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ABOUT US
spaceKIOSK                   is a multidisciplinary architecture, research and design studio which is fascinated with spatial apparitions and imaginaries of social, political and economic transaction. It works at sites of access and circumvention.

Sarah de Villiers            
currently leads spaceKIOSK, and also co-leads GSA Unit 18 Hyperreal Prototypes, a post-graduate design studio concerning insurgencies of time and place  through images, screens and spatial behaviours, in the context of post-colonial African cities. She is also a partner at Counterparts, a network platform and multidisciplinary design collective based in Johannesburg. She holds a Masters in Architecture from the University of the Witwatersrand. Sarah has taught formerly in GSA Unit 14’s Rogue Economies, worked at Mashabane Rose Associates, and had formerly contributed as a founder, director and architect at Counterspace, an all-women architecture and research firm in Johannesburg.



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sarah@space-kiosk.com

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First Floor, 44 Stanley,
                                           Braamfontein Werf, 2092.


GSA Unit 18: Hyperreal Prototypes

Counterparts






Hyperreal Prototypes 2020-2021
09–12–21
Publication collating 33 speculative architectural graduate projects across sites in Egypt and South Africa. 

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Filed under:
2021, publication, egypt, south africa

Archive of Forgetfulness
21–11–2021
Design and production of spatial illustrations  for Archive of Forgetfulness — an archive of memory, mobility and infrastructure in Africa.
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Erven And Other Hyperreal Constructions of Value
21–09–2021
A commisioned set of drawing responses, in Disembodied Territories, an international online collection and exhibition curated by Dr Sara Salem and Dr Mena Agha.
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Dialogues with Dust
02–04–20
Publication collating 33 speculative architectural graduate projects across sites in Egypt and South Africa. 

The Otherness of Money Spaces:
Versions of a Casino

01–04–2014
Essay which explores the physical experience of financial bordering systems, and the strange, otherworldly these produce.
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Filed under:
2014, money borders, publication 




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spaceKIOSK      is a multidisciplinary architecture, research and design studio based in Johannesburg, South Africa.