Franz Siebler

selected works

Santhi Children Home
primitivemycology
paramecium
collective living 
Licht Raum Modulator
Istanbul
Furniture
Parametric hut
NODE
visualconservation
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I am working at the
intersection of architecture,
design and art in both
analog and digital ways.

Currently I am doing my
Master at the University
of Arts in Berlin.

f.siebler@udk-berlin.de


Mark

Istanbul


A collection of works during my time in Istanbul




Fikirtepe Status Quo / 2016
Istanbul Teknik Üniversitesi

Fikirtepe is an illusive apparition. The defragmented wasteland is in a state between going and gone, as the bones of architecture taken on new forms to create spaces that are neither inside or outside, neither completely real or completely imagined, neither deserted or vivid.



This is an attempt to spotlight the remaining spaces, which people lived in and now live beside, until they clear the way forever.


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ARE WE HUMAN? / BİZ İNSAN MIYIZ? / 2016
Istanbul Design Biennale




Proposal for the open Call of the 3d Istanbul Design Biennale 2016
“Are We Human? / Biz insam miyiz? 

Strongly influenced by internet and mediaculture, the video installation questions the current state, where everything is designed, from our carefully crafted individual looks and online identities, to the surrounding galaxies of personal devices, new materials, interfaces, networks, systems, infrastructures, data, etc. 

  1. Design is always design of the human
  2. The human is the designing animal
  3. Our species is completely suspended in endless layers of design 
  4. Design radically expands human capability
  5. Design routinely constructs radical inequalities
  6. Design is even the design of neglect
  7. “Good design” is an anesthetic

In collaboration with my brothers Christoph and Johannes Siebler


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INCUBATOR / 2016
Istanbul Teknik Üniversitesi



INCUBATOR functions as a mixed-use structure, platforming cultural and educational institutions. 

Mark