Gathering scholars and professionals from different domains, Latitude is a platform strongly engaged in context-based research and design.
Latitude aims at understanding space in its multiple dimensions focusing on emergences, space-place issues, the everyday and the unexpected.
It takes works on well-established urban conditions and territories, as well as liminal physical and social contexts, experimenting with a wide range of tools for investigation and dissemination at the intersection between urban design and anthropology.
The platform’s research and practice-based approach produces visually oriented outputs, such as publications, exhibitions, artworks and other initiatives that involve the general public like workshops and seminars.
Latitude is a dynamic working group that collaborates with universities, design offices, civil society organizations, public institutions and artists.
Andrea Aragone, Andrea Bortolotti, Federico Broggini, Olivia Casagrande, Davide Cauciello, Marta De Marchi, Bruno Dias Ventura, Marta Finotello, Roberto Genna, Martina Gentili, Alessandra Marcon, Kewalin Num-In, Octavio Piñeiro Aramburu, Marco Ranzato, Riccardo Ruggeri, Fabio Vanin.
Sadhia Khan, Griet Lambrechts, Michiel Vanbalen, Cati Vilquin.
Smaranda Alexandresku, Lina Bentaleb, Valentina Bonifacio, Pauline Cabrit, Elena Calafati, Beniamino Casagrande, Viola Castellano, Simone Conz, Romina Cornejo Escudero, Caterina Dubini, Bianca Fanta, Chiara Ferronato, Federico Gobbato Liva, Roberta Marcolongo, Andrea Masciantonio, Talita Medina, Anna Penso, Aryani Sari Rahmanti, Stefano Reolon, Manoe Rouhe, Chloé Rouzerol, Thomas Stefani, Paolo Vanin, Luca Ventimiglia, Adrian Vickery Hill, Benoît Zachelin, Sabeha Zerouali.
Avenue des Arts
24, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
Rue Steens Straat
37, 1060 Bruxelles, Belgium