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FLUENTE SI PASAJE Show multimedia & interactiv de arhitectura

 

Accepta invitatia si fii prezent intre 6-13 iunie in pasajul de la Universitate pentru o pauza de arhitectura! Fie ca esti arhitect sau pasionat de arhitectura sau doar curios sa aflii mai multe despre domeniu, sau fie ca te aflii in trecere prin pasaj, poposeste o clipa intr-un decor neconventional de lectura si relaxare!

Timp de o saptamana, in pasajul de la Universitate, ne propunem sa organizam o serie de evenimente prin care punem in centrul atentiei arhitectura! Ne place sa credem ca prin acest eveniment publicul specializat, dar si publicul larg vor avea ocazia sa interactioneze cu arhitectura de calitate intr-un spatiu neconventional care ne ajuta sa transmitem ideea necesitatii unui popas intr-o lume aflata mereu in miscare.

Astfel, in cadrul acestui eveniment ne propunem ca, intr-un mediu relaxant, sa reflectam asupra unor serii de fluente (influente, confluente, afluente) care marcheaza arhitectura contemporana si care situeaza Romania intr-un schimb intercultural complex care are loc in regiunea Europei Centrale si de Est. Ne dorim ca astfel sa contribuim si la punerea in valoare a unui spatiu public, caracterizat printr-o dinamica culturala aparte si o permanenta afluenta de oameni.

Pe parcursul evenimentului vei putea vedea Expozitia internationala de arhitectura Fluente (o privire critica asupra arhitecturii Europei Centrale si de Est), sa intri in dialog cu arhitecti romani si straini si sa rasfoiesti reviste, carti si albume de arhitectura. In plus, te poti relaxa urmarind proiectii de filme de arhitectura. Ii vei putea intalni pe arhitectii Alex Adam, Roger Pop, Mario Kuibus, Adrian Soare, Marius Miclaus, Silviu Aldea si altii.

Vino asadar in Pasajul de la Universitate in perioada 6-13 iunie si conecteaza-te la arhitectura cu atitudine!

Intra pe www.east-centricarch.eu si pe www.arhitext.com pentru a afla mai multe detalii si a fi la curent cu programul evenimentului.

 

FLUENCIES & PASSAGES Multimedia & interactive architecture show

 

Accept our invitation and be present, between June 6 to 13, in the Pedestrian Passage from the University, inBucharest, for an architecture break! Whether you’re an architect or an architecture enthusiast or just curious to know more about this field, or you just find yourself passing through the passage, stop for a moment in an unconventional setting for reading and relaxing!

In the Pedestrian Passage from the University, for an entire week, we organize a series of events that put architecture in the spotlight! We like to think that through this event the architects, but also the general public, will have the opportunity to interact with quality architecture in an unconventional space that helps us convey the idea of having to stop, even for a moment, in this world that is always in motion.

Thus, in the very center of the busy city we will create a relaxing environment, to reflect on a series of fluencies (influences, confluences, tributaries) that marks contemporary architecture and situateRomaniain a complex intercultural exchange that occurs in the region of Central andEastern Europe. We want thus to contribute to valuing a public space as well. A space characterized by a distinct cultural dynamics and a constant influx of people.

During the event you will be able to see the international architecture exhibition Fluencies (a critical approach of the Central and Eastern European architecture), to dialogue with Romanian and foreign architects, to browse magazines, books and albums of architecture. In addition, you can relax watching architectural movies. You’ll be able to meet the architects Alex Adam, Roger Pop, Mario Kuibus, Adrian Soare, Marius Miclaus, Silviu Aldea and others.

So come in the Pedestrian Passage of the University during June 6 to 13 and connect to the architecture with attitude!

Join us on www.arhitext.com and www.east-centricarch.eu to find out more details and see the program of the event.

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