fabric | ch
Studio for architecture, interaction & research
fabric | ch was founded in 1997 by two architects, Christophe Guignard and Patrick Keller, a telecommunications engineer, Stéphane Carion and a computer engineer, Dr. Christian Babski, with the intention of undertaking architecture, interaction and research projects.
Initially the work of fabric | ch was essentially oriented towards the exploration of electronic territories (networks, data environments, artificial or virtual spaces) as well as “immaterial” (digital) architectures. Later, fabric | ch worked on the hybridization of these non-material territories with the physical ones, seeking to link a universe made up of bits to one made of atoms. The latest projects undertaken by fabric | ch reach further into the “real” world, dealing with different dimensions and driven by a concept of spatial interferences (variable intertwining of heterogeneous spatialities, times, climates and locations like the presence of global into local, public into private, distributed into localized, digital into physical, etc.)