible Landscapes is a series of images that transgress the conception of reality through the speculation of landscapes aesthetic. This speculation consists on relocating urban and domestic spaces to places and scales that are different from the ones they were originally designed for, thus becoming impossible.

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