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ECOWEEK 2012 Workshops
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  WORKSHOP THEME in Krakow:
THEME D :
Existing Building Sustainability - Upgrade, Reuse and Expansion.
Site: SHOOTING RANGE premises in Wola Justowska, Krakow, Poland [read more]
   
  NOTICE:
 

>The Workshops are all addressing ONE SITE in Krakow.
> The workshops are taking place BEFORE ECOWEEK 2012in Krakow in DIFFERENT LOCATIONS in Poland, Germany, Ukraine, and Turkey. For more details read below of contact us.

   
  WORKSHOPS:


W1 : This workshop is fully booked. Please choose another workshop.
Bartosz Haduch, Architect | NArchitekTURA, Krakow, Poland


Bartosz Haduch is an architect, academic teacher, journalist, finalist in a number of architectural competitions. Graduated from Faculty of Architecture at the Silesian Univesity of Technology in Gliwice, and from the Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts at the University in Sewilla. After studying and practicing in Holland, Spain and Austria he opened his own practice in Krakow. Since 2007 he is heading the research and design group "NArchitekTURA", working in the field of urban planning, architecture, landscape design, interior design, furniture design, graphics and architectural criticism. In 2010 "NArchitektURA" was recognized by international magazine "Wallpaper" as one of thirty most interesting young architecture studios in the world. Bartosz Haduch is teaching at the Faculty of Architrcture and Fine Arts of Krakow Academy of Frycz Modrzewski. In 2011 he received his Ph.D. at the Architecture Faculty in Wroclaw University of Technology. He writes in international and polish magazines about architecture, art and design. www.narchitektura.pl


Workshop brief: This workshop takes place at Villa Decius in Krakow, Poland, on May 7-10, 2012 [see map]. More details to be posted shortly.
   



W2 : This workshop is fully booked. Please choose another workshop.
Lukasz Zagala, Przemo Lukasik | medusagroup
, Krakow, Poland

MEDUSA GROUP was established in 1997 by architects: Przemo Lukasik and Lukasz Zagala. We are multidisciplinary studio involved in architecture, urban planning, graphic and industrial design projects. The studio cooperates with professional engineering companies and takes active part in realization of investments as author's superviser and substiture investor. We realize our projects as a general design studio. Our office is in Bytom's city center at Jozefczaka 35 street located within our own development - an abandoned warehouse (1400 sqm) which we renovated and adapted for office purposes. The office occupies the attic floor of the building which, thanks to the absence of partitions and the white-painted walls and ceilings, provides a very roomy office space for over 20 people who work there, along with many possibilities for formal and informal meetings. We have partner offices in major Polish cities, i.e. in Warsaw, Wroclaw, Lodz, Krakow and Gdansk. This enables us to efficiently realize projects on the whole territory of our country. www.medusagroup.pl


Workshop brief: This workshop takes place at Villa Decius in Krakow, Poland, on May 7-10, 2012 [see map]. More details to be posted shortly.
   




W3 : TURKEY at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Istanbul, Turkey
Guzin Konuk & Inci Olgun & Aylin Ayna with Mehtap Leyla Turanalp

This workshop takes place in Istanbul, Turkey, in cooperation with the Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, and within the framework of the GREENAGE Conference.

Guzin Konuk has completed her education of architecture in 1973 in Istanbul State Fine Arts University; and her master education in 1977 Heriot Watt university/ Edinburgh Collage of Arts and her post graduate education in Urban Design in 1979 in architecture of Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University. She is a dean of Architecture Faculty in Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University.

Inci Olgun has completed her education of architecture in 1997 in Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University; and her post graduate education in 2000 in Urban Design program in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning. She has worked as a public architect for a period and carried out project application and design studies. In various national and international workshop, exhibition and publication studies she has participated, she has performed some works which especially evaluates the interfaces in the relationship between the architectural scale and the urban scale. The designer, who has been granted various prizes in the architectural and urban design projects, has completed her doctorate study which she has prepared in 2009 in MSFAU about urban readings and urban memory. She continues her academic works in MSFAU, Department of Urban and Regional Planning and studies on the scopes like urban design, urban readings and urban memory, spatial analysis [especially the research on building typology and urban texture in Mardin], public spaces, city and art.

Aylin Ayna is an Architect, Department of Architecture, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, with postgraduate studies at the Architectural Design Issues Programme at the same university. Research assistant in Environmental Analysis and Control Subdivision at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, since 2009. Her research is on ecological design strategies, environmental design theory, sensation and perception in space, connection between body and place. She has taken part in several architectural competitions, conferences and workshops, including ECOWEEK 2011, in Thessaloniki, Greece and is active in the planning of ECOWEEK 2013 in Istanbul, Turkey.


Mehtap Leyla Turanalp is studying City Planning at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University and Regional Planning, and is a graduate of the Izmir Institute of Technology, City and Regional Planning. Leyla is a member of the GreenAge Organization Committee and editor of the 'Dayanismaci Atolye' website. Leyla has been involved in Design symposia, among them, 'Taksim Square Renewal Project', MSFAU, and others. Leyla has attended several ECOWEEK conferences in Europe and the Middle East and supports ECOWEEK activity in Turkey.


Workshop brief: This workshop takes place during GreenAge Symposium at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University in Istanbul, Turkey. The workshop will start on April 16, 2012. More details to be posted shortly

   


W4 : GERMANY at TU BERLIN, Berlin, Germany
Ulf Meyer |
Ingenhoven Architects, Germany

Ulf Meyer is an architect, partner in the architecture office of Ingenhoven Architects in German. Graduated from the Technical University (TU) of Berlin as Master of Architecture, and studied-abroad at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) in Chicago, Ill. with the international IIT Fellowship and the Academic Scholarship of the Federal Republic of Germany. He is Distinguished Hyde Chair of Excellence for sustainable urban design at the University of Nebraska/Lincoln. Ulf is a member of the FuturArc Forum for Green Building in Southeast-Asia and Australia, correspondent for Central Europe for "World Architecture" magazine, London, UK, and Editor at "archplus" architectural magazine in Berlin. Ulf has lectured at universities all over Europe, the USA and Canada as well as Japan, China, Singapore, Australia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Taiwan. He has taught at the Bauhaus Graduate School of Design in Dessau/Germany and at summer schools with the Middle Eastern Technical University of Ankara/Turkey, the Georgia Institute of Technology of Atlanta/Georgia, the Rice Design Alliance of Houston/Texas and the University of Kansas Lawrence/Kansas (USA). Ulf has published over 1,000 articles in newspapers and magazines in Germany and abroad. He appeared on Radio, TV and Internet broadcast. Some of his texts have been translated into Spanish, Italian, Russian, Dutch and English. Ulf was the keynote speaker at the Green Build Conference in Phoenix/AZ 2009 and at the BCA in Singapore 2011. www.ingenhovenarchitects.com



Workshop brief: This workshop takes place at TU Berlin in Berlin, Germany, on May 7-10, 2012. More details to be posted shortly.
   

W5 : UKRAINE at IVANO-FRANKIVSK NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF OIL AND GAS, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine
Docent Arch. Larysa Poleszuk



Larysa Polishchuk. Graduated from the Department of Architecture of the National Academy of Art and Architecture, Graduate Research Institute of the theory, history of architecture and urban planning in Kiev (Ukraine). In current time is professor of architectural design in the National Technical University of Oil and Gas in Ivano-Frankivsk. Wrote number of scientific articles on the history and theory of architecture, guides, projects, public and residential interiors, co-author of sacral buildings project, valorization of architectural monuments, which are embodied in the construction or performed on stage projects. Initiator of cooperation with the Department of Architecture, Polytechnic of Krakow, thanks to what number of common students internshipd, seminars and researches took place since 2009.

Workshop brief: This workshop takes place at Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas in Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine. More details to be posted shortly.
   



W6 : This workshop is fully booked. Please choose another workshop.
Wojciech Gawinowski & Wojciech Sumlet | Vostok Design, Krakow, Poland

Vostok Design is an architecture studio operating in Krakow since 2010. Through our designs we search for modern Eastern European architectural identity. Studio Vostok Design combines professional experience in design and innovative and individual creative process. Our designs are a synthesis of logical thinking, sensitivity and understanding of the context in which we work. We are the authors and co-authors of many award-winning projects, both Polish and international. Vostok Design supports the idea of sustainable growth and actively uses new technologies in creating energy-efficient and environmentally friendly architecture. www.vstk.eu/

Wojciech Gawinowski architect, member of the Lesser Poland Institute of Architects, graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning at Wroclaw University of Technology (2005). During his studies he took part in many workshops and architecture competitions. Among other awards, he won 1st Prize in "CITY SQUARES - Wroclaw 2004 Workshop - PUBLIC PLACES IN THE CITY" competition. After graduation he took a placement at a reputable studio RAD-OMA asia in Hong Kong, where he worked mainly on commercial projects. He won 1st Prize for the project of the new building of the library at University of Jeongju in South Korea. After the placement he worked for one of the most innovative British studios - Grimshaw Architects, and later continued his professional path designing airports and big industrial plants. In the subsequent years he worked again for RAD, and Mobius architekci where he won many awards and honourable mentions in architecture competitions (e.g. 1st Prize in the International Competition PREFAB 20*20 for prefabricated social housing, organized by Architecture for Humanity in Vancouver). In 2010 he established Vostok Design where since 2011 he collaborates on creation of a winning concept for the new head office of the Faculty of Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw.

Wojciech Sumlet - architect, member of the Lesser Poland Institute of Architects, graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at Cracow University of Technology. Currently a PhD candidate in the Department of Shaping the Residential Environment, Faculty of Architecture, CUT. Co-author of many award-winning projects, e.g.: PREFAB 20*20 - Visions for 400 Square Foot Homes, creating the new plan for Plac Nowy in Krakow, new head office of the Faculty of Sculpture at The Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Since 2011, together with Wojtek Gawinowski, he forms the core of Vostok Design.

Workshop brief: This workshop takes place at Villa Decius in Krakow, Poland, on May 7-10, 2012 [see map]. More details to be posted shortly.

   



W8 : Krzysztof Wuzyk, Pawel Zielinski, Architects | MOFO Architekci, Krakow, Poland

MOFO's work ranges from the architectural design and engineering of individual buildings to the master planning. The firm has conceived, designes, and build projects that include corporate offices, commercial, retail & industrial spaces, public and private insititions, recreational and sport facilities and residential permissions. Pawel Zielinski is an uncompromisingly creative architect seeking the best solutions for the tasks which he chooses to take. Krzysztof Wuzyk is a meticulous designer working on details, he is involved in the processes of formation of the documentation. Mofo Architects co-owners for 14 years. www.mofo.pl

Workshop brief: This workshop takes place at Villa Decius in Krakow, Poland, on May 7-10, 2012 [see map]. More details to be posted shortly.

   

W9 : Maciej Siuda, Rodrigo Garcia Gonzalez , Architects | Devebere, Krakow, Poland

Devebere is a project that came out of a collaboration of two architects Maciej Siuda and Rodrigo Garcia in 2011. Their last design, an experimental pavilion made of garbage and air by people, awarded by the French institute of architecture, is going to be presented during the Biennale of Architecture in Venice 2012.

Maciej Siuda graduated with honors from the Faculty of Architecture at Wroclaw University of Technology in 2008. His diploma, XYZ Structure, was awarded in a number of international and national competitions. From 2005 to 2007 he studied at the Faculty of Architecture at University of Technology in Valencia and made an internship at the SQArquitectos office (Valencia), and later in other offices in Madrid, Tokyo and Alicante. Since 2011 he has been developing his independent work, collaborating with various architects and designers form Spain, Poland and Japan. Co- creator of the international workshop of architecture and urbanism: IWAU. Since 2011 he teaches design at the Swietokrzyska University of Technology and developing videogames graphic design for the Foundation of Neurorehabilitaion in Valencia.

Rodrigo Garcia Gonzalez is a Spanish architect and designer. He has studied in Canada, India, Chile and Spain. He received his architectural degree with honors from the ETSAM, Technical University of Madrid. In 2008 he developed a fractal deployable system patent that has been awarded with several international recognitions. www.zipizip.com. His works have been shown in different artistic centres such as the Cite de l'Architecture of Paris and the Venice Biennale of Architecture. As a teacher he has collaborated with different universities and institutions in Colombia, Turkey, Ahmedabad, etc. He also worked as an improvisation actor, and awarded with the Gold Medal in the II Improvisation World Championship celebrated in 2009 Santiago de Chile. He is a postgraduate student at Umea Institute of Design.
www.devebere.com

Workshop brief: This workshop takes place at Villa Decius in Krakow, Poland, on May 7-10, 2012 [see map]. More details to be posted shortly.

 

ECOWEEK 2012 Workshops
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Vasilis Maroulas | ARUP

Senior Consultant Engineer received his Diploma in Mechanical Engineering at NTUA, and M.Sc. in Advanced Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College.

ARUP (UK) Arup is an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists offering a broad range of professional services. Arup brings together broad-minded individuals from a wide range of disciplines and encourages them to look beyond the constraints of their own specialisms. Arup influences many people's lives through its projects. Shaping a sustainable future will be one of the greatest challenges in the 21st century. Arup is rising to the challenge: investing in research, innovating and creating better solutions for its clients and the wider world. The firm is owned in trust on behalf of its staff. The result is an independence of spirit that is reflected in the firm's work, and in its dedicated pursuit of technical excellence. www.arup.com
 

ECOWEEK 2012 Workshops
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THE SITE
SHOOTING RANGE BUILDING, Krakow

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The theme of the workshops is the SHOOTING RANGE premises in Wola Justowska. The historic building of the shooting range moved from one owner to another for many years. With time the building is not used and is decaying. The last plan for re-using the building was withdrawn due to public protest. People in the community have feared that the proposed plan of a large-scale services center would change the peaceful character of the area. However, it is well known and accepted that in order to bring the building back to life, a compromise is necessary to bridge between the investor and the local residents.
HISTORY: The Shooting Range was built in 1887. It has survived two World Wars and the Communist era. During Annexation the building was used for military purposes by the Austrians soldiers, members of Rifle Club, Pilsudski's legionaries. In the mid-War and after The Second World War the building, including the pavilion with centrally situated rotunda belonged to Krakow's garrison. Then the land became the property of the Treasury Department. In 1993 it was listed by the Art Monuments registry. Today it stands abandoned, in a state of ruin.
AIM: The aim of the ECOWEEK WORKSHOPS is to work out a balanced resolution and solution, which brings back to life this historic building while it maintains its architectural and historic value.

GREEN BUILDINGS
Download: PDF guidelines on green buildings
Link More guidelines on green buildings

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SITE INFO
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CLIMATE
Krakow, Poland : Energy Plus files
GUIDES
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About ECOWEEK Workshops

ECOWEEK WORKSHOPS are an integral component of the ECOWEEK International Conference since 2008. Workshops for young architects and students of Architecture have been taking place since 2009.

ECOWEEK Workshops are the international annual high-profile architectural event organized by ECOWEEK, labeled by its participants as 'one of the best programs for young professionals in Europe.' The ECOWEEK 'green' design workshops give the opportunity to young professionals and graduate students of Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Design and Engineering, but also of other professions, to work side by side with established, known or emerging architects, designers, landscape archiects and engineers from around the world, and to learn together the principles of 'green' Architecture and sustainable design.

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