As Pinar Gönül states: “The technological developments and the virtual work at the computer take us away from the reality of the work. Without denying the technological change and its positive developments, our work is guided by an interest in the real space, the real things. Space and materiality should not be excluded from the creative process.” In a world of quick, computerised virtual construction, blgp include for example traditional plasterwork as well as wood and brick to create buildings of such modern, linear aesthetics that most recently got them both a 2016 German Design Award nomination and special mentioning. 

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