ON/OFF is a network of architects and designers based in Berlin.
Since 2012 we have been working on a range of competitions, installation designs and on-site building projects, exploring different fields such as media art, theatre scenography, experimental housing, playgrounds and furniture design. As a network we draw on a range of different skills, working collaboratively to initiate new experiments combining different mediums and skills through mobile structures, film and projection, public workshops and writing. As a group we set out to challenge classic modes of practice and to engage with people’s experience of the city through projects in public space. Members of ON/OFF are based in different cities and come together in new formations based on each project.


Hertzbergstrasse 13

12045 Berlin/Germany



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Since founding our work has been exhibited internationally including the Istanbul Design Biennale, Milan Wired Festival and Uneven Growth exhibition at MoMA, New York. Members of ON/OFF have been invited to hold presentation in various institutions including The Bauhaus Foundation Dessau, Chalmers School of Architecture in Gothenburg, the University of Toronto and the University of Sarajevo.

For a detailed list of articles, exhibtions, talks and publication please click here.


Responsible for the content of this website are: Anika Neubauer, Berk Asal, Samuel Dias Carvalho, Marius Busch, Nicholas Green and Dan Dorocic.
All of the material on this website is reserved under copyright restrictions. Please contact us if you would like to use any of the material. Disclaimer: Despite careful content control, we assume no liability for the content of external links. The content of the linked pages are the sole responsibility of their operators.

ON/OFF is not an architectural office, but a community of interests that pursues common goals and content in architecture. Consequently, ON/OFF is not a company, but we form project-related working groups and find the appropriate legal form for each project.