dorsa is a collaborative architecture practice. We seek to capture multiple and parallel realities concealed within our time. We employ whichever media necessary to create optimistic narratives for an empathic future.dorsa是一个合作性的泛建筑学工作室。我们尝试以多重视角捕捉,探索隐藏在当代生活幕后失衡的空间秩序与陌生的文化景观。我们希望通过空间、文字、图像等多重媒介,构建主流叙事外更多元的想象。帮助人们与身边重新接近、对峙、摩擦与共鸣。
“Call me if you get lost” x (Ludwig Engel, Meghan Rolvien and Alice Tripet). Hybrid uses of buildings, both programmatic and seasonal, will become indispensable in the future, as space becomes increasingly scarce and precious. Architecture is reframed here as the discipline of minimally invasive reprogramming. Streams of water and flow of human run parallel in the future.            
“The bridge in the dunes” extends and disrupts the path network of an infrastructure graveyard.


“Where river moves mountain” in the year 1513, a massive landslide occurred north of the village of Biasca. The debris cone, known as "Buzza di Biasca," dammed the Brenno River, creating a temporary lake. Just two years later, the waters broke through the debris cone and flooded the region of Bellinzona and the Magadino Plain. Five hundred years later, the northern part of the "Buzza" was restored using the excavated material from the Gotthard Base Tunnel. Today, a chestnut grove grows on millions of tons of deposited material.
“Le Bonhomme” whether built to delineate a path, to indicate human presence, or to offer reverence, the cairns stand as vital elements of the mountain terrain, easing the solitude felt by those who encounter them on their way.
“Anti-Aging-Creme” across centuries, from merely sustaining or invigorating the flow of time, countless mechanisms for its production and manipulation evolved: Now, time has become a variable that we can actively stretch, compress, extract, mobilize, and navigate.
“Wind rocks” x (Ran Huo and Zi Meng) some rocks sways in the breeze.
“Concentric forest” the whole life of the plant with all its annual rings is spread out in a panorama in the peeling machine.
“Java” uses the waste heat from a data centre to feed energy into the heating and cooling supply network of the Zurich south district.
“Learn to swim“ architecture must give and be given shape to material organisation, living and nonliving, to connect, and to embrace friction.