Instituto Pouchulu

of Earth's Habitat Change

5 - Books, lectures, workshop, educational programme

Pouchulu's books can be found below. For articles, magazines and press information visit Pouchulu's works here (you'll be re-directed outside this website). Upon request you can buy a digital copy, with the exception of the Architectural Fictions.


La Arquitectura de la Disociacion (1994), Spanish, limited edition, typewriting machine, illustrated by the Author, 130 pages, Buenos Aires.

Behind the Time -Image, Language and Significance of Time in Art- (1998), English, hard cover, limited edition, 61 pages, London.  

Architectural Fictions, Part I (2002), Art Book, hard cover, mock-up, Munich. Revised limited edition, 2012, 63 pages, Buenos Aires.

Do Drawings Still Dream of Architecture? (2004) e-book, 65 pages, London.

Habitat Change: Time for Survival Architecture (2018) English (print expected 2021), 230 pages, Buenos Aires.

Habitat Change Lecture

The Habitat Change Lecture was a two hours presentation about up-to-date environmental facts in relation with Habitat loss, explaining principles of climate and oceanography, pointing how our Habitat is rapidly deteriorating because of us, and why Earth's species -including us- face extinction. The imminent ice-free Arctic event and subsequent positive feedbacks that accelerate Global Warming were analysed. Environmental paradigms were explained.

Habitat Change Workshop

The Survival Architecture Programme was a two weeks specialized design workshop for undergraduate and graduate architecture students. Imminent environmental paradigms are analysed, in order to produce original architectural programmes.

Habitat Change Unit

The Survival Architecture Programme was a full semester/year course of architecture for last-year students or graduates. It was a design unit focused on a deep study of the current Earth's Habitat crisis. Students received up-to-date facts about geological, climate and oceanographic principles, including concepts mentioned above in relation with architecture, urbanism and social anthropology. They worked on a short design exercise and a final project.

The goal of Survival Architecture Programme was to plant a seed in the spirit of young professionals, who faced the unprecedented challenge of Habitat loss.




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Photo: Baobab, Senegal, Afrique Occidental Francaise, timbre 1954, courtesy: Pouchulu's stamp collection.