The postcard book is Navarrete’s visual diary on his work at Solitude in the winter of 2004. Intended to be a visual trip for the reader, the individual cards can be folded out and sent.
After the much-lauded premiere of the text "Klopfzeichen. Leuchtfeuer. Rauchsignale." (Knocks, beacons, smoke signals) in December 2003 at the Akademie Schloss Solitude, this audio piece was recorded a year and a half later with the same cast. In connection with music especially composed for the project, the recording plumbs the text’s depth with the necessary levity and skillfully inserted details. The listener follows the characters to where they send their signals – whether as calls to the wind on the top of a skyscraper or as a bomb in the center of power.
"Almost Architecture" is an amalgamation of architectural projects and political texts focusing on the impossibility to forge the future of space in post-communist country through classical architectural means and education. The book, in a form of essays about "contributions to globalisation" and speculative projects for "better future" of a community explores the vacuum of practice that is posed to the current generation of architects in Serbia today.