EFFEKT asked to translate 'yes' and 'no' into creative visualizations for Danish newspaper Politiken
EFFEKT asked to translate 'yes' and 'no' into creative visualizations for Danish newspaper Politiken

Inspired by the upcoming referendum, the Danish newspaper Politiken asked a group of artists to make a creative translation of what 'yes' and 'no' looks like. EFFEKT Architects was chosen to make the architectural translation - the rest of the artists include performance artist Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen, hat designer Stig Andersen from Andersen & Berner, visual artist Peter Carlsen, poet Klaus Høeck and painter FOS (Thomas Poulsen).

EFFEKT designed a 'yes' and a 'no' building. The 'yes' building to the left illustrates inclusive, open and transparent architecture that adapts to the city and invites the urban spaces and the public inside. The 'no' building is a closed off building that entrenches itself and shows no desire to interact with the surroundings.

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