The exhibition 'The Housing Question' will open tomorrow at the HWK in Berlin; our friends Dogma are part of it with a 1:1 prototype of a living unit. The unit is a fragment of the urban villa prototype they developed for the Realism Working Group, an association of German artists who are looking for new working-living solutions for freelance workers. If you cannot visit the exhibition in Berlin, you can still buy the book here http://www.spectorbooks.com/#communal-villa-production-and-reproduction-in-artists-housing (unfortunately it's not published by us!). The urban villa is a very interesting proposal, both architecturally and in terms of economic strategy, as it is meant to represent a pressure group able to rethink flexible housing 'within and against' the current market. The architecture of the unit itself is really beautiful: an open-plan area is flanked by a service core made of wood which contains services, storage and the bed. Part living wall, part studiolo cabinet, the service core is reproduced in the installation at the HKW. Don't miss it (spoiler: the bathroom is painted in the most stunning intense azure and it can be fully opened to take a leisurely bath in your own private tub. Really beautiful).