Philippe Rahm

Philippe Rahm's lectures chronicle his thinking since 2002, which can be considered a crucial part of his practice. The lectures also intersect with an interesting period in architecture. It was during this same time that Eyal Weizman launched his Extraterritoriality exhibition at KW in Berlin, proposing that architecture was an expanded spatial apparatus rather than a mere object or building in space. Rahm was beginning his work on climatic typologies, proposing architecture’s program be guided by temperature instead of activity, and Schweder La brought architectural practice into the space of the gallery, proposing that architecture could be built and rehearse as a form of exhibitionism.

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Philippe Rahm, Interior Weather, Environment: Approaches for Tomorrow Gilles Clément/Philippe Rahm exhibition at Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal, 2006. © CCA