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LAS tarptautinė konferencija „Architektūrinis konkursas“
2018 m. sausio 22 d. | 09:30 - 17:00
Conference “Architectural competition”
22nd of January, Monday. Vilnius, Lithuania
Organizer: Architects Association of Lithuania
CONFERENCE GUESTS BIO‘S
Ruta Leitanaite (Architects Association of Lithuania) architecture critic, publicist, writer, organizer of various architectural events: architecture exhibitions, lectures, workshops, architectural competitions. Educated as an architect. A host of a bi-weekly radio program “An architect is required” (broadcast on Ziniu radijas, Lithuania). Ruta is also collaborating in various national and international projects, contributes to architectural magazines, platforms (including A10 new European architecture) and books.
President of Architects Association of Lithuania since May 2017.
Cilly Jansen (ArchitektuurLokaal; NL) Cilly Jansen studied at the University of Amsterdam and did her masters in the field of architectural history. Up to 1987 she fulfilled various positions in the field of visual arts and architecture (exhibitions, publications). From 1987 until 1993 she was a member of the policy staff at the Foundation Visual arts, Design and Architecture. In 1993 she founded Architectuur Lokaal and is until now managing director of the foundation. Architectuur Lokaal is the independent national knowledge network for architectural policy in The Netherlands.
She coordinates the national helpdesk for competitions concerning the selection of architects and project developers (EU procurement). She participated in several international exchanges on architecture policy and initiated the programme Panorama Europe.
Ph.D. JERZY JACEK GROCHULSKI (International Union of Architects / UIA; PL)
Vicepresident of Association of Polish Architects (2015-2019), Former President of SARP (2006-2012), UIA II Region Council Member since 2011, Co-director of UIA International Competitions Commission since 2014.
Assistant Professor Warsaw University of Technology Department of Architecture since 1989, Vice-Dean at Warsaw University of Technology since 2016.
Since 1990 an owner, designer and partner in „PRO-ARTE 11” Ltd Warsaw, an architecture atelier, specialized in sport facilities, school design and housing.
Member of Chamber of Polish Architects.
Member of Author’s Law Commission Ministry of Culture (1997 -2004), City Architecture and Urban Commission in Warsaw (2000 – 2003) and Governmental Commission of Spatial Planning and Architecture at the Ministry of Infrastructure (2014 – 2016).
Leo van Broeck (Flemish Government Architect; BE) The Flemish Government has appointed a new Government Architect for the next four years. Architect Leo Van Broeck will take up his post on 1 September 2016. Leo Van Broeck is a civil engineer and architect and cofounder of the Brussels architecture office Bogdan & Van Broeck.
Leo Van Broeck graduated as an architect from the University of Leuven in 1981. He started teaching there in 1995 before becoming a professor of architectural and urban design in 2006. He has also been involved as a guest tutor in various architectural programmes and public organizations. In 1997 he established the non-profit organization Stad en Architectuur. In 2007 he and Oana Bogdan founded the architecture firm Bogdan & Van Broeck, an office with a strong focus on research that distinguishes itself through active social engagement. In addition, from 2013 till 2016 Van Broeck has chaired the Royal Federation of Architecture Societies in Belgium (FAB).
The core mission of the Flemish Government Architect is to promote the architectural quality of the built environment. The Flemish Government Architect and his team advise public patrons in the design and realization of buildings, public space, landscape and infrastructure. In addition, the Flemish Government Architect stimulates the development of visions and reflection, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral initiatives. The Flemish Government Architect acts as an advisor to the entire Flemish Government.
Hubert Trammer (A10 new European architecture; PL). Architect. Teacher at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture of Lublin University of Technology. Expert nominating for the European Union Prize for Architecture Mies van der Rohe Award 2015.Member of the juries of the architectural competitions in Poland and abroad – including European Architectural Competition Europan, and the Competition for the best architectural designs and built object in Lithuania 2008-2009. Author of numerous texts on architecture for polish architectural monthly Architektura-murator and A10 new European architecture magazine.
dr inż. arch. Jakub HECIAK (IARP, SARP; PL)
Jakub Heciak (1983) has studied architecture in Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Strasbourg,Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris-Belleville and Cracow University of Technology (CUT). After receiving his diploma in 2007 he starts his doctoral studies at CUT under supervision of Prof. DSc Jacek Gyurkovich. His dissertation on qualitative policies in cooperative housing was successfully defended in 2015. In 2011 he starts his teaching assistance in architectural design at Kielce University of Technology (Poland). In 2016 Jakub was visiting research fellow at ETH-Wohnforum, ETH-Case in Zurich. Now he lecturers at University of Warsaw and is assistant professor at Kielce University of Technology. Scope of his scientific interests particularly focus on affordable and social housing, built-environment quality and practice-oriented teaching. Ongoing research projects analyze sustainable development evolution and housing affordability.
Jakub Heciak his professional experience gained working in French and Polish architectural offices being involved in big mixed-use, office and skyscraper projects, since 2010 he is leading his own practice (Jakub Heciak Architekt). Jakub Heciak is a member of the board and member of competition committee of SARP Kielce division.
Kalle Komissarov (EST) is a freelance Chartered Architect and a member of the Estonian Association of Architects. He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Estonian Academy of Arts in 2000 and the Berlage Institute in the Netherlands in 2006.
Kalle has taught both BA and MA students at the Estonian Academy of Arts, been a member of the supervisory board and the endowment of architecture of the Cultural Endowment of Estonia, worked in various architectural companies and won several awards in architectural competitions. At present he is the Vice-President of the Estonian Association of Architects.
His latest notable achievements include a shortlisting in the architectural competition for the Modern and Contemporary Art Centre in Vilnius with ÖÖ-ÖÖ architects and the victory of the invited architectural competition for a city centre residential building by Skanska with Arhitekt11.
Kalle has written articles for various architectural journals, worked as an editor, given lectures and organised architectural competitions, often participating also in the jury. In the course of all that, he has collected two Annual Architectural Awards of the Estonian Cultural Endowment to crown his mantelpiece.
Ieva Zibarte (A10 new European architecture; LV). Ieva Zibarte is an architect, writer and exhibition curator. After completing her studies in architecture, she has established a rich portfolio of architecture and design writing for national dailies, current affairs and business magazines. As an editor and writer, Ieva has compiled several books on architecture. Her work as a curator has been recognised by winning Latvian National Architecture Prize. Ieva is considered an expert in her field, with numerous appearances on national TV and radio. Currently she is the Head of Exhibitions at the National Library of Latvia and a board member of A10 new European architecture cooperative.