Architecture of Appropriation2017
The squatting movement has played a major role in the design of the urban fabric and domestic interior, and continues to propose alternatives to dominant, market-oriented housing policies. Architecture of Appropriation acknowledges squatting as an architectural practice. The project analyzes six locations in the Netherlands through architectural drawings, interviews, and archival material to build up a record of past and current struggles, spaces, and oral histories, forming the basis for a new acquisition policy for the National Collection for Dutch Architecture and Urban Planning. Picture taken during the dismantling of the exhibition, of photo panels with pictures by Johannes Schwartz.