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    - stable ~ unstable
 

faizzohri@gmail.com
+65 845 12879 (Singapore)

Faiz Bin Zohri is a practicing landscape architect driven by the interconnections of urban public spaces, landscape histories and a re-generative ecology. He studied "Man & Public Space" at the Design Academy Eindhoven and holds a Permaculture Design Certification from Bumi Langit Institute, Jogjakarta.

Stable Unstable is a design practice in public spaces and landscape architecture. It is driven by the idea that everything natural and man-made are constantly interacting, influencing, and adapting to each other. Sometimes these actions are stable. Sometimes it is unstable.

 

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Selected activities:

spatial
_2017 - The East Coast Land Declamation Project Of 2026 (Spatial proposal)
_2017 - An Off-grid Autonomous Water System (A Common Ground, The Substation)
_2017 - Street Report: Nap Bridge (Every Move You Make, Institute Of Contemporary Art SG)
_2017 - Street Report: The Canvas & The Rope. (Passing Town, B.NU Space)
_2016 - SG Farm Archifest 2016 (TANAH)
_2016 - Street Report: Sg Road Self-Cast Hook. (Post Museum's Survey, The Substation)
_2014 - Proposal For Walk Across Two Mangroves (Tebrau Straits)
_2010 - Kamillestraat 3 More Months, NL.
_2010 - Input/Output installation (GLOW Forum of Light in Art & Architecture, NL)
_2009 - Gate for De Blokhut, Netherlands (with Linda Bruinekool)
_2009 - Sun-Predictor, NL

talks
_2017 - Sungei Road Market: A Future For Street Culture Heritage (Singapore Heritage Society)
_2016 - Sympathy For The Everyday Spontaneous Public Actions, Archifest 2016 (TANAH)
_2016 - Visualising Paradise 01, 02, 03 (Center for Religious & Cross-Cultural Studies, Universitas Gadjah Mada / ETH Future Cities Lab / The Substation)

publications
_2012 - City As Attraction / Landscape As Attraction (contributor)
_2012 - Kermis in the Landscape, NL
_2008 - Disappear: A Guidebook To Short Periods Disappearance

others
_2016-2017 - The Co-Op experiment (A Common Ground, The Substation)
_2016-xxxx - TANAH collective
_2016 - Working with Art-Led People-Centered Processes Conference;
iFIMA / Brack/ Asia Center Bangkok (Respondant/Participant)

 
 

 

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