SHARE Slovakia 2023: International Architecture and Technology Innovation Forum

SHARE Architects, with the support of the Slovak Chamber of Architects, announces the SHARE Slovakia 2023 – The International Architecture and Technology Innovation Forum, which will take place on 20 March in the Mirror Hall of the Primate’s Palace in Bratislava.

The themes “Façades: Design and Technology” and “Large-Scale Development Projects” offer an opportunity to present a complex vision of design, cutting-edge facade technologies, together with innovative ideas and inspiring large-scale projects.



SHARE Slovakia 2023 will bring together nationally and internationally renowned architects, innovators in architecture and building technologies, great personalities in architecture.

Guest speakers’ dynamic presentations will combine technical details of their far-reaching projects with inspiring audience insights. The programme will include a variety of activities designed to encourage learning, experiencing, networking and acting.


The first speakers announced are:

  • Francis Gallagher, Managing Director and Principal HKS, USA
  • Dirk Peters, Co-founder Barcode Architects, The Netherlands
  • Kristian Skovbakke Villadsen, Director Gehl People, Denmark
  • Balázs Csapó, Founder Paragram Studio, Hungary
  • Martin Paško, Founder M STUDIO, Slovakia
  • Angel Zahariev, Founder  A&A ARCHITECTS , Bulgaria
  • Șerban Ţigănaș, Co-founder Dico&Tiganas, Romania
  • Peter Kožuško, Project Manager Pantograph, Slovakia
  • Gregor Reichenberg, Partner Reichenberg Arhitektura, Slovenia
  • Roman Talaš, Co-founder SIEBERT + TALAŠ, Slovakia
  • Michal Krištof, Co-founder Chybik+Kristof Architects, The Czech Republic



Tickets can be purchased online at the official event website Members of the Slovak Chamber of Architects benefit from a reduced ticket price of €69 instead of the standard ticket price of €89.


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Eusebia Mindirigiu
Head of communication