OpenHAUS is a collaboration between two architects, Tania Davidge and Christine Phillips. Although founded by architects, OpenHAUS is not a practice focused on the production of buildings—it is a practice interested in the culture of architecture.
Through the creation of writings, public art projects, exhibitions, workshops and architectural events, OpenHAUS aims to draw attention to the spaces we use every day.
OpenHAUS is interested in the ways we experience architecture and the possibilities the built environment holds, its projects explore the layers—social, cultural, political, historical and experiential—that connect us together as communities.
Photo by John Gollings