“Good architecture should create differentiations rather than objectivity and should be courageous enough to be untimely.” This is how architect Gion Caminada describes a purposeful practice of architecture. By means of his most long-durational project, he explains to Philip Ursprung the principles of his architectural endeavors. Caminada shares his thoughts on migration, the requirements of a mountain community, and the conflict between nature and culture.
“Certain processes simply take a long time, others are of short duration. They should last as long as it seems necessary.”
– Gion Caminada