URBAN PRACTICE: FROM ACTIONS IN PUBLIC SPACE TO BUILDING COMMUNITY SPACES
Saturday, November 23
Col·legi d’Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC), Barcelona
An event organized by Architects’ Council of Europe.
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CITIZENS AND THE CITY IN ECOLOGICAL TRANSITION
Initiated and organized around the urban practice of Atelier Architecture Autogeree, co-organized by studioBASAR and A.T.U. Asociația pentru Tranziția Urbană, with the help of Bucharest Order of Architects, in the framework of Bucharest Architecture Annual 2019, the aim of the seminar is to bring together diverse actors that try to respond through concrete, local actions to the ecological urgency.
FRIDAY, November 15
14.00 - 17.00: Presentations:
Doina Petrescu and Constantin Petcou (Atelier Architecture Autogeree), Oana Preda (CeRe), Mihai Hofman and Dafina Jeaca (Lacul Tei Civic Group), Claudia Florescu (Kiseleff Civic Group), Vera Marin (A.T.U.), Alex Axinte and Cristi Borcan (studioBASAR), Silviu Medeșan (La Terenuri), Felicia Ienculescu-Popovici and Marius Ienculescu-Popovici (Green Mogo), Matei David (Cişmigiu Civic Group), Raluca Voinea (tranzit.ro).
17.00 - 18.30: Round Table
18.30 - 19.30: Movie projections
SATURDAY, November 16
10.00 - 13.00: Workshop*
Location: AWE . Adaptive Work Environment.
URBAN PRACTICE. FROM ACTIONS IN PUBLIC SPACE TO BUILDING COMMUNITY SPACES.
BOZAR (The Centre for Fine Arts) - Bruxelles
15 octombrie 2019, 19:00
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The lecture is held in the framework of Europalia Romania and will focus on several public actions, community projects and educational programmes developed by studioBASAR in the public space of Bucharest.
studioBASAR was selected to participate at Chicago Architecture Biennale.
19 September 2019 - 5 January 2020
„Borderless Studio (Chicago, USA) - in collaboration with Herkes İçin Mimarlık (Architecture For All) (Istanbul, Turkey), studioBASAR (Bucharest, Romania), and Zorka Wollny (Berlin, Germany) - will be using the site of the decommissioned Anthony Overton Elementary School in the Bronzeville neighborhood to explore how art, design, and architecture create more inclusive approaches to repurposing civic spaces.”