Located at the intersection between EDUCATION,
PROFESSION and CITY, the first three jury conferences will focus especially on
the theoretical and critical research of architecture.
The conferences will have as starting point the activity and current concerns of the 3 members of the jury in the directions set out by the categories judged within the BETA 2016 competition, namely: Graduation projects, Architectural Visions and Architectural Text.
The three presentations held by Ștefan Ghenciulescu, Ivan Kucina and Zsolt Vasáros, addressed both to those who work in the architectural and urban planning fields and those working in related fields, will be followed by an open discussion session.
18:00 - 18:15: Presentation of last Zeppelin issues
18:15 - 19:00: Ștefan Ghenciulescu
19:00 - 19:45: Zsolt Vasáros
19:45 - 20:30: Ivan Kucina
20:30 - 21:00: Q & A session
For more details about the BETA 2016 competition, please consult the website competition.betacity.eu.
Practicing architect, researcher and critic, exhibition curator, author and co-author of cultural projects. Editor-in-chief of the Zeppelin magazine. Lecturer at the Ion Mincu Architecture and Urbanism University in Bucharest. Author of the book Orașul transparent. Despre limite și locuire în București. Awards: European Public Space of the Year 2011; Romania’s Pavilion, Venice Architecture Biennale, 2006; 12 awards and nominations at the National Architecture Biennial and the Architecture Annual Bucharest.
Ivan Kucina is an Assistant Professor at the Architecture Faculty in Dessau - Anhalt University. He also worked at the Architecture Faculty of the University of Belgrade. He was a guest lecturer at School of Design Strategies - Parsons School for Design, New York, at Tirana Polis University, at KTH - Architecture Faculty of Stockholm and GUtech - Muscat, Oman. In 2006 he co-founded BINA (Belgrade International Architecture Week) and presently he is the programme director. From 2012 he is also the programme director of the Urban Transformations project from MIKSER Festival in Belgrade.
Zsolt Vasáros (born in 1973) is a hungarian architect. He studied architecture, archaeology and egyptology at various universities and has graduated from Budapest Architecture Faculty in 1997. In 2000 he established his own architecture office (Narmer Architecture Studio). Since 2003 he teaches at the Architecture Faculty of Budapest (BME). Zsolt Vasáros is currently working at various research projects, especially in conflict areas like Egypt, Syria and Iraq.