Driven by the encounter of research and action, the PCA-STREAM studio is organized around two poles: PCA, the architecture and urban planning agency, in charge of large-scale projects, and STREAM, a program of cross-disciplinary research that informs the studio’s architecture practice. Its work is the subject of publications, conferences, talks and exhibitions, but also of a web broadcast in open access. The STREAM book-magazine examines major contemporary issues through contributions from different disciplinary fields and creative organizations to understand, in a cross-cutting and collective way, the issues that will become the fabric of tomorrow’s architecture and urban planning.
PCA-STREAM offers a scientific approach, both sensitive and analytical, to the urban phenomenon in its systemic complexity. Bringing together researchers and creators around the aim of more sustainable, desirable and inclusive cities. The STREAM LAB ensures continuity between theoretical research and operational projects.