„Context matters“: international spring school of architecture and urbanism Zagreb, open call for students
In cooperation with the School of Architecture University of Detroit Mercy, SF:ius, is organizing a student workshop „Context matters“ from April 28th to May 3rd 2017. The workshop focuses on the (re)contextualization of undesirable socialist heritage, along with rethinking the conservation, survival and revival of those forgotten places.
Combining lectures with field trips and practical work the workshop provides a unique intensive course in urban planning and memorial architecture of socialism. It will include site visits to Petrova gora, Spomen-park Dotrščina with other Zagreb city memorial sites. In the course of the workshop, students will have the opportunity to produce their own design projects in international teams, suggesting possible revival or conservational solutions for the visited sites and present their final work publicly.
Workshops on photography, diagramming, site analysis and graphics/visualizing data will be organized by Professor Erika Lindsay from the School of Architecture, University Detroit Mercy.
The program also provides lectures about socio-political context, historical context, social heritage in post-socialist context and conservation, held by SF:ius members, in collaboration with other experts.
HOW TO APPLY
The call is open to students of architecture and design. If you’re interested in applying, please send your CV and a letter of intent in English to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject “context matters: application 2017”.
Your CV should not be more than one page long and your letter of intent not longer than 500 words. Aplication deadline is April 20th 2017. For additional information or questions, feel free to contact us.
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