Dennis Kaspori is a founding member of "The Maze Corporation", an office for research and design on issues related to the urban condition, public space and housing. He is focused on the
development of an engaged architectural practice that seeks interdisciplinary
In 2003, the book "Dwellingin(ter)ventions, prospectus for alternative housing" was published; as his article "A
communism of ideas, towards an architectural open source practice".
He now works on a variety of projects
including "The Rotterdam Index", "Vakmanstad", and in close
collaboration with Jeanne van Heeswijk "Face Your World", a unique
spatial and social planning project involving children.