Minimaforms was founded by brothers Stephen and Theodore Spyropoulos as an experimental art, architecture and design practice. Using design as a mode of enquiry, the studio explores projects that can enable new forms of communication. Embracing a generative and behavioral approach the studio develops open systems that construct participatory and interactive frameworks that engage the everyday.
Experimental art, architecture and design practice.
“They are an elusive source of creative energy inhabiting a supremely productive oeuvre that is a model, an example to all of us, that the questions is far more important than the answer.”
Their work has been acquired by the FRAC Centre, the Signum Foundation and the Archigram Archive, and has been exhibited at MOMA, Barbican Centre, Onassis Cultural Centre, Detroit Institute of Arts, ICA, Beijing and Prague Biennale. They have published books that include Adaptive Ecologies: Correlated Systems of Living (2013), Enabling (2010) and forthcoming Behavior (2017).
Minimaforms will be exploring how public involvement in their process could enable new ways of thinking and making whilst in residence at the studios.