Docu-Dramas: Wolff Architects

Docu-dramas presents contemporary architects talking about their work, through the kinds of images they would normally exclude from a lecture: ordinary documents like contracts, budgets, estimates, SMS and chat messages, research and administrative files. Narrated, these dull objects can become evidence for the complex and contingent reality of architectural practice embedded in a messy world.

Wolff Architects was founded by Heinrich and Ilze Wolff in Cape Town in 2012 as a design office concerned with the practice of consequence through design, advocacy, research and documentation, and their work spans from small residential interventions to large public commissions. llze co-founded Open House Architecture in 2007, a transdisciplinary research practice which she continues to direct in parallel to Wolff, as well as pumflet, to publish interventions in the social imaginary. They have both taught and lectured internationally including in Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Japan and India.

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