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Newsletter v.2                                                                       #03
February 29, 2016
ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

EAAE ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Delft, Netherlands
August 31, 2016

The conference ‘For Example Delft’ addresses approaches in architecture education, their past, present & future in relation to professional practice and the architectural discipline. Using the example of Delft, the conference starts from the observation that the broad field of architecture and the built environment carries a (re)assembled character that has lost its Modern, structured and disciplinary way. Moreover the conference addresses the issue what architecture research currently means and upon which policies Delft as an institution has set eyes, for example with regard to its ambitions, organization and profile.

Conference registration will start 30 March 2016 – you will be able to find the link on the EAAE website, via google or EAAE2016@tudelft.nl.

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5th LE:NOTRE LANDSCAPE FORUM
Paphos, Cyprus
March 16, 2016
The organizing committee of the 5th LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum: Cyprus 2016 (Pafos, 16th-20th March 2016), cordially invites you to participate at our event either by submitting a poster of your work until the extended deadline on 1st of March or by submitting a poster of your Doctorate student until the 1st of March and participating at the Doctorate colloquium. Both are going to be included at the Book of the Proceedings.
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STADSLAB MASTER CLASS
Lisbon, Portugal
April 15, 2016

In this international Master-Class you will engage in a highly challenging urban regeneration case-study in one of Lisbon’s oldest districts. Mouraria originated as a 13th century Moorish neighbourhood and remained a marginal downtown area. Nowadays, parts of Mouraria are affected by tourism, others are still deprived with high levels of migrant population and social housing. Cheap property prices and proximity to other tourist destinations (Alfama, Castello) raise realistic assumptions that Mouraria will face large influx of investment in real estate and tourism infrastructure, resulting in gentrification.
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INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE
BIENNALE ROTTERDAM

Rotterdam, Netherlands
April 23, 2016

During the weekend of 23 and 24 April 2016, the IABR will kick off its seventh edition: IABR–2016–THE NEXT ECONOMY. The opening weekend marks the beginning of an exhibition and a continuous program of activities in and around former warehouse Fenixloods II in the Rotterdam district of Katendrecht. Led by chief curator Maarten Hajer, an international Curator Team will once again focus on the future of the city, investigating the relationship between design and tomorrow’s economy.
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INTERNATIONAL MASTER IN INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE
Hasselt, Belgium
May 1, 2016

The faculty of Architecture and Arts welcomes applications for an innovative international master’s programme in interior architecture with a strong focus on adaptive reuse.

It is safe to assume that (interior) architects will have to deal increasingly with the transformation and adaptation of the built environment. Today, the role of architecture is being re-defined due to demographic, economic and ecological challenges. Transition and reuse take centre stage in the practice and theory of the profession. This academic master’s programme is innovative as it considers preservation through the act of adaptive reuse instead of mere conservation and restoration.

Rather than relying on an archaeological perspective, it emphasises a designerly approach as to give new and unexpected energy to buildings. Therefore, the programme seeks to train students who explore and activate the rich potential of existing sites through design supported by research and theory.

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CAADENCE IN ARCHITECTURE
Budapest, Hungary
June 16, 2016

The organizing comittee is pleased to invite you to submit papers for CAADence in architecture, an international workshop and conference. The event will take place at the Faculty of Architecture of the Budapest University of Technology and economics, in Budapest (Hungary) on the 16-17th June, 2016 in cooperation with leading CAAD industry members.

The focus of this forthcoming event is the changing role of architects in relation to the increasing integration of information-technology into the design process.

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BUCHAREST ARCHITECTURE
TRIENNALE

Bucharest, Romania
October 1, 2016

East Centric Architecture Triennale is the necessary cultural event meant to enable a tight collaboration between architects, theorists, architecture critics and historians from East and Central Europe and from all over the world, with the aim of representing and presenting them both to the specialized and general audience. East Centric Architecture Triennale supports and promotes critical discourse both among practitioners and architecture theorists, critics and historians. The varied format of activities within the Triennale (exhibitions, conferences, debates, competitions) offers an overall image of the multiple discourses from the East and Central European space – particular discourses which however share common elements that need to be acknowledged in order to support a qualitative growth of architecture in the region.

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STUDENTS FINAL WORK COMPETITION
Kaunas, Lithuania
October 14, 2016

Kaunas architecture festival (KAFe2016) invites to participate in the international exhibition-competition of final projects of university architecture students – both bachelor and master studies – on the topics of the central part of Kaunas town.

The topic of this year’s KAFe2016 – RESTART YOUR CITY CENTER, therefore development of the central part of town and the role of communities in this process is at the focus of the competition topics suggested for consideration of Lithuanian and foreign architecture universities.

As a part of KAFe2016, the international contest of final projects by graduate students will be one of the most important educational events of the festival.

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