Polish architect Boleslaw Stelmach will be attending LAUD Bucharest 2016, with "The Touch of Silence", a presentation on restoring the birthplace of Frederic Chopin.
Przemyslaw Łukasik, Polish architect renowned for his brilliant reuse of old industrial spaces, will be attending LAUD Bucharest 2016, with a presentation on post-industrial projects in the Urban Regeneration plenary session of the conference.
Netherland's Ambassador in Bucharest, Romania will be a speaker at the NEW CITIES Inspirational International Conference on June 13. The Ambassador has taken the time to answer three key questions regarding urban development and the challenges that big cities face.
Romanian Building Awards - National Awards for Built Space is an ambitious project that was thought up with the idea of a necessity to construct a culture of quality in built space in Romania.
For the first time in Romania, representatives of the cultural environment, architects, ambassadors and decision-makers, representatives of the local authorities, will participate at a public, interactive and inspirational conference that brings up into discussion, as main thematic, the future in architecture and urbanism.
INGLASS Bucharest 2016 will welcome Peter Pichler as a guest speaker. He's Principal Architect at Peter Pichler Architecture in Italy and will present a case study on mirror houses at the expo conference this year.
Arch. Gokhan Avcioglu, Founder of GAD (Global Architectural Development) in Turkey, will be attending this year's INGLASS Bucharest (June 14), with a presentation about the Esma Sultan Palace, a multi-purpose event space in Ortakoy, Istanbul.
Spatial planner and sociologist Joris Scheers will give a presentation on key challenges in an urbanized Europe at LAUD Bucharest 2016 (June 14).
The Biesbosch Museum project of Studio Marco Vermeulen has been awarded no less than three times at the Architizer Awards 2016. In both the Museum category and the Architecture and Landscape category, the design won the Jury Prize. In this last category it also won the Public Award.
Csapó Balázs of PALATIUM talks about designing Budapest’s Metro 4 line stations, their hardest project to date »
Csapó Balázs, architect and team manager at PALATIUM Studio Ltd., will be attending LAUD Bucharest 2016 (June 14), where he will talk about Underground Glass, the architecture studio's greatest challenge to date, designing the Budapest Metro 4 line stations.