Art —
  1. OBI
  3. Deterrent Designs
  4. Dear Spartacus
  5. War on Cash
  6. Would you like to complain?
  7. Social Design Team

Applied Urbanism — 
  1. Invisible Social Dimensions
  2. 1st Urban Playground
  3. Das andere Möbel
  4. Hassling Hasselaar
  5. Still Only Human  
  6. Metabolism
  8. Eco Label
  9. Museum of Pacific Arts

Research — 
  1. Publications

Info —
  1. Virginia Lui is an artist, social designer and researcher. She holds an MA in Social Design and BA in Architecture. Lui’s works pivots between design – mostly for social innovation – public art and theory. She works in site-based performance, text, photography and drawing with the emphasis on artistic research. Much of her work can be categorised as Socially-engaged Art.
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9. MG Polis

The cities of the twenty first century have transformed themselves into a living pathogen that is perpetually infecting and polluting our natural environment leaving a permanent blemish on the skin of our planet. Blobby is likewise to a pathogen’s motion but contrary to its function. It is an architecture that steers away from the right-angled form to an anthropomorphic language that involves the seamless organic expression of forms. It is a biomorphic form of density and wit that celebrates nature and its surroundings. 

Like a growing bacteria, a blob, bubble, even blotch, Blobby smudges through the architecture of the city like an irreversible infection, to touch, to inspire, stimulate and provide for the people of the city. We are talking about a symbiotic relationship here.


Virginia Lui, Francesca Mavaracchio, Nadiya Shupyk

Chora - Raoul Bunschoten