aVOID was part of Bauhaus Campus, an experimental tiny house village hosted inside the Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum of Design in Berlin from august 2017 until march 2018. Twenty designers, innovators, refugees as well as individuals from the cultural scene and the startup community are invited to create together a new model for a more equal society. Living inside their own designed tiny houses, they have the chance to test it in reality. aVOID was the only Italian structure which was selected to participate to the exhibition.
The artistic experiment is curated by architect Van Bo Le-Mentzel and developed in collaboration with Tinyhouse University, an heterogeneous collective based in the same city which aims at rethinking social neighbourhood in a creative way.
aVOID marks in the context of Bauhaus Campus a new typology in the “tiny house movement”: the row house. The small mobile home only opens windows to the gable ends and therefore enables the use of tiny houses in a row, which opens the possibility for new temporary city planning strategies.
aVOID was also exhibited at AEDES Berlin, Pinakothek der Moderne Munich, Odeonsplatz Munich, Bauzentrum Munich, Hochschule fur Gestaltung Ulm, ZHDK Zurich, Oesterreicherplatz in Stuttgart, Milano Design Week at Piazza Castello, MAXXI Rome, Università Roma Tre Rome, Goethe-Institut Rome, Podere Sant’Anna in Radi (Siena), Salone del Camper Parma, Centro Arti Visive Pescheria Pesaro, Piazzale Collenuccio Pesaro.