Brussels, Belgium

Dogma was founded in 2002 and is led by Pier Vittorio Aureli and Martino Tattara. From the beginning of its activities, Dogma has worked on the relationship between architecture and the city by focusing on urban design and large-scale projects. Parallel to their design work, the members of Dogma have intensely engaged with teaching, writing, and research: activities that have been an integral part of the office’s engagement with architecture. For the past few years, Dogma has developed through multiple projects and studies on the transformation of domestic space. The work of the office has been widely published and exhibited. In 2006, Dogma has won the first Iakov Chernikhov Prize for the best emerging architectural practice. In 2013, on the occasion of the exhibition Dogma: 11 Projects in London, the first monograph on the work of the office was published by AA Publications.

DOGMA, Communal Villa, Production and Reproduction in Artists’ Housing, Berlin 2015