1. The Department of Ethical Design (TDED)

    December 13, 2021
    In a world where construction laws regulate all manner of things from the size of windows to the heights of balustrades and thickness of insulation, what they often lack is a requirement on moral conduct throughout the design process - in fact, the large-scale implications of our work (the work...
  2. Pet City - Exhibition

    June 19, 2021
    Pet-City is part of the exhibition Cohabitation organized by Arch+ in silent green from June 4 till July 4, 2021 in Berlin.
  3. Pet City - Magazin #36 Kulturstiftung des Bundes

    May 29, 2021
    Pet City is a visual essay in the Magazine #36 released by the Kulturstiftung des Bundes. The illustrations are part of TD’s research on the intrinsic relationship between humans and pets, highlighting its social, economic, and environmental impact.
  4. ultimate atlas - logbook of spaceship earth

    August 16, 2019
    With Ultimate Atlas, Theo Deutinger illustrates the basic data of Earth and its inhabitants to create a total portrait of the planet. How can we keep track of everything that happens on the Earth? How can we share this information with its inhabitants, despite their different languages and cultural backgrounds?...
  5. Independence Day 2019

    June 19, 2019
    Independence Day 2019 is an update from our 2014 version of Independence Day which shows the political landscape of Europe if all its current separatist movements succeed. As stated with the original map, all currently existing movements that have a flag and express their wish for independence in any way, are shown.
  6. State of Tyranny

    April 15, 2019
    How do we understand tyranny? Its global presence is felt and heard daily. It permeates news cycles, it defines the plots of television shows, and it has to be explained to our children. Tyranny defines contemporary culture, and though it is often talked about conceptually, its more subtle spatial manifestations...
  7. Mammut - Findings From The IKEA Civilisation

    April 14, 2019
    About 1200 years ago, the Earth was inhabited by it’s first globe-spanning culture: the IKEA civilisation. At the height of their existence, the IKEA population reached approximately 10 billion people - leaving no corner of the earth untouched by their influence, until now.Following news reports, that Dutch customs found and...
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