a-small-lab by Chris Berthelsen. Based in Tokyo & Mairangi Bay
with Adaptable Futures
Working on low and high-tech research, design, exhibition/event, intervention and web/publishing projects with the UK-based Adaptable Futures
"unpacks adaptability in detail looking at the complex web of dependencies that induce, hinder, and accommodate change. The research asks what can we learn from history - how have buildings been designed for adaptability and how have they been appropriated? It highlights layers, time, and context as primary dimensions regarding adaptability."
**FIXing for Adaptable Futures
A collaborative project involving contributors from diverse countries.
Using my FIXing Tokyo
study as a starting point the project explores the implications of frugal DIY for engineering and architectural practitioners and organisations.
> Project website HERE
**Adaptable Futures Exhibition in London
||A series of collages on the topic of adaptability with each collage providing a different perspective on the topic, framed around a frequently asked question. The collages provide a glimpse into the array of research that the Adaptable Futures group has conducted over the past four years.
> MORE images and details on the Adaptable Futures Website