1024 designs architectural and digital works,
in which sound and light scores are orchestrated within the space,
and controlled by custom computer code.
1024 architecture is a creative studio founded in 2007 by Pier Schneider and François Wunschel.
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1024 is a creative studio.
Pier Schneider and François Wunschel met at the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Strasbourg.
They cofounded the EXYZT collective in 2002 as part of their undergraduate degree, experimenting with hybrid and collective architectural practice, going so far as to build their own projects.
After various noteworthy interventions under this name, the duo founded 1024 architecture to focus on the creation and production of hybrid works and installations, combining architecture and visual arts.
Ever since, the studio has designed and produced projects both in France and abroad. From Vancouver to Tokyo, from Paris to Mexico, 1024 has developed stage designs, performances, and architecture, from the small scale of the object to vast installations within public space.
The creative studio works with many associates from various different spheres: developers, designers, architects, and artists, to create an immersive world made up of geometry, light, sound, and movement.