Stories

EACH MONTH
Atelier Luma Monthly Review features a selection of articles, essays, case studies and other interventions on current issues or ideas that echoes the missions of Atelier Luma.


  • First Algae International Summit in May 2020

    Luma Arles is pleased to announce the first international summit dedicated to algae, the flagship resource of the Anthropocenic era, as part of the fourth edition of the Luma Days that will take place on May 27 to 28, 2020.... Read more
  • Algae Platform [London] at the Royal Academy

    Algae Platform [London]20 November 2019 — 23 February 2020Royal Academy of Arts, The Architecture Studio Algae Platform is presented at the Royal Academy in London from 23 November 2019 — 23 February 2020, running alongside the exhibition Eco-Visionaries. Confronting a planet... Read more
  • Monthly Review #13

    — Domesticating Waves in the Netherlands | Stefan Helmreich | BOMB MAGAZINE | March 13, 2019Stefan Helmreich, Professor of Anthropology at MIT, studies how scientists understand ocean-related research. In this essay, he tells his personal experience of Waterwolf 2016, a... Read more
    © From Willem van der Laegh and Joost van den Vondel’s “Provisional Draft Plan and Proposal for the Diking of the Large Lakes,” 1641
  • Weaving workshop

    Participate ! Weaving workshop of rice straw to protect the sand dunes of the Piemansion beach. From 8 to 12 JULY 2019, from 9am to 1pm in the Salle polyvalente of Salin-de-Giraud and on the Piemanson East beach. The workshop is accessible to... Read more
    © Joana Luz
  • Monthly Review #11

    — Tribute to plant time | France Culture | La Compagnie des poètes by Manou Farine | May 10, 2019Manou Farine welcomes Marc Jeanson, head of the collections of the National Herbarium of the Paris Natural History Museum, co-author of... Read more
    © Cactaceae • Crédits : G. Mütrel
  • Monthly Review #10

    — Donna Haraway: "Our existence depends on our ability to live together" (Manifesto of companion species) | by Christine Marcandier | Diacritik | 26 March 2019 This article introduces Donna Haraway's research methodology as Professor Emerita in the Department of Humanities... Read more
  • Atelier Luma at Offprint

    On the occasion of the 2017 Fuorisalone, during this year’s Milan Design Week, Atelier Luma first presented itself to the public, on a celebratory occasion that took place at the Offprint independent publisher’s book fair, at Atelier Clerici. On the evening... Read more
  • DAE student workshop

    The Colour Geographies project was kicked-off by a group of students from the Design Academy Eindhoven, mentored by Henriëtte Waal and Brecht Duijf from BuroBelèn. The group visited Arles and the Camargue, exploring the region’s colour palette, tales and potential. Through... Read more