Two of our projects will be exhibited from the 19th to the 28th of May within the Central Exhibition of Romanian Design Week 2017 - the most important event dedicated to creative industries in Romania. SPATJ’s Choreography studio: classic/modern/contemporary dance and Fashion studio will be featured within the Architecture section while one of polimasa’s prototypes will be exhibited in the Object design section.
ateliercetrei wins competition+bid for the restoration, enhancement and introduction to the tourist circuit of the fort of the 5th roman Legion, also known as Macedonica, in the city of Turda or Potaissa in ancient roman times. In the rendering one can see our hint at the template of the old Porta Decumana.
Our project Folk dance classroom won the first place at this years Transylvanian Biennial of Architecture (BATRA 2015) in the 5th category Interior Architecture and scenography.
We would like to send a special thanks to the board of directors of the 'Tudor Jarda' School of Folk Art for proving to be exemplary partners, Rares Constructii for the wonderful job, and last, but not least, Ovidiu Micsa for the coolest flics ever.
We will present the story of our project 'Site' Hall on the occasion of the 4th event in the Seara de arhitectura series, organized by The Order of Architects of Romania, Transylvania Branch. The event will take place in Cluj-Napoca, at the Franciscan Monastery, and is scheduled to begin at 1800hrs on Wednesday, the 2nd of April. 'Be there, or be square!'
As a quick reminder, our project was nominated last year at the Transylvanian Biennial of Architecture (BATRA) alongside two other 'very good projects' in the 4th category, Interior architecture and scenography.
Our project 'Site' Hall was nominated at the Transylvanian Biennial of Architecture (BATRA) alongside two other 'very good projects' in the 4th category Interior architecture and scenography. We would like to thank the organizing committee and the jury and to congratulate the nominees and award winners of all the 8 categories.
We would like to send a special thanks to the board of directors of the 'Tudor Jarda' School of Folk Art for proving to be exemplary partners, Rares Constructii and Salice for the wonderful job they did, and last, but not list, Ovidiu Micsa for the cool photographs he took. The project will be featured on our website before Christmas... until then it can be seen at the BATRA exhibition at Tranzit House in Cluj-Napoca.
We were appointed by OAR T and ASTA to coordinate a student workshop for the design & build of an urban object [uo]. The uo's purpose is to promote BATRA's events to the cities of Cluj-Napoca, Baia-Mare, Zalău, Oradea, Bistriţa, Alba-Iulia and Satu Mare. The first stop along uo’s journey through these cities will be Cluj Napoca’s historical center. Here, architecture students of all levels are encouraged to attend this workshop and pour their unhindered creativity into uo’s design and creation. Some restriction do exist : the object must be light and it’s materials waterproof so that it can travel easy. Also, in the urban context, uo must be visible day and night, it should allow people to visit it’s insides but not necessarily shelter them from rain. Sooo...do come and join us!
C.A.D. Apartment featured alongside other 12 'varied projects, from highly individual interventions in small spaces to eclectic designs for two-level homes, warm, retro-inspired environments, as well as highly modern spaces, with a provocative design' in a new igloo best album: Interioare din Romania # 3.