dpr-barcelona is an independent research studio and publishing house which operates in the fields of architecture, political theory and the social milieu. Their publishing work includes several books exploring how architecture as discipline reacts in the intersection with politics, technology, economy and social issues; their publications, both digital and printed, transcend the boundaries of conventional publications, approaching those which are probably the titles of architecture in the future, exploring the limits between printed matters and new media, transforming traditional publishing practice as we know it, into a live exchange of knowledge. They also contribute often to a diverse range of publications, including books and magazines such as Harvard Design Magazine, The Architectural Review, ARQ, e-flux, and Volume, among others. Their curatorial practice includes “Adhocracy ATHENS” (together with Pelin Tan) for the Onassis Cultural Centre in 2015, winner of the ADI Culture Award 2016; and more recently, “Twelve Cautionary Urban Tales” (Matadero Madrid, 2020), among others.
dpr-barcelona are Ethel Baraona Pohl, César Reyes Nájera and Anne-Sophie de Vargas.