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Events (by time)

  • 21.05.2012 - 23.05.2012
  • Shaping Cities
  • Prague
  • symposium, workshop

Shaping Cities

symposium, workshop is part of project Culburb

  • 10.01.2012 - 31.01.2012
  • CULBURB project: call for entries
  • Central Europe
  • call

CULBURB project: call for entries

call is part of project Culburb


We are inviting artists and architects, as well as other individuals and collectives, to join the Culburb project.
Six locations in Central Europe, representing different forms of suburbia, have been chosen as places for action. In each locality, five acupunctures will be realised. By acupuncture treatment, we understand actions which have long-term impact created with minimal means. Actions may be physical or immaterial, temporary or permanent and should be addressed to local residents.

Chosen teams will get an honorarium of 500 EUR. Costs for traveling and realization will be covered by organizers. Projects can be registered until 10. 01. 2012, all required materials must by sent not later than 31. 01. 2012.

More information can be found at www.culburb.eu

  • 08.12.2011 - 10.12.2011
  • WORKSHOP: Vision for Prague Magistrala
  • Prague
  • workshop

Vision for Prague Magistrala

workshop is part of project Vision for Prague Magistrala

WORKSHOP : Vision for Prague Magistrala, with exhibition about the history of this infrastructural artery.


Program : 8/12/2011 - 10/12/2012 in CCEA Lobby, Karolíny Světlé 31, Praha 1

Thursday 8/12/2011 - Potential of Prague Magistrala
- 16h00 - opening and lecture about the history of Magistrala
- 17h00 - discussion with citizens and public organizations

Friday 9/12/2011 - Talk at five
- 17h00 - discussion about the cooperation of municipalities and public organizations.

Saturday 10/12/2011 - Saturday brunch
- 14h00 - brunch with artist Tomáš Uhnák
- 15h00 - Magistrala seen by kids, discussion... 

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  • 28.10.2011 - 29.10.2011
  • Culburb workshop - Budapest
  • Budapest
  • workshop

WORKSHOP in Budapest

workshop is part of project Culburb

At the end of October, all organizers of the CULBURB project met in Budapest to discuss the futures steps. Representants of selected municipalities came to talk about their location. Different inspirational projects dealing with the topic of suburbanization or acupuncture treatment were presented.


More info http://www.culburb.eu/news/workshop-budapest-/

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  • 22.09.2011
  • WORKSHOP: Prague Magistrala – Public Space for the 21st Century
  • Prague
  • workshop

Transformation of the north-south artery

workshop is part of project Converging Territories

Workshop Prague Magistrala – Public Space for the 21st Century, which is being prepared togeather with the City of Prague as a part of the Converging Territories project, responds to the ill-conceived treating of Magistrala transformation in the last twenty years. Experts, stakeholders and  political opinions, never been confronted and no criteria were established. 
The workshop is structured into three blocks. The first of these introduces the phenomenon of Magistrala as a not only transport, but mainly urban topic. This block is supplemented by examples of successful transformation of infrastructure in the world. The second block deals with the problems of Magistrala from the perspective of experts, developers and NGOs. The third block is allocated to Prague municipal districts, which will focus on specific problems and solutions from local view.
The goal is to show the potential of this axis and to start the debate between experts as well as public  about the possibility of transforming  Magistrala from today’s  highway dividing the city into a lively boulevard.  

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  • 11.05.2011
  • Presentation of Converging Territories in Prague
  • Prague
  • presentation

Presentation of Converging Territories in Prague

presentation is part of project Converging Territories

  • 20.04.2011
  • Presentation of Converging Territories in Prague 2
  • Prague
  • presentation

Presentation of Converging Territories in Prague 2

presentation is part of project Converging Territories

  • 29.03.2011
  • Presentation of Converging Territories in Prague 1
  • Prague
  • presentation

Presentation of Converging Territories in Prague 1

presentation is part of project Converging Territories

  • 19.03.2011 - 02.04.2011
  • Guided Tours of Karel Prager’s Buildings
  • Prague
  • guided tours

Guided Tours of Karel Prager’s Buildings

  • 09.03.2011 - 06.04.2011
  • Discussions – Film Screenings – Guided Tours of the Building for the Exhibiton
  • Prague
  • accompanying programme

Accompanying Programme every Wednesday in the new building of the National Museum

accompanying programme is part of project City above the City – The Vision of Karel Prager

- 9.3. -
6pm . Discussion on Association of Design Studios
guests: Miroslav Masák, Zdeněk Rothbauer 
moderator: Igor Kovačević CCEA
room no. 274

7:30pm . Screening of the film Přestavba budovy Národního shromáždění (1968)
Prager Café restaurant 

- 12.3. -
4:00pm . Guided Tours of the Exhibition
with curators Lenka Lednická and Yvette Vašourková

- 16.3. - 
5:30pm . Guided tour with Pavel Čajka, project manager of the extension

6:00 pm . Discussion on Construction of the former Federal Assembly and patents of Gama Studio
guests: Miloslav Pavlík, Pavel Čajka 
moderator: Radomíra Sedláková
room no. 274

- 23.3. -
6:00pm . Discussion on Megastructures
guests: Miloslav Pavlík, Zbyšek Stýblo, Martin Pánek
moderator: Yvette Vašourková CCEA
room no. 274

- 30.3. -  
5:30pm . Guided tour with Jiří Tesařík, interior designer

6:00pm . Discussion on Interior Design and Art in the Former Federal Assembly
guests: Jiří Tesařík, Jiří Šetlík
moderator: Lenka Lednická CCEA
room no. 274

- 6.4. - 
6:00pm . Screening of the film Přestavba budovy Národního shromáždění (1968)
room no. 274

- 16.4. -
4:00pm . Guided Tours of the Exhibition
with curators Lenka Lednická and Yvette Vašourková

for reservations janeckova@ccea.cz, tel. 222 222 521



The National Museum prepares Extended Guided Tours of the New Building of the National Museum

Every Monday 3:30pm, Wednesday 10:10am and 4:00pm and Thursday 3:30pm.
Saturday and Sunday on reservation only, for 5 persons minimum.

For those guided tours make reservations at vzdelavani@nm.cz or tel. 22 44 97 443 and 22 44 97 444
Meeting at the cash desk, tours in Czech language with English translation.

Tisková zpráva k akci: Discussions – Film Screenings – Guided Tours of the Building for the Exhibiton

  • 25.02.2011 - 17.04.2011
  • City over City – Karel Prager’s Vision
  • Prague
  • exhibition

City over City – Karel Prager’s Vision

Exhibition on display:
25th February 2011 – 17th April 2011

Venue:
National Museum New Edifice
(former building of the Federal Assembly)
1 Vinohradská street, Prague 1

Organiser:
Centre for Central European Architecture (CCEA), www.ccea.cz

Coorganiser:
National Museum, www.nm.cz 

Additional information materials in czech language (press release, exhibition supporting programme, photos):
http://www.edisk.cz/stahni/87671/Mesto_nad_mestem.ZIP_11.57MB.html

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  • 24.02.2011
  • Exhibition opening City above the City - The Vision of Karel Prager
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Exhibition opening City above the City - The Vision of Karel Prager



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  • 14.12.2010 - 21.01.2011
  • Origin, Place, Landscape
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Origin, Place, Landscape.Conception of space in the artworks of Czech-Israeli photographers

exhibition is part of project Origin, Place, Landscape

Exhibition Origin, Place, Landscape. This exhibition will introduce major work of three Israeli photographers of Czech origin - Rudi Weissenstein (1910 – 1992), Tomáš Ungar (1946 – 1997) and Jan Tichý (b. 1974). On display will be photographs which, in a unique way, thematize questions of place, space and landscape. Each artist, moreover, represents one generation of Israeli photographers.

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  • 09.12.2010
  • Urbanity book launch in Berlin
  • Berlin
  • book launch

Urbanity book launch in Berlin

book launch is part of project Urbanity – Twenty Years Later

On December 9th 2010 the CCEA organised a launch of the book „Urbanity – Twenty Years Later“ in Berlin in the bookshop Bücherbogen (www.buecherbogen.com).
We presented the Urbanity project itself, the content of the book and pointed out some of the author's contributions. Guest speakers were Albrecht Göschel (sociologist) and Birgit Klauck (tutor from Berlin).
The target group of this presentation were students of architecture, contributors to the book and architecture/city planning professionals in Berlin.

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  • 10.10.2010 - 12.10.2010
  • City Gallery - Prague Žofín
  • Prague
  • exhibition

City Gallery - Prague Žofín

exhibition is part of project Urbanity – Twenty Years Later

Photographers are critically observing problems in their cities, especially in the social spaces created by recently built architecture. The focus is not on the architecture itself, but more on the space that it has generated – shopping malls draining social life from the city centers, endless parking lots, managerial housing ghettos at the outskirts and cities enclosed between logistic center ramparts.

A traveling exhibition of large scale art photographs was presented in public space on Žofín island in Prague to address a diverse range of inhabitants and visitors of the conference Forum 2000 and activate them to think about their own living environment.

Photographers:

Tomas Pospech -- Prague
Martin Zeman -- Prague
Thomas Kutschker -- Berlin
Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk -- Berlin
Maros Krivy -- Bratislava
Illah Van Oijen -- Bratislava
Kudasz Gabor Arion -- Budapest
Domen Grogl -- Ljubljana
Szymon Roginski - Warsaw
Reiner Riedler -- Vienna
Wolfgang Schneider -- Vienna

Exhibition dates: 10th October 2010 - 14th October 2010, Žofín, Prague

Prepared by: CCEA in 2008-2010
For more information see www.urbanityproject.eu

The second Prague exhibition Urbanity – Twenty Years Later was held during the international conference Forum 2000 in Prague. The Forum 2000 Foundation aims to identify the key issues facing civilization, this year’s Forum 2000 conference theme was “The world we want to live in”, main focus was on architecture and urban planning.

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  • 22.07.2010 - 22.07.2010
  • Summer cultural festival
  • Prague
  • Music, performance, reading

Summer cultural festival

Music, performance, reading is part of project Summer cultural festival

 

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  • 02.07.2010 - 11.07.2010
  • City Gallery - Berlin
  • Berlin
  • exhibition

City Gallery - Berlin

exhibition is part of project Urbanity – Twenty Years Later

Photographers are critically observing problems in their cities, especially in the social spaces reated by recently built architecture. The focus is not on the architecture itself, but more on the space that it has generated – shopping malls draining social life from the city centres, endless parking lots, managerial housing ghettos at the outskirts and cities enclosed between logistic centre ramparts. A travelling exhibition of large scale art photographs is presented in public space on Potsdamer Platz to address as diverse a range of inhabitants as possible and activate them to think about their own living environment.

Photographers:
Tomas Pospech -- Prague
Martin Zeman -- Prague
Thomas Kutschker -- Berlin
Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk -- Berlin
Maros Krivy --Bratislava
Illah Van Oijen -- Bratislava
Kudasz Gabor Arion -- Budapest
Domen Grogl -- Ljubljana
Szymon Roginski - Warsaw
Reiner Riedler -- Vienna
Wolfgang Schneider -- Vienna

Exhibition Opening: 2nd July 2010 Speakers: Igor Kovačević /CCEA/
Prepared by: CCEA in 2008-2010 Coorganisator: DAZ For more information see www.daz.de

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  • 01.04.2010 - 31.12.2010
  • Converging Territories
  • Prague, Paris, Dublin
  • Residence

Converging Territories

Residence is part of project Converging Territories


The project is in the form of a dialogue between selected architects and cities contribute to finding innovative solutions to contemporary problems of cities. The project will take place in Paris, Dublin and Prague. Co-organizers of these cities articulate specific issues to be addressed in the project. In addition to the specific effects of participating cities will project to establish contacts and exchange experiences.


Topics:

Prague
Inner edges

The city core of Prague is famous for its picturesque buildings of all styles, crooked streets and charming alleys, where you can discover and experience a unique genius loci. On the the other hand,
the border of this historical area is very often hard to access and helps to build the Disneyland image of the city center. Historical core thus works as an isolated, conserved island, a tourist attraction cut off from the entire city. This separation is not mental, but it is very often followed by various physical obstacles,
infrastructural corridors - the heritage of the past.

Could this situation be changed by architectural interventions? How could we redefine architectural, infrastructural and public domains at the border between the core and its closest neighborhoods?

Proposals should use the Prague condition as a ground for solution, but at the same time they should focus on the contemporary understanding of the common spaces.

Dublin
Shadowland

The current economic crisis bequeathed a legacy of half finished projects, undeveloped lands in inappropriate locations and ghost estates, complete but unoccupied. Alternative development proposals are required or the same models tweaked to reflect reduced 'market expectations' will be trotted out as solutions. The Dublin proposal is to seek alternative options for dealing with this legacy and reset the paradigm of development in a way that is more
holistic, integrated, flexible, local and intuitive. Proposals, that are
focused as much on Social and Environmental as on Economic Sustainability.
The location is the greater Dublin area in particular the edges and
hinterland of Dublin.

Paris
Paris 10th district is open to Europe thanks to two train stations, Gare du Nord and Gare de l¹Est. A large-scale consultation will soon take place on the new development of this area. This true European territory is a popular place where business men in a hurry and the socially excluded meet. This cohabitation, tolerated so far, will certainly disappear with the reshuffle of spaces around the stations, which also constitute the beginning of large, Haussmann-style avenues. The aim is to reorganize car and pedestrian circulation, station squares, the start of Magenta and Strasbourg boulevards, to transform bus stations, to create a green area next to the Gare de l’Est. In short, this plan will induce a true revolution for the district in the coming years, including controversies. The applicant will enter the battlefield alongside experts, users, decision-makers, urban planners and architects, and will take part to public debates. This residence proposes an immersion within the core of a district, reflecting on real community needs. The applicant will not deal with all issues, but will define his/her own field of action.

  • 03.12.2009 - 06.12.2009
  • Workshop II
  • Prague
  • workshop

Workshop II

workshop is part of project Urbanity – Twenty Years Later

Four-day workshop continuing work of the semester 50 students of architecture from the seven participating schools. 

3/12/2009 Presentation of projects of individual teams 
4.12.2009 10:00 Round Table Future of cities CE / Urbanity / 
                 18:30 Public lecture by the Belgian writer and philosopher Lieven de Cautera Heterotopia revisited 
                 Working in groups 
5/12/2009 Presentation of the workshops 
6/12/2009 Excursion

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  • 01.12.2009 - 15.02.2010
  • Heated Archetypes
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Heated Archetypes

exhibition is part of project Heated Archetypes

Exhibition of young Slovak artist, finalists of Jindřich Chalupecký 2009 Award, Tomáš Džadoň. The installations in their mixes elements of folk architecture, socialist modernism and contemporary times. Linking elements in unexpected combinations creates an absurd collages often spatially disorienting the viewer.

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  • 23.09.2009 - 15.10.2009
  • City Gallery - Ljubljana
  • Ljubljana
  • exhibition

City Gallery - Ljubljana

exhibition is part of project Urbanity

Photographers are critically observing problems in their cities, especially in the social spaces created by recently built architecture. The focus is not on the architecture itself, but more on the space that it has generated – shopping malls draining social life from the city centres, endless parking lots, managerial housing ghettos at the outskirts and cities enclosed between logistic centre ramparts. A travelling exhibition of large scale art photographs will be presented in public space park.

Photographers:
Tomas Pospech -- Prague
Martin Zeman -- Prague
Thomas Kutschker -- Berlin
Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk -- Berlin
Maros Krivy --Bratislava
Illah Van Oijen -- Bratislava
Kudasz Gabor Arion -- Budapest
Domen Grogl -- Ljubljana
Szymon Roginski - Warsaw
Reiner Riedler -- Vienna
Wolfgang Schneider -- Vienna

Exhibition Opening: 23th September 2009, Gallery Vžigalica, Museum & Galleries of Ljubljana
Prepared by: CCEA in 2008-2010
Coorganisators: KUD C3
For more information see www.urbanityproject.eu

Ljublana exhibition took place 24.9 in Vžigalica gallery /Museum & Galleries of Ljubljana, Trg francoske revolucije 7, Ljubljana/ in cooperation with KUD C3 /Boštjan Bugarič/, who introduced the project and the exhibition. Exhibition was enriched by the speech of artist and curator Yane Calovski /Macedonia/, Ula Schneider /Vienna/, Progettozeropiu /Italy/. Lecture by theoretician and curator Elke Krasný opened the discussion wit questions such as…what do urban curators do? How does the art field change by becoming part of the interest struggles and powerplays of urban space? What does locationality and identity construction have to do with artistic practices of (re) appropriating space, discovering other narratives of urban histories? Luka Bogovčič and Sarah Lunaček supported the whole program with video. In Ljubljana was the project supported by the Municipality of Ljubljana, Ministry of Culture of RS, Museum & Galleries of Ljubljana, and Gallery Vžigalica.

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  • 07.08.2009 - 01.09.2009
  • City Gallery - Warsaw
  • Warsaw
  • exhibition

City Gallery - Warsaw

exhibition is part of project Urbanity

Photographers are critically observing problems in their cities, especially in the social spaces created by recently built architecture. The focus is not on the architecture itself, but more on the space that it has generated – shopping malls draining social life from the city centres, endless parking lots, managerial housing ghettos at the outskirts and cities enclosed between logistic centre ramparts.

A travelling exhibition of large scale art photographs will be presented in public space park im. Zeromskiego in Warsaw to address as diverse a range of inhabitants as possible and activate them to think about their own living environment.

Photographers:

Tomas Pospech -- Prague
Martin Zeman -- Prague
Thomas Kutschker -- Berlin
Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk -- Berlin
Maros Krivy --Bratislava
Illah Van Oijen -- Bratislava
Kudasz Gabor Arion -- Budapest
Domen Grogl -- Ljubljana
Szymon Roginski - Warsaw
Reiner Riedler -- Vienna
Wolfgang Schneider -- Vienna

Exhibition Opening: 6th August 2009


Prepared by: CCEA in 2008-2010
Coorganisators: MIastosfera, OSSA
For more information see www.urbanityproject.eu

Exhibition in Warsaw took place August 6th in Park im Stefana Żeromskiego. The weather wasn’t so good, but there were a lot of people, who live in modernistic Żoliborz area and are quite interested in improving it. The opening started with the introduction of the project by Igor Kovacevic. Then there was interesting speech about the current projects in Warsaw and the transformation of the city by vicepresident of Warsaw. Burmistrz Dzielnicy Żoliborz Janusz Warakomski said a few words about Żoliborz district and ites history and future plans and last but not least Tomasz Duda from Miastosfera organization informed about their current projects focusing on helping to improve the public environment. After the opening the press conference followed and Igor Kovacevic and Tomasz Duda did an interview for the radio and newspapers.


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  • 23.07.2009 - 23.07.2009
  • Bratislava 3000
  • Bratislava
  • diskussion

Bratislava 3000

diskussion is part of project Urbanity

Public Debate - Bratislava 3000 "We did not expess ourselves to Bratisalava´s future yet" place: Botel Marina, Nábrežie arm. gen. L. Svobodu, Bratislava guests: Matej Jaššo Pavel Šimove Mira Keratová Andrej Ferko Michal Hladký Roman Pekarík Ondrej Lbmtovič Presenting: Zuzana Duchová, Monika Lacková Prepared by: Kulturný Kontaktný Bod Slovensko, Centrum Komunitného rozvoja a CCEA in 2009

  • 14.07.2009 - 03.08.2009
  • City Gallery - Bratislava
  • Bratislava
  • exhibition

City Gallery - Bratislava

exhibition is part of project Urbanity

Photographers are critically observing problems in their cities, especially in the social spaces created by recently built architecture. The focus is not on the architecture itself, but more on the space that it has generated – shopping malls draining social life from the city centres, endless parking lots, managerial housing ghettos at the outskirts and cities enclosed between logistic centre ramparts.

A travelling exhibition of large scale art photographs will be presented in public space in Hviezdoslavovo Namestie in Bratislava to address as diverse a range of inhabitants as possible and activate them to think about their own living environment.
Photographers:

Tomas Pospech -- Prague
Martin Zeman -- Prague
Thomas Kutschker -- Berlin
Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk -- Berlin
Maros Krivy --Bratislava
Illah Van Oijen -- Bratislava
Kudasz Gabor Arion -- Budapest
Domen Grogl -- Ljubljana
Szymon Roginski - Warsaw
Reiner Riedler -- Vienna
Wolfgang Schneider -- Vienna

Exhibition Opening: 13th June 2009
Projection of Student´s research, Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Hviezdoslavovo námestie, Bratislava

Prepared by: CCEA in 2008-2010
Coorganisators: Centrum Komunitného Rozvoja, Kulturný Kontaktný Bod Slovensko
For more information see www.urbanityproject.eu

Exhibition in Bratislava took place July 13th at Hviezdoslavovo square. The weather was excellent, so there was a huge audience for this open-air event. The opening started with introduction of the project by Igor Kovacevic and Zuzana Duchová from Kulturny kontaktny bod - local support. The main architect of Bratislava city Stefan Slachta spoke about the contemporary development and urbanistic projects for Bratislava. The participant of the project photographer Illah van Oijen described the cultural atmosphere of the city, where she has moved several years ago and to which she is still a bit foreign. After the introduction there was a short public discussion whether the last developments in Bratislava were successful and about upcoming developers projects. Then some of the audience moved to Vysoká škola výtvarných umení /Hviezdoslavovo námestie 18/, where URBANITY tutor Imro Vaško with his students introduced the projects on which they were working the last semester.

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  • 22.06.2009 - 22.06.2009
  • Urbanity project debate
  • Budapest
  • discussion

Urbanity project debate

discussion is part of project Urbanity

Public discussion on the occasion of Urbanity exhibition in Budapest led by lectors and students of Technical University of Budapest.
Topic: Development of urban design and architecture in today´s Budapest

Speakers: György Alföldi
Sándor Pályfy
Bálint Kádár

Organiser: Budapest Kör, CCEA
www.urb.bme.hu, www.ccea.cz

  • 16.06.2009 - 06.07.2009
  • City Gallery - Budapest
  • Budapest
  • exhibition

City Gallery - Budapest

exhibition is part of project Urbanity

Photographers are critically observing problems in their cities, especially in the social spaces created by recently built architecture. The focus is not on the architecture itself, but more on the space that it has generated – shopping malls draining social life from the city centres, endless parking lots, managerial housing ghettos at the outskirts and cities enclosed between logistic centre ramparts.

A travelling exhibition of large scale art photographs will be presented in public space  to address as diverse a range of inhabitants as possible and activate them to think about their own living environment.
Photographers:

Tomas Pospech -- Prague
Martin Zeman -- Prague
Thomas Kutschker -- Berlin
Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk -- Berlin
Maros Krivy --Bratislava
Illah Van Oijen -- Bratislava
Kudasz Gabor Arion -- Budapest
Domen Grogl -- Ljubljana
Szymon Roginski - Warsaw
Reiner Riedler -- Vienna
Wolfgang Schneider -- Vienna

Exhibition Opening: 9th April 2009
Opening speach by: Igor Kovacevic /CCEA/, Sándor Pálfy DLA /Head of the Department of Urban Design, Technical University of Budapest/
Discussion about the project Urbanity - Twenty Years Later - György Alföldi, Bálint Kádár, students of Technical University of Budapest
Projection, Presentation

Prepared by: CCEA in 2008-2010
Coorganizator: Kortárs Építészeti Központis
For more information see www.urbanityproject.eu

The opening of the exhibition Urbanity – Twenty Years Later was held in Milenáris park on 15th June at 19 o´clock under the auspice of Mayor of Budapest Mr. Gábor Demszky. At the beginning Igor Kovačevič presented the project and concept of the exhibition. The exhibition was supported by the presentation of the student  projects which are part of Urbanity Research Project. After the student presentation a public discussion lead by Sándor Pálfy (DLA) from Department of Urbanism at Budapest Technical University took place in “Outdoor theatre”. The main topic of the discussion was current urbanistic situation and problems connected to urban sprawl and infrastructure in Budapest and other Central European cities. Guests of the discussion were Bálint Kádár – tutor of the students participating on the project, Igor Kovačević – organizer of the project, professors of the Technical University in Budapests and students. After the discussion public there was little refreshment and the guests moved to the space where the exhibition was located.


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  • 15.05.2009 - 04.06.2009
  • City Gallery - Vienna
  • Vienna
  • exhibition

City Gallery - Vienna

exhibition is part of project Urbanity

Photographers are critically observing problems in their cities, especially in the social spaces created by recently built architecture. The focus is not on the architecture itself, but more on the space that it has generated – shopping malls draining social life from the city centres, endless parking lots, managerial housing ghettos at the outskirts and cities enclosed between logistic centre ramparts.

A travelling exhibition of large scale art photographs is presented in public space on Karlsplatz /Charles Square/ to address as diverse a range of inhabitants as possible and activate them to think about their own living environment.

Photographers:

Tomas Pospech -- Prague
Martin Zeman -- Prague
Thomas Kutschker -- Berlin
Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk -- Berlin
Maros Krivy --Bratislava
Illah Van Oijen -- Bratislava
Kudasz Gabor Arion -- Budapest
Domen Grogl -- Ljubljana
Szymon Roginski - Warsaw
Reiner Riedler -- Vienna
Wolfgang Schneider -- Vienna

Exhibition Opening: 14th April 2009
Speakers: Igor Kovačević /CCEA/, Kurt Smetana /Leiter der Gebietsbetreuung im 16. Bezirk/, Wolfgang Schneider /author of photographs/


Prepared by: CCEA in 2008-2010
Coorganisator: Soho in Ottakring
For more information see www.urbanityproject.eu

The exhibition in the public space in Vienna took place in co-operation with Viennese organization Soho in Otakring.The exposed space on the Square Karlsplatz remained there for 3 weeks was the centre of informal discussions and meetings under the patronage of the city mayor.The opening of the exhibition Urbanity – Twenty Years Later was held in Karlsplatz on 14th May at 19 o´clock under the auspice of Mayor of Vienna Mr. Klaus Wowereit. In the beginning Kurt Smetana from Leiter der Gebietsbetreuung Stadterneuerung im 16. Bezirk gave a speech about the influence of politics on the development of the cities, and importance of the student research giving new ideas and possibilities into the whole process of communication between architects, urbanists and politicians. Afterwards, organizer Igor Kovačević from CCEA presented the project and concept of the exhibition. Wolfgang Schneider, photograph participating in the exhibition gave his observations on the cities he was working on, and his experience as a cititizen of Vienna. Last but not least, was the speech by our local coorganizer Ulla Schneider about the contemporary cultural sphere in Vienna. The Exhibition Opening ended with informal discussion which took place after the speeches. Unfortunately the rainy weather didn´t allow the further
extension of the programme.

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  • 24.04.2009 - 02.05.2009
  • Workshop I / Public Lectures
  • Prague
  • workshop, lectures, discussion

Workshop I

workshop, lectures, discussion is part of project Urbanity

Identity of the city
Projective analysis of history, topography, sociology of the city, its visions and strategies

April 24–May 3. 2009
National Gallery Prague, Veletržní palác, Dukelských hrdinů 47, 170 00 Prague 7, www.ngprague.cz


First Urbanity workshop, based on comparative analysis, should bring us to the understanding how to read contemporary cities, and to look for the relevant approach. During projective part we will focus on issues as: what does the city represent today, what is the role of the capital in today Europe, what is the relation between Central European capitals etc. Through the project we will look for the proposals that will step by step lead us to future perspectives of the Central European Capitals.


Sat 25. 4. 2009 Tomáš Valena, The Place of the City – between Image and Identity
Sun 26. 4. 2009 Mariusz Czepczynski, Urban semiotics: meaning and form of Central European Cities
Mon 27. 4. 2009 Jiří Hrůza: Urbanistic Archetypes
Tue 28. 4. 2009 Miroslav Marcelli: Towards Urban Anthropology
Thu 30. 4. 2009 Christian Teckert: Curated Cities. On the contradictions and conflicting realities of city-marketing and image production in European cities
Fri 1. 5. 2009 Elia Zenghelis: The Immeuble Cité
Sat 2. 5. 2009 presentation of workshop results

Organiser: Centre for Central European Architecture
Initiator: MOBA, platforma pro architekturu
Research partners:
České vysoké učení technické v Praze / Czech Technical University in Prague
Technische Universität Berlin / Technical University in Berlin
Budapesti Műszaki és Gazdaságtudományi Egyetem / Technical University of Budapest
Vysoká škola výtvarných umení v Bratislave / Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava
Univerza v Ljubljani / University of Ljubljana
Politechnika Warszawska / Warsaw University of Technology
Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien / Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna


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  • 10.04.2009 - 02.05.2009
  • City Gallery - Prague
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Urbanity - Twenty Years Later

exhibition is part of project Urbanity – Twenty Years Later

Photographers are critically observing problems in their cities, especially in the social spaces created by recently built architecture. The focus is not on the architecture itself, but more on the space that it has generated – shopping malls draining social life from the city centres, endless parking lots, managerial housing ghettos at the outskirts and cities enclosed between logistic centre ramparts.

A travelling exhibition of large scale art photographs will be presented in public space in Kampa Park in Prague to address as diverse a range of inhabitants as possible and activate them to think about their own living environment.
Photographers:

Tomas Pospech -- Prague
Martin Zeman -- Prague
Thomas Kutschker -- Berlin
Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk -- Berlin
Maros Krivy --Bratislava
Illah Van Oijen -- Bratislava
Kudasz Gabor Arion -- Budapest
Domen Grogl -- Ljubljana
Szymon Roginski - Warsaw
Reiner Riedler -- Vienna
Wolfgang Schneider -- Vienna

Exhibition Opening: 9th April 2009
Happening Kampa: 25th April 2009,park Kampa, Praha; Theme - The Last Changes and Development of the City - The Role of Art in City
Exhibition Closing Garden Party: 2nd May 2009

Prepared by: CCEA in 2008-2010
For more information see www.urbanityproject.eu

The Prague premiere of the exhibition Urbanity – Twenty Years Later took place on the attractive public place – the park in Kampa in co-operation with the city district Prague 1. The opening of the exhibition took part during the rchitecture congress EFAP in Prague, on which attended almost 250 European architects, and due to that fact the project acquired official professional status. The public park often visited by tourists and inhabitants of the city was smothered by critical photographies, confronting the spired metropolis of precious historic panorama with negative globalization development within the growth of the cities and new urban spaces. The CCEA estimates, that the number of exhibition visitors was minimally 20 000, as the project has begun in early summer months and was acompanied by nice weather.

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  • 27.03.2009 - 08.05.2009
  • Generation+
  • Berlin
  • exhibition

Generation+

exhibition is part of project Generation+

The research project of CCEA maps the opinions and work of front
persons of Czech architecture on the background of socio-political
change in last 50 years. Conceptions of the exhibition consciously
refuse the strategy of presenting architecture in a form of successful
realizations, professionally polished photos, visualizations and
projections. The focus of attentions is the architects personality: his
approach, notions and opinions on creation process, situation in the
business and conditions in which he creates the architecture. Recording
the authentic enunciations of architects the authors of the project try
to build the base of oral history of Czech architecture from 1970´s to
the present.

The exhibition Generation+ was introduced as a part
of the event ARCHICZECH, a festival taking place within the Czech presidency of the European Union 2009 in Berlin.


date: March 27 – May 5, 2009

place: Deutsches Architektur Zentrum DAZ, Köpenicker Strasse 48/49, Berlin

project prepared by: CCEA in 2006–2007

organizer of the exhibition in Berlin: DAZ /www.daz.de/, Architectura,

concept of Archiczech: Jaroslav Frágner Gallery /www.gjf.cz/
partners: Czech Center Berlin, Transmedia

  • 18.02.2009 - 18.03.2009
  • Generation+
  • Budapest
  • exhibition

Generation+

exhibition is part of project Generation+

The research project of CCEA maps the opinions and work of front persons of Czech architecture on the background of socio-political change in last 50 years. Conceptions of the exhibition consciously refuse the strategy of presenting architecture in a form of successful realizations, professionally polished photos, visualizations and projections. The focus of attentions is the architects personality: his approach, notions and opinions on creation process, situation in the business and conditions in which he creates the architecture. Recording the authentic enunciations of architects the authors of the project try to build the base of oral history of Czech architecture from 1970´s to the present.

date: February 18 – March 18, 2009
place: Czech Centre Budapest, Szegfű street 4, 1063 Budapest VI
project prepared by: CCEA in 2006–2007
concept of Archiczech: Jaroslav Frágner Gallery /www.gjf.cz/
partners: Czech Centre Budapest

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  • 01.01.2009
  • Urbanity – twenty years later
  • Central Europe
  • city research

Urbanity – Twenty Years Later

city research is part of project Urbanity – Twenty Years Later

research project 2009–2010
cities: Prague – Berlin – Bratislava – Budapest – Ljubljana – Warsaw – Vienna
people: architects – politicians – photographers – art theorists – sociologist – artists – inhabitants
processes and outcomes: research – exhibitions – workshops – forum – book
Project reacts to the radical changes in a city landscape over the last twenty years. Architects, culture managers, sociologists, artists and other experts from seven European capitals critically react to the globalization of urban space as a form of the new European totality. Connecting the Central European capitals the project creates critical platform for the reflection of contemporary situation of urban space and for formulation of its future perspectives. Today, twenty years after the revolutions, when we joined the way of democracy and capitalism, comes the right time to review the development of cities and life space in terms of “new” Europe.
Urbanity contribution:
- critical view at cities through the media of art photography
- mapping, comparing and evaluating qualities of seven Central European capitals on the background of political changes
- new visions of Central European capitals and their role in the “new“ Europe

  • 30.11.2007 - 30.11.2009
  • City Visions Europe
  • Europe
  • city research

City Visions Europe European Exchange Program, 2008-2010 Bordeaux – Kosice – Mechelen – Pilsen

city research is part of project City Visions Europe

The 18-month program City Visions Europe, running from autumn 2008 to spring 2010, is focused on the role of architectural speculations in relation to evolution of the European city. It will provoke public debate on the future of four distinct European cities: Kosice (Slovakia), Bordeaux (France), Mechelen (Belgium) and Pilsen (Czech Republic). All four cities have been candidates to become European Capital of Culture, a rotating title that highlights the cultural program of a European city during an entire year to stimulate the structural and sustainable development of the city. In light of the tendency towards a generic and global architecture for generic and global cities, City Visions Europe focuses on the specific question of the European city.

Eight architectural practices, under the direction of Centre for Architectural Research & Development 's design research team, will develop perspectives for the four concerned cities, while exchanging with local and international experts, policy makers and citizens through a series of workshops. These propositions will be presented to a professional audience, as well as the general public, during a series of city-wide events in all four cities to take place at the end of 2009. This will be followed a series of public presentations and roundtable discussion aimed at provoking both a local and international debate about these cities and the European city in general. The program will be realized in collaboration with Arc-en-Rêve Centre d'Architecture in Bordeaux, France; the Flemish Architecture Institute in Antwerp, Belgium; MMMechelen vzw in Mechelen, Belgium; and the Centre for Central European Architecture in Prague, Czech Republic.

Project initiator and coordinator:
Berlage Institute – Centre for Architectural Research & Development (BI-CARD),
Botersloot 25, 3011 HE Rotterdam, The Netherlands
www.berlage-institute.nl

Joachim Declerck, project curator, jdeclerck@berlage-institute.nl
Roeland Dudal, project coordination, rdudal@berlage-institute.nl
Martino Tattara, design research, mtattara@berlage-institute.nl

Project coordinator – Czech Republic and Slovakia:
Centre for Central European Architecture (CCEA),
U Půjčovny 4, 110 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic

Czech Republic: Luba Hédlová, local project coordinator, hedlova@ccea.cz,
Slovakia: Zuzana Bodnárová, local project coordinator, bodnarova@ccea.cz

  • 23.07.2008 - 31.08.2008
  • Big Deal – In Search of "Great Commission"
  • Brno
  • exhibition

Big Deal – In Search for a “Great Commission”

exhibition is part of project Big Deal

The multimedia Big Deal project introduces the young generation of architects from the Czech Republic and their breakthrough contracts. The composition of participating studios unveils the diversity of domestic scene and distorts the stereotype picture of the linear Czech architecture development.
date: July 23 – August 31, 2008
place: The House of Lords of Kunštát, 1st floor, Dominikánská 9, Brno
project prepared by: CCEA in 2006
partner of the exhibition in Brno: The Brno House of Arts (www.dum-umeni.cz )

Tisková zpráva k akci: Big Deal – In Search of "Great Commission"

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  • 27.05.2008
  • Michal Illner: What is and what could be the future of panel housing?
  • Prague
  • lecture

lecture is part of project Crumpled Paper


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  • 21.05.2008
  • Stefan Forster: Metamorphoses of panel housing
  • Prague
  • lecture

lecture is part of project Crumpled Paper


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  • 16.05.2008
  • Presentation
  • Belgrade
  • debate and book lounge

Young Blood Export – 2nd Debate

debate and book lounge is part of project Young Blood EXPORT

What does motivate an architect to make public education of his profession? How is it possible to present the architecture? And why? Invited architects participating on the Young Blood project represented several possibilities how “to make” the presentation under the central European conditions. Second meeting of Young Blood Export about the theme presentation of the architect is a response to the claim of Hans Ibelings, editor in chief of the magazine A10, which has been expressed during the pilot discussion from the cycle Young Blood Export – 1st Debate – Central European Positions in Architekturzentrum Wien (May 15, 2007) about the incapability and low efficiency of young Central European architects to present themselves and their profession in relation to the public.

Lecturers:
Barbara Wolf, Julien De Smedt Architects, Denmark:
Known and New Architecture Presentations Strategies Development

Irakli Eristavi, Martin Jančok, zerozero, Slovakia:
Cmyk Story

Michael Obrist, Richard Scheich, feld 72, Austria:
Architecture Activism

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  • 24.04.2008 - 18.05.2008
  • Young Blood EXPORT
  • Belgrade
  • exhibition

Young Blood Export – Slip-Slop

exhibition is part of project Young Blood EXPORT

Mapping the youngest architectonic scene in the region of Central Europe, which took place in 2003–2007 within the project Young Blood, led to the object called Young Blood Export, accompanied by discussions and lectures. The space object is actually a compression of twelve installations from Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, and Austria. They respond to various questions of the existence of national forms of architecture in particular states of the region, as well as questions of possible interpretations of relationships between given states with post-communist tradition and new global partner from the West. Central European identity does not dogmatically act in the project, there is no nostalgic allusion. It is the platform for defining the space, in which we live and create. Author of the Slip-Slop object is Michal Moravčík, Slovak visual artist.

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  • 23.04.2008 - 18.05.2008
  • Big Deal – In Search of "Great Commission"
  • Belgrade
  • exhibition

Big Deal – In Search for a “Great Commission”

exhibition is part of project Big Deal

The multimedia Big Deal project introduces the young generation of architects from the Czech Republic and their breakthrough contracts. The composition of participating studios unveils the diversity of domestic scene and distorts the stereotype picture of the linear Czech architecture development.
Project Big Deal takes part in the event Czech Architecture Marathon in Bratislava
(April 17 – May 18, 2008).
date: April 23 – May 18, 2008
place: MEDIUM Gallery, Hviezdoslavovo square 18, Bratislava, Slovakia
project prepared by: CCEA in 2006
partner of the exhibition in Bratislava: MEDIUM Gallery http://www.vsvu.sk/galeria_medium/

Tisková zpráva k akci: Big Deal – In Search of "Great Commission"

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  • 18.04.2008 - 09.05.2008
  • Generation+
  • Belgrade
  • exhibition

Generation+

exhibition is part of project Generation+

The research project of CCEA maps the opinions and work of front persons of Czech architecture on the background of socio-political change in last 50 years. Conceptions of the exhibition consciously refuse the strategy of presenting architecture in a form of successful realizations, professionally polished photos, visualizations and projections. The focus of attentions is the architects personality: his approach, notions and opinions on creation process, situation in the business and conditions in which he creates the architecture. Recording the authentic enunciations of architects the authors of the project try to build the base of oral history of Czech architecture from 1970´s to the present.
The exhibition Generation+ was introduced as a part of the event Marathon of Czech Architecture in Bratislava, April 17 – May 18, 2008.
date: April 18 – May 9, 2008
place: House of Arts, National Culture Centre, SNP Square 12, Bratislava
project prepared by: CCEA in 2006–2007
partner of the exhibition in Bratislava: House of Arts, National Culture Centre,
www.nocka.sk

Tisková zpráva k akci: Generation+

  • 17.04.2008 - 18.05.2008
  • Marathon of Czech Architecture in Bratislava
  • Belgrade
  • event

Marathon of Czech Architecture in Bratislava, April 17 – May 18, 2008

event is part of project


Tisková zpráva k akci: Marathon of Czech Architecture in Bratislava

  • 03.04.2008
  • Guilds and Architecture Groups
  • Brno
  • debate

Guilds and Architecture Groups

debate is part of project Generation+

  • 27.03.2008
  • Relation Master and Scholar
  • Brno
  • debate

Relation Master and Scholar

debate is part of project Generation+

  • 20.03.2008
  • Political Background of Architecture
  • Brno
  • debate

Political Background of Architecture

debate is part of project Generation+

  • 13.03.2008
  • Pavel Liška, Magdalena Jetelová and Peter Noever
  • Prague
  • debate

Pavel Liška and his guests: Magdalena Jetelová and Peter Noever

debate is part of project Start Architecture

Start Architecture – lecture cycle
A cycle focused on observing approaches to architectonic education at high schools not only in Czech Republic and to evaluation of actual situation in the field, continues in academic year 2007/2008. To the topic speak top representative persons from Czech universities where architecture is taught and their guests. The third evening focused on connection between architecture and visual art was lead art historian Pavel Liška, principal of AAAD in Prague, who invited visual and landscape artist Magdalena Jetelová (www.jetelova.de) and headmaster of Vienna art center MAK Peter Noever (www.peternoever.at)
date: March 13, 2008, 7 pm
place: Roxy / NoD, Dlouhá 33, Praha 1 –www.roxy.cz
project prepared by: CCEA in 2007–2008

Tisková zpráva k akci: Pavel Liška, Magdalena Jetelová and Peter Noever

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  • 12.03.2008 - 13.04.2008
  • Generation+
  • Brno
  • exhibition

Generation+

exhibition is part of project Generation+

The research project of CCEA maps the opinions and work of front persons of Czech architecture on the background of socio-political change in last 50 years. Conceptions of the exhibition consciously refuse the strategy of presenting architecture in a form of successful realizations, professionally polished photos, visualizations and projections. The focus of attentions is the architects personality: his approach, notions and opinions on creation process, situation in the business and conditions in which he creates the architecture. Recording the authentic enunciations of architects the authors of the project try to build the base of oral history of Czech architecture from 1970´s to the present.
date: April 12 – May 13, 2008
place: The Brno House of Arts, House of the Lords of Kunštát,
Dominikánská 9, Brno
project prepared by: CCEA in 2006–2007
partner of the exhibition in Brno: The Brno House of Arts,– www.dum-umeni.cz

Tisková zpráva k akci: Generation+

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  • 14.02.2008
  • Bořek Šípek, Jan Hřebejk and Jakub Patočka
  • Prague
  • debate

Bořek Šípek and his guests: Jakub Patočka and Jan Hřebejk

debate is part of project Start Architecture

Start Architecture – lecture cycle
A cycle focused on observing approaches to architectonic education at high schools not only in Czech Republic and to evaluation of actual situation in the field, continues in academic year 2007/2008. To the topic speak top representative persons from Czech universities where architecture is taught and their guests. The second evening focused on ethical aspect of a profession was lead by architect and designer Bořek Šípek, dean of Faculty of architecture of Technical University in Liberec. He invited for the discussion sociologist Jakub Patočka and film-director Jan Hřebejk.
date: February 14, 2008, 7 pm
place: Roxy / NoD, Dlouhá 33, Praha 1 –www.roxy.cz
project prepared by: CCEA in 2007–2008

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  • 05.12.2007
  • Zdeněk Zavřel, Irena Fialová and Lukáš Kohl
  • Prague
  • debate

Zdeněk Zavřel and his guests: Irena Fialová and Lukáš Kohl

debate is part of project Start Architecture

Start Architecture – lecture cycle
A cycle focused on observing approaches to architectonic education at high schools not only in Czech Republic and to evaluation of actual situation in the field, continues in academic year 2007/2008. To the topic speak top representative persons from Czech universities where architecture is taught and their guests. The second year was started with an evening with Zdeněk Zavřel, dean of FA CTU in Prague. He invited for a discussion Irena Fialová, founder of Zlatý řez publishing, and Lukáš Kohl, young architect and architect theorist.
date: December 5, 2007, 7 pm
place: Roxy / NoD, Dlouhá 33, Praha 1 –www.roxy.cz
project prepared by: CCEA in 2007–2008

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  • 16.11.2007 - 20.01.2008
  • Generation 40+
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Generation 40+

exhibition is part of project Generation+

Architects in RSTS. Dialogue of Contemporary Living – exhibition and lecture cycle
Project based on a principle of communication between architects and the general public. Its aim is to present the architecture to an ordinary client: show him what possibilities are there and start a dialogue about contemporary living not only in Czech Republic. Within the frame of the project there were realized 3 exhibitions of actual flat production in Czech area – Family Houses, Housing Projects, Reconstructions, Extensions, Superstructures. The cycle was in the year 2007 extended by presenting exhibitions form the research project of CCEA Generation+, targeting the significant persons of Czech architecture on background of socio-political transformation in last 50 years. During the second exhibition there was presented nineteen architects of the generation 40+.
date: November 16, 2006 – January 20, 2007
place: Raiffeisen stavební spořitelna
(Raiffeisen Building Society Savings Bank, RSTS), Koněvova 99, Praha 3
project prepared by: CCEA in 2006
cooperation: RSTS –www.rsts.cz

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  • 15.11.2007
  • Günter Katherl (Caramel)
  • Prague
  • lecture

Günter Katherl, Caramel

lecture is part of project Dialog of Contemporary Living

Architects in RSTS. Dialogue of Contemporary Living – exhibition and lecture cycle
Project based on a principle of communication between architects and the general public. Its aim is to present the architecture to an ordinary client: show him what possibilities are there and start a dialogue about contemporary living not only in Czech Republic. Within the frame of the project there were realized 3 exhibitions of actual flat production in Czech area – Family Houses, Housing Projects, Reconstructions, Extensions, Superstructures. The cycle was in the year 2007 extended by presenting exhibitions form the research project of CCEA Generation+, targeting the significant persons of Czech architecture on background of socio-political transformation in last 50 years. Part of the project was a series of six lectures and discussions with the best Austrian architects, which was followed through with presenting Günter Katherl, one of founders of studio Caramel from Vienna (www.caramel.at).
date: November 15, 2007, 6 pm
place: Raiffeisen stavební spořitelna
(Raiffeisen Building Society Savings Bank, RSTS), Koněvova 99, Praha 3
project prepared by: CCEA in 2007
cooperation: RSTS –www.rsts.cz

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  • 01.06.2007 - 09.09.2007
  • Generation 50+
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Generation 50+

exhibition is part of project Generation+

Architects in RSTS. Dialogue of Contemporary Living – exhibition and lecture cycle
Project based on a principle of communication between architects and the general public. Its aim is to present the architecture to an ordinary client: show him what possibilities are there and start a dialogue about contemporary living not only in Czech Republic. Within the frame of the project there were realized 3 exhibitions of actual flat production in Czech area – Family Houses, Housing Projects, Reconstructions, Extensions, Superstructures. The cycle was in the year 2007 extended by presenting exhibitions form the research project of CCEA Generation+, targeting the significant persons of Czech architecture on background of socio-political transformation in last 50 years. The first exhibition presented 16 architects of a generation 50+.
date: June 6 – September 9, 2007
place: Raiffeisen stavební spořitelna
(Raiffeisen Building Society Savings Bank, RSTS), Koněvova 99, Praha 3
project prepared by: CCEA in 2006–2007
cooperation: RSTS – www.rsts.cz

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  • 31.05.2007
  • Michael Obrist, Richard Scheich (feld72)
  • Prague
  • lecture

Michael Obrist, Richard Scheich: feld72 aims Prague

lecture is part of project Dialog of Contemporary Living

Architects in RSTS. Dialogue of Contemporary Living – exhibition and lecture cycle
Project based on a principle of communication between architects and the general public. Its aim is to present the architecture to an ordinary client: show him what possibilities are there and start a dialogue about contemporary living not only in Czech Republic. Within the frame of the project there were realized 3 exhibitions of actual flat production in Czech area – Family Houses, Housin Projects, Reconstructions, Extensions, Superstructures. The cycle was in the year 2007 extended by presenting exhibitions form the research project of CCEA Generation+, targeting the significant persons of Czech architecture on background of socio-political transformation in last 50 years. Part of the project was a series of six lectures and discussions with the best Austrian architects.
date: May 31, 2007, 6 pm
place: Raiffeisen stavební spořitelna
(Raiffeisen Building Society Savings Bank, RSTS), Koněvova 99, Praha 3
project prepared by: CCEA in 2007
cooperation: RSTS – www.rsts.cz

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  • 17.05.2007
  • Ján Stempel and Ondřej Beneš
  • Prague
  • lecture

Ján Stempel and Ondřej Beneš

lecture is part of project Start Architecture

Start Architecture – lecture cycle
A cycle focused on observing approaches to architectonic education at high schools not only in Czech Republic and to evaluation of actual situation in the field, was finished in academic year 2006/2007 with a lecture given by Ján Stempel and Ondřej Beneš, two architects. They lead in this time for second year an architectonic atelier at FA CTU in Prague. Ján Stempel worked for studio SIAL in Liberec. In 1991 he co-found architectonic office A.D.N.S. where he functioned till 2004. Recently he intend to his practice in his own atelier and to teaching architecture (www.stempel.cz). Ondřej Beneš started as an assistant in course of prof. Rajniš at AAAD in Prague. In 2001 he found his own architectonic studio. (www.ondrejbenes.cz)
date: May 17, 2007, 7 pm
place: Roxy / NoD, Dlouhá 33, Praha 1 –www.roxy.cz
project prepared by: CCEA in 2007

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  • 16.05.2007 - 10.06.2007
  • Young Blood EXPORT
  • Vienna
  • exhibition

Young Blood EXPORT

exhibition is part of project Young Blood EXPORT

CCEA initiated a set of six exhibitions accompanied by lectures and discussions in 2003. Under the Young Blood title, Czech, Slovenian, Slovakian, Polish, Hungarian and Austrian representatives of young architectonic scene were subsequently presented. Young Blood Export exhibition presents a selection of twelve installations. These are meant as reactions of the authors – architectonic studios, to the “I’m a Young Czeck, Slowak, Sloven, Pollish, Hungerian, Austerian Architect!” statement, placed in the space of 3.6 m³. The name of each country is deliberately misspelled. Installations of participating studios contain original interpretations of this mistake. An installation could hence express the studio’s attitude to the current situation on the young domestic architectural scene. Aim of the project was also to invoke the discussion about the existence or absence of a specific “national" Architectonic opinion in the individual countries. All this, in the age of the worldwide confrontation with the globalization. The dozen of exhibits is the essence not only of young Central European architectonic scene. It also brings opinions of groups, labels and free groupings who search for their place and identity in the globalized Europe. Young Blood Export project was presented for the first time in the Austrian Architekturzentrum Wien-West.

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  • 16.05.2007
  • EXPORT – potfolio review
  • Vienna
  • presentation

Young Blood Export portfolio review

presentation is part of project Young Blood EXPORT

Selection of twelve installations of young Central European architectonic studios which are participating on the Young Blood project was presented on the Young Blood Export exhibition in Austrian Architekturzentrum Wien-West. Portfolios presentation of exhibiting teams took place during the opening.

AGENCYOFCHANGE.NET, www.agencyofchange.net, Austria
Ampula, www.ampula.com, Slovakia
Ateliér ARW, www.arw.cz, Czech Republic
ESCADRA ARCHITEKTI, www.escadra.com, Czech Republic
ma2: ProstoRož, www.prostoroz.org, Slovenia
memo, www.mmcsoport.hu, Hungary
RRA Roman Rutkowski , www.rra.pl, Poland
Sporaarchitects, www.sporaarchitects.hu, Hungary
Stanisławski + VROA, www.vroa.pl, Poland
x architekten, www.xarchitekten.com, Austria
zerozero, www.zerozero.sk, Slovakia
360-kreativni butik, www.thesign360.org, www.thesign360.org.uk, Slovenia

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  • 15.05.2007
  • Central European Position
  • Vienna
  • debate

Central European Position

debate is part of project Young Blood EXPORT

  • 15.05.2007 - 15.05.2007
  • Young Blood Export – Central European Positions – 1st Debate
  • Vienna
  • lectures, discussions

Young Blood Export – Central European Positions – 1st Debate

lectures, discussions is part of project Young Blood Export

Lectures from the Young Blood Export series discuss the Central European architecture – its relations to the 'post-communist capitalism', its new perspectives and its – often hidden – potential.

Lecturers:
Hans Ibelings, architecture critic, editor-in-chief of A10 New European Architecture, Netherlands:
Contemporary Central European Architecture Seen from the West

Jana Tichá, architecture theoretician, director of Golden Section publishing house and editor-in-chief of Golden Section magazine, Czech Republic:
Central European Architectural Identity

Aleš Vodopivec, architect, professor at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia:
Central European Architectural Myth

Mária Topolčanská, architect, Slovakia:
Central European Architecture Perspectives


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  • 19.04.2007
  • Radek Kolařík
  • Prague
  • lecture

Radek Kolařík

lecture is part of project Start Architecture

Start Architecture – lecture cycle
The fourth lecture in a cycle focused on observing approaches to architectonic education at high schools not only in Czech Republic and to evaluation of actual situation in the field, was given by Radek Kolařík. With Eva Jiřičná he led the architectonic atelier at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, whose students got many Czech even foreign awards for projects they created. In present Radek Kolařík leads course at Faculty of architecture CTU in Prague.
date: April 19, 2007, 7 pm
place: Roxy / NoD, Dlouhá 33, Praha 1 –www.roxy.cz
project prepared by: CCEA in 2007

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  • 19.04.2007 - 13.05.2007
  • I’m a Young “Austerian“ Architect!
  • Vienna
  • exhibition

I’m a Young “Austerian“ Architect!

exhibition is part of project Young Blood

The Young Blood cycle targeting the production and opinions of a new generation of architects working in central European area – Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Austria – culminated with an exhibition of eight installations of young Austrian studios, based on eight terse slogans, qualifying eight different approaches to architecture. After Prague premiere in CCEA (June 9 – July 31, 2006) the exhibition was presented in Austrian Graz (Novemeber 9 – December 3, 2006) and continued its voyage to Vienna. The exhibition I´m a Young “Austerian” Architect! opened a new part of Architekturzentrum Wien – Architekturzentrum Wien-West (April 18, 2007).


AllesWirdGut, www.alleswirdgut.cc
feld72, www.feld72.at
Franz Sdoutz, www.mediaarchitecture.at
GRID, www.thegrids.neta
AGENCYOFCHANGE.NET, www.agencyofchange.net
non-con:form, www.nonconform.at
transparadiso, www.transparadiso.com
x architekten, www.xarchitekten.com

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  • 22.03.2007 - 13.04.2007
  • Architecture and Comics
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Disconnected. Connected! 2007: Architecture and Comics

exhibition is part of project Disconnected. Connected!

exhibition
The cycle focuses on comparison viewpoints of young generation of architects in Czech Republic and connection with other art fields. The aim of the project is to enforce of attractive and comprehensible forms of presentation of architecture to the general public using different media. The fourth exhibition of the cycle connects architecture and comics.
date: March 22 – April 13, 2006
exhibition place: Czech Centre Prague, Rytířská 31, Praha 1
project prepared by: CCEA in 2006–2007
curators of the comics part of the project: Tomáš Prokůpek and Tomáš Hibi Matějíček
exhibition partner: Czech Centre Prague –www.czechcentres.cz

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  • 15.03.2007
  • Jakub Kynčl and Jiří Knesl
  • Prague
  • lecture

Jakub Kynčl and Jiří Knesl

lecture is part of project Start Architecture

Start Architecture – lecture cycle
The third lecture in a cycle focused on observing approaches to architectonic education at high schools not only in Czech republic and to evaluation of actual situation in the filed, was given by two young architects, Jakub Kynčl and Jiří Knesl. After they graduate the Faculty of architecture VUT in Brno they both stayed to teach here. Besides their pedagogical activity they develop their own studio (www.knesl-kyncl.com).
date: March 15, 2007, 7 pm
place: Roxy / NoD, Dlouhá 33, Praha 1– www.roxy.cz
project prepared by: CCEA in 2007

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  • 01.03.2007
  • Vladimír Šlapeta: Czech Functionalism
  • Belgrade
  • lecture

Vladimír Šlapeta: Czech Functionalism

lecture is part of project Big Deal

  • 01.03.2007
  • Jaroslav Wertig (A69 architekti)
  • Belgrade
  • lecture

Jaroslav Wertig (A69 architekti)

lecture is part of project Big Deal

  • 28.02.2007
  • Igor Kovačević: Czech – Yugoslav Architecture Relations
  • Belgrade
  • lecture

Igor Kovačević: Czech – Yugoslav Architecture Relations

lecture is part of project Big Deal

  • 28.02.2007
  • Vladimír Šlapeta: Architecture of Czechoslovakia 1918 – 1938
  • Belgrade
  • lecture

Vladimír Šlapeta: Architecture of Czechoslovakia 1918 – 1938

lecture is part of project Big Deal

  • 08.02.2007
  • Roman Koucký
  • Prague
  • lecture

Roman Koucký

lecture is part of project Start Architecture

Start Architecture – lecture cycle
The second lecture in a cycle focused on observing approaches to architectonic education at high schools not only in Czech Republic and to evaluation of actual situation in the field, was given by Roman Koucký (www.koucky-arch.cz). Since 1985 he attends to project practice and since 1990 practise pedagogical and publisher. In 2004 he published a book koucky-arch.cz/3 and on 2006 books 2.0.elementary. urbanism and 2.1: CZ. He teaches at FA CTU in Prague.
date: February 8, 2007, 7 pm
place: Roxy / NoD, Dlouhá 33, Praha 1– www.roxy.cz
project prepared by: CCEA in 2007

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  • 02.02.2007 - 02.03.2007
  • Dialog of Contemporary Living
  • Belgrade
  • exhibition

Dialog of Contemporary Living

exhibition is part of project Dialog of Contemporary Living

  • 02.02.2007 - 02.03.2007
  • Big Deal – In Search of "Great Commission"
  • Belgrade
  • exhibition

Big Deal – In Search for a “Great Commission”

exhibition is part of project Big Deal

The multimedia project introduces the young generation of architects from the Czech Republic and their breakthrough contracts. The composition of participating studios unveils the diversity of domestic scene and distorts the stereotype picture of the linear Czech architecture development.
Project Big Deal was for the first time introduced as a part of the event Days of Czech Architecture in Belgrade (February 1 – March 2, 2007).
date: February 2 – March 2, 2007
place: Museum of Applied Art, 18 Vuka Karadžića Street, Belgrade, Serbia
project prepared by: CCEA in 2006
partner of the exhibition in Belgrade: Museum of Applied Art (www.mpu.org.yu)

Tisková zpráva k akci: Big Deal – In Search of "Great Commission"

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  • 02.02.2007
  • Belgrade
  • lecture

lecture is part of project Big Deal

  • 01.02.2007 - 02.03.2007
  • Days of Czech Architecture in Belgrade
  • Belgrade
  • event

Days of Czech Architecture in Belgrade

event is part of project

  • 01.02.2007 - 28.02.2007
  • Figurative Architecture for Beginners (New Work)
  • Belgrade
  • exhibition

Figurative Architecture for Beginners (New Work)

exhibition is part of project Big Deal

  • 30.11.2006 - 15.12.2006
  • Euroflag
  • Prague
  • exhibition

EUROFLAG

exhibition is part of project Euroflag

2META association has been representing young Rumanian art scene since 1998. Its founding was initiated by two visual artists, Marie Manolescu and Romelo Pervolovici as part of an independent cultural organization Meta Cultural Foundation from Bukurest. The EUROFLAG project originated in 2005. The authors treat the familiar symbol of the EU through it. As a reaction to the coming integration of Rumania into the EU at that time, they deliberately deformed it – the symbol of star is not a mere embodiment of solidarity and integration; it is also an expression of violence, worries, unrest and the reality of post-communist Europe.

Tisková zpráva k akci: Euroflag

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  • 09.11.2006 - 03.12.2006
  • I’m a Young “Austerian“ Architect!
  • Graz
  • exhibition

I’m a Young “Austerian“ Architect!

exhibition is part of project Young Blood

The Young Blood cycle targeting the production and opinions of a new generation of architects working in central European area – Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Austria – culminated with an exhibition of eight installations of young Austrian studios, based on eight terse slogans, qualifying eight different approaches to architecture. After Prague premiere in CCEA (June 9 – July 31, 2006) the exhibition was presented in Austrian Graz.

AllesWirdGut, www.alleswirdgut.cc
feld72, www.feld72.at
Franz Sdoutz, www.mediaarchitecture.at
GRID, www.thegrids.neta
AGENCYOFCHANGE.NET, www.agencyofchange.net
non-con:form, www.nonconform.at
transparadiso, www.transparadiso.com
x architekten, www.xarchitekten.com


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  • 30.10.2006
  • Franz Sumnitsch (BKK-3)
  • Prague
  • lecture

Franz Sumnitsch, BKK-3 (Baukünstlerkollektiv)

lecture is part of project Dialog of Contemporary Living

Architects in RSTS. Dialogue of Contemporary Living – exhibition and lecture cycle
Project based on a principle of communication between architects and the general public. Its aim is to present the architecture to an ordinary client: show him what possibilities are there and start a dialogue about contemporary living not only in Czech Republic. Within the frame of the project there were realized 3 exhibitions of actual flat production in Czech area – Family Houses, Housing Projects, Reconstructions, Extensions, Superstructures – and a series of six lectures and discussions with the best Austrian architects.The fourth lecture from the cycle was lead by Franz Sumnitsch, one of founders of Vienna atelier BKK-3 (Baukünstlerkollektiv, www.bkk-3.com).
date: October 30, 2006, 6 pm
place: Raiffeisen stavební spořitelna
(Raiffeisen Building Society Savings Bank, RSTS), Koněvova 99, Praha 3
project prepared by: CCEA in 2006
cooperation: RSTS –www.rsts.cz

Tisková zpráva k akci: Franz Sumnitsch (BKK-3)

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  • 26.10.2006
  • Architecture and Media
  • Prague
  • debate

Architecture and Media

debate is part of project Architecture and Media

What condition are specialized architectural media in? What is their overlap into mass media? What image of architecture do Czech social media produce? Do they help promote architecture or rather do harm to it? What is the media image of the profession of architect itself? Should contact with the media be an integral part of architectural work? Since 2006 ERA21, a magazine on architecture, has been organizing a series of public debates about architecture and architectural work in the Czech Republic. A Round Table II on the theme of Architecture and Media was co-initiated by the CCEA.

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  • 13.10.2006 - 26.11.2006
  • Prague
  • exhibition

BeneLon

exhibition is part of project Benelon II

The project developed gradually starting in 2004 as an author concept by the Agents group who follow other than traditional approaches in presenting architecture. The word BeneLon stands for a virtual analogy to an urban organism where fragments of two milieus known by authors blend together: Ben-ešov and Lon-don.

Tisková zpráva k akci:

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  • 25.06.2006 - 07.07.2006
  • I’m a Young “Hungerian“ Architect!
  • Budapest
  • exhibition

I’m a Young “Hungerian“ Architect!

exhibition is part of project Young Blood

The fifth exhibition from the Young Blood cycle targeting the production and opinions of a new generation of architects working in central European area – Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Austria – presented installations of six Hungarian young studios. After Prague premiere in CCEA (May 5 – June 5, 2006) the exhibition moved to Budapest. The exhibition I´m a Young “Hungerian” Architect! opened first Hungarian centre of architecture – KÉK – Kortárs Építészeti Központ / Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre (June 24, 2006).


Építészlabor, www.epiteszlabor.hu, www.sagra.hu
Sporaarchitects, www.sporaarchitects.hu
opaq, www.opaq.hu
architectures.nl, www.architectures.nl
memo, www.mmcsoport.hu
minusplus_architects, www.minusplus.hu

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  • 09.06.2006 - 31.07.2006
  • I’m a Young “Austerian“ Architect!
  • Prague
  • exhibition

I’m a Young “Austerian“ Architect!

exhibition is part of project Young Blood

The Young Blood cycle targeting the production and opinions of a new generation of architects working in central European area – Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Austria – culminated with an exhibition of eight installations of young Austrian studios, based on eight terse slogans, qualifying eight different approaches to architecture.

AllesWirdGut, www.alleswirdgut.cc
feld72, www.feld72.at
Franz Sdoutz, www.mediaarchitecture.at
GRID, www.thegrids.net
AGENCYOFCHANGE.NET, www.agencyofchange.net
non-con:form, www.nonconform.at
transparadiso, www.transparadiso.com
x architekten, www.xarchitekten.com

  • 08.06.2006
  • Be a Bloody Idealist!
  • Prague
  • event

Be a Bloody Idealist!

event is part of project Young Blood

Opening of the sixth and final exhibition from the Young Blood cycle – I´m a Young “Austerian“ Architect! – in Prague residency of CCEA was appended by an action of Austrian studio x architekten, who spoke to young architects with an appeal “donate your young blood!”. The donators of the blood appointed in mobile transfusion center of Central Military Hospital just before the entrance to CCEA.

  • 08.06.2006
  • Slogan Battle
  • Prague
  • performance, discussion, opinion exchange

Slogan Battle

performance, discussion, opinion exchange is part of project Young Blood

As a part of the opening of sixth and final exhibition from the Young Blood cycle– I´m a Young “Austerian” Architect! – in Prague residency of CCEA there was showed a performance of representatives of Austrian studios. It´s topic were conditions of architect in central Europe: What slogan represents them the best? Blood, Sweat and Tears?

  • 05.05.2006 - 05.06.2006
  • I’m a Young “Hungerian“ Architect!
  • Prague
  • exhibition

I’m a Young “Hungerian“ Architect!

exhibition is part of project Young Blood

The fifth exhibition from a Young Blood cycle targeting the production and opinions of a new generation of architects working in central European area – Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Austria – presented installations of six Hungarian young studios.

Építészlabor, www.epiteszlabor.hu, www.sagra.hu
Sporaarchitects, www.sporaarchitects.hu
opaq, www.opaq.hu
architectures.nl, www.architectures.nl
memo, www.mmcsoport.hu
minusplus_architects, www.minusplus.hu

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  • 27.04.2006 - 18.05.2006
  • I’m a Young “Pollish” Architect!
  • Katowice
  • exhibition

I’m a Young “Pollish” Architect!

exhibition is part of project Young Blood

The fourth exhibition from a Young Blood cycle targeting the production and opinions of a new generation of architects working in central European area – Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Austria – presented installations of six Polish young studios. After Prague premiere in CCEA (January 13 – May 5, 2006) the exhibition moved to Katowice in Poland.

2CH architekci
Cechownia, www.cechownia.pl
CH+architekci, www.chploos.com
RRA Roman Rutkowski, www.rra.pl
Stanislawski.Wojciechowski.Mnich
T-33, www.t-33.pl

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  • 21.04.2006 - 31.08.2006
  • reconstruction, superstructure, extension
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Reconstructions, Extensions, Superstructures

exhibition is part of project Dialog of Contemporary Living

Architects in RSTS. Dialogue of Contemporary Living
Project based on a principle of communication between architects and the general public. Its aim is to present the architecture to an ordinary client: show him what possibilities are there and start a dialogue about contemporary living not only in Czech Republic. Within the frame of the project there were realized 3 exhibitions of actual flat production in Czech area – Family Houses, Housing Projects, Reconstructions, Extensions, Superstructures – and a series of six lectures and discussions with the best Austrian architects. The exhibition cycle was closed with a presentation of 14 reconstructions, extensions and superstructures in Czech area.
date: April 21 – June 30, 2006
place: Raiffeisen stavební spořitelna
(Raiffeisen Building Society Savings Bank, RSTS), Koněvova 99, Praha 3
project prepared by: CCEA in 2005–2006
cooperation: RSTS –www.rsts.cz

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  • 20.04.2006
  • Herwig Spiegl (AllesWirdGut)
  • Prague
  • lecture

Herwig Spiegl, AllesWirdGut

lecture is part of project Dialog of Contemporary Living

Architects in RSTS. Dialogue of Contemporary Living – exhibition and lecture cycle
Project based on a principle of communication between architects and the general public. Its aim is to present the architecture to an ordinary client: show him what possibilities are there and start a dialogue about contemporary living not only in Czech Republic. Within the frame of the project there were realized 3 exhibitions of actual flat production in Czech area – Family Houses, Housing Projects, Reconstructions, Extensions, Superstructures – and a series of six lectures and discussions with the best Austrian architects. The third lecture presented one of the founders of young Vienna studio AllesWirdGut, Herwig Spiegl.
date: April 20, 2006, 6 pm
place: Raiffeisen stavební spořitelna
(Raiffeisen Building Society Savings Bank, RSTS), Koněvova 99, Praha 3
project prepared by: CCEA in 2005–2006
cooperation: RSTS –www.rsts.cz

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  • 22.03.2006 - 31.03.2006
  • 15 Years Transit
  • Prague
  • exhibition

15 Years Transit

exhibition is part of project 15 Years Transit

A view of architecture from an unexpected angle of two cameras fixed on a motorcycle helmet. Authors of the project, Enikö Orsz and Erika Katalina Pásztor, pass through selected buildings in Budapest and talk with their constructors who beside work also reflect their private life. 15 Years Tranzit video installation conveys a live quality insight into local architectural world: 3 large-screen displays, 13 projectors, 27 architects, 1 video installation, 70 minutes.

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  • 22.03.2006
  • Ivan Kroupa: "Education, professional background – one view"
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Ivan Kroupa: Education, Professional Background – One View

exhibition is part of project Start Architecture

Start Architecture – lecture cycle
A cycle focused on observing approaches to architectonic education at high schools not only in Czech republic and to evaluation of actual situation in the field was opened with a lecture given by Ivan Kroupa, who leads his own architectonic practice (www.ivankroupa.cz) and he systematically attends to pedagogical practice – after many-years work at FA CTU in Prague he teaches now at AAAD in Prague.
date: March 22, 2006, 7 pm
place: Roxy / NoD, Dlouhá 33, Praha 1 –www.roxy.cz
project prepared by: CCEA in 2006

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  • 16.03.2006
  • Past – Present – Future
  • Prague
  • presentation

Past – Present – Future

presentation is part of project Disconnected. Connected!

presentation, debate
Architectonic works presented among the project Architecture and DJing were at the time of the event for the authors already past. What do they plan for the future and what are they working at currently could the visitors see from short personal presentations.
date: March 16, 2006, 6 pm
place: CCEA, U Půjčovny 4, Praha 1
project prepared by: CCEA in 2006

Tisková zpráva k akci: Past – Present – Future

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  • 16.03.2006 - 30.04.2006
  • Architecture and Djing
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Disconnected. Connected! 2006: Architecture and Djing

exhibition is part of project Disconnected. Connected!

exhibition
The cycle focuses on comparison viewpoints of young generation of architects in Czech Republic and connection with other art fields. The aim of the project is to enforce of attractive and comprehensible forms of presentation of architecture to the general public using different media. The third exhibition of the cycle connects architecture and music. This time the students are not working, for the co-operation we’ve invited professionals: DJs of the Czech club scene.
date: March 16 – April 9, 2006
exhibition place: CCEA, U Půjčovny 4, Praha 1
project prepared by: CCEA in 2005–2006
curator of music part of the project: Babe LN
cooperation – DJs: Blue, Brooklyn aka Juanita Juarez, Kaplick, Nika 77, Nitrous, Stanzim, MKS, Yukimura, Akira, Silent Cut

Tisková zpráva k akci: Architecture and Djing

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  • 10.03.2006
  • Djs, Vjs and Architecture
  • Prague
  • party

DJs, VJs and Architecture

party is part of project Disconnected. Connected!

party
Multimedia and multi-style club evening. DJs co-operating the project Disconnected-connected! 2006 and their guests performed on three stages three completely different sets, those were supported by VJs. On the screen there were – in the connection with music – non-traditionally presented visualizations of architectonic projects selected for the exhibition by CCEA.
date: March 10, 2006, 8 pm
place: Cross Club, Plynární 23, Praha – Holešovice
project prepared by: CCEA in 2005–2006
cooperation: Cross Club– www.crossclub.cz

Tisková zpráva k akci: Djs, Vjs and Architecture

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  • 22.02.2006 - 16.03.2006
  • I’m a Young “Slowak” Architect!
  • Bratislava
  • exhibition

I’m a Young “Slowak” Architect!

exhibition is part of project Young Blood

The second exhibition from a Young Blood cycle targeting the production and opinions of a new generation of architects working in central European area – Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Austria – presented installations of five Slovak young studios. After the premiere of the exhibition in CCEA (June 17 – September 15, 2005) the exhibition moved to Bratislava, Slovakia.

Ampula, www.ampula.com
Atria Atelier, www.a3aweb.com
Atelier Milieu, www.ateliermilieu.com
u/s/a [united slovak architects]
zerozero, www.zerozero.sk

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  • 19.01.2006 - 14.04.2006
  • Housing projects
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Housing Projects

exhibition is part of project Dialog of Contemporary Living

Architects in RSTS. Dialogue of Contemporary Living – exhibition and lecture cycle
Project based on a principle of communication between architects and the general public. Its aim is to present the architecture to an ordinary client: show him what possibilities are there and start a dialogue about contemporary living not only in Czech Republic. Within the frame of the project there were realized 3 exhibitions of actual flat production in Czech area – Family Houses, Housing Projects, Reconstructions, Extensions, Superstructures – and a series of six lectures and discussions with the best Austrian architects. The second exhibition of the cycle presented 10 recent buildings of flat houses in Czech area.

date: January 20 – April 14, 2006
place: Raiffeisen stavební spořitelna
(Raiffeisen Building Society Savings Bank, RSTS), Koněvova 99, Praha 3
project prepared by: CCEA in 2005–2006
cooperation: RSTS ( www.rsts.cz)

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  • 19.01.2006
  • Christopher Schweiger z Delugan Meissl
  • Prague
  • lecture

Christopher Schweiger, Delugan Meissl Associated Architects

lecture is part of project Dialog of Contemporary Living

Architects in RSTS. Dialogue of Contemporary Living – exhibition and lecture cycle
Project based on a principle of communication between architects and the general public. Its aim is to present the architecture to an ordinary client: show him what possibilities are there and start a dialogue about contemporary living not only in Czech Republic. Within the frame of the project there were realized 3 exhibitions of actual flat production in Czech area – Family Houses, Housing Projects, Reconstructions, Extensions, Superstructures – and a series of six lectures and discussions with the best Austrian architects. The second lecture of the cycle was given by Christopher Schweiger, one of the founders of Vienna atelier Delugan Meissl Associated Architects (www.deluganmeissl.at).
date: January 19, 2006, 6 pm
place: Raiffeisen stavební spořitelna
(Raiffeisen Building Society Savings Bank, RSTS), Koněvova 99, Praha 3
project prepared by: CCEA in 2005–2006
cooperation: RSTS – www.rsts.cz

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  • 13.01.2006 - 05.03.2006
  • I’m a Young “Pollish” Architect!
  • Prague
  • exhibition

I’m a Young “Pollish” Architect!

exhibition is part of project Young Blood

The fourth exhibition from a Young Blood cycle targeting the production and opinions of a new generation of architects working in central European area – Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Austria – presented installations of six Polish young studios.

2CH architekci
Cechownia, www.cechownia.pl
CH+architekci, www.chploos.com
RRA Roman Rutkowski, www.rra.pl
Stanislawski. Wojciechowski. Mnich
T-33, www.t-33.pl

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  • 06.10.2005 - 10.01.2006
  • Family Houses
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Family Houses

exhibition is part of project Dialog of Contemporary Living

Architects in RSTS. Dialogue of Contemporary Living
Project based on a principle of communication between architects and the general public. Its aim is to present the architecture to an ordinary client: show him what possibilities are there and start a dialogue about contemporary living not only in Czech Republic. Within the frame of the project there were realized 3 exhibitions of actual flat production in Czech area – Family Houses, Housing Projects, Reconstructions, Extensions, Superstructures – and a series of six lectures and discussions with the best Austrian architects. The exhibition cycle was opened with a presentation of 15 family houses in Czech area.
date: October 7, 2005 – January 13, 2006
place: Raiffeisen stavební spořitelna
(Raiffeisen Building Society Savings Bank, RSTS), Koněvova 99, Praha 3
project prepared by: CCEA in 2005
cooperation: RSTS (www.rsts.cz)

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  • 06.10.2005
  • Jakob Dunkl (Querkraft)
  • Prague
  • lecture

Jakob Dunkl, Querkraft Architekten

lecture is part of project Dialog of Contemporary Living

Architects in RSTS. Dialogue of Contemporary Living – exhibition and lecture cycle
Project based on a principle of communication between architects and the general public. Its aim is to present the architecture to an ordinary client: show him what possibilities are there and start a dialogue about contemporary living not only in Czech Republic. Within the frame of the project there were realized 3 exhibitions of actual flat production in Czech area – Family Houses, Housing Projects, Reconstructions, Extensions, Superstructures – and a series of six lectures and discussions with the best Austrian architects. The lecture cycle was opened with a speech of Jakob Dunkl, one of the founders of Querkraft Architekten, front young architectonical studio from Vienna (www.querkraft.at).
date: October 6, 2005, 6 pm
place: Raiffeisen stavební spořitelna
(Raiffeisen Building Society Savings Bank, RSTS), Koněvova 99, Praha 3
project prepared by: CCEA in 2005
cooperation: RSTS (www.rsts.cz)

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  • 06.10.2005 - 11.12.2009
  • I’m a Young “Sloven” Architect!
  • Prague
  • exhibition

I’m a Young “Sloven” Architect!

exhibition is part of project Young Blood

The third exhibition from a Young Blood cycle targeting the production and opinions of a new generation of architects working in central European area – Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Austria – presented installations of seven Slovene young studios. After the premiere of the exhibition in City Museum in Ljubljana (September 8 – September 28, 2005) the exhibition moved to Prague.

360-kreativni butik, www.thesign360.org, www.thesign360.org.uk
AA kultura
biro M95, www.lukamelon.com
ma2.: ProstoRož, www.prostoroz.org
U+A+O
Uršic + Batistič
Zofa Arhitekti

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  • 08.09.2005 - 28.09.2005
  • I’m a Young “Sloven” Architect!
  • Ljubljana
  • exhibition

I’m a Young “Sloven” Architect!

exhibition is part of project Young Blood

The third exhibition from a Young Blood cycle targeting the production and opinions of a new generation of architects working in central European area – Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Austria – presented installations of seven Slovene young studios. The premiere of the exhibition was opened in City Museum in Ljubljana, Slovenia.


360-kreativni butik, www.thesign360.org, www.thesign360.org.uk
AA kultura
biro M95, www.lukamelon.com
ma2.: ProstoRož, www.prostoroz.org
U+A+O
Uršic + Batistič
Zofa Arhitekti

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  • 17.06.2005 - 15.09.2006
  • I’m a Young “Slowak” Architect!
  • Prague
  • exhibition

I’m a Young “Slowak” Architect!

exhibition is part of project Young Blood

The second exhibition from a Young Blood cycle targeting the production and opinions of a new generation of architects working in central European area – Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Austria – presented installations of five Slovak young studios.

Ampula, www.ampula.com
Atria Atelier, www.a3aweb.com
Atelier Milieu, www.ateliermilieu.com
u/s/a [united slovak architects]
zerozero, www.zerozero.sk

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  • 30.04.2005 - 29.05.2005
  • Sideways
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Moonlighting

exhibition is part of project Sideways

The project follows young architects who work for renowned architectural studios but concurrently purse their own activities. They seek to win recognition through architectural competitions and small realizations. Moonlighting was initiated by BokA, an association of architects from Brno. The CCEA broadened the project presenting work by a larger generation spectre of architects from Prague, Brno, Liberec and České Budějovice.

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  • 07.04.2005 - 24.04.2005
  • Architecture for Diplomacy
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Architecture for Diplomacy

exhibition is part of project Architecture for Diplomacy

What functions should an embassy perform in 21st century? In what ways are these functions possible to be traced in architecture? The Czech Centre in London initiated a project called Architecture for Diplomacy in 2004. Not only architects and diplomats but also the general public were able to express their opinion on the theme of embassies through the internet. Embassy of the Czech Republic in London then hosted a panel discussion as part of Architecture Week 2004 which was also possible to watch as a satellite broadcast at the CCEA in Prague.

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  • 09.03.2005 - 03.04.2005
  • Architecture and Commercial Photography
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Disconnected. Connected! 2005: Architecture and Commercial Photography

exhibition is part of project Disconnected. Connected!

The cycle focuses on comparison viewpoints of young generation of architects in Czech Republic and connection with other art fields. The aim of the project is to enforce of attractive and comprehensible forms of presentation of architecture to the general public using different media. The second exhibition from the cycle connected architecture and commercial photography.
date: March 9 – April 3, 2005
exhibition place: CCEA, U Půjčovny 4, Praha 1,
project prepared by: CCEA in 2004–2005
curator of the photographic part of the project: Tomáš Pospěch
cooperation: Department of Advertising Photography, Faculty of Multimedia Communications, Tomas Bata University in Zlín –www.utb.cz

Tisková zpráva k akci: Architecture and Commercial Photography

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  • 14.01.2005 - 27.02.2005
  • Top Left, Bottom Right
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Up on the Left, Down on the Right. Janečkovi, U Půjčovny 4, 110 00 Praha 1

exhibition is part of project Top Left, Bottom Right

We have been made certain that design of interiors as presented in contemporary magazines, interiors put together from fragments by various designers, interiors with no character or soul, are no answer. Is it right to implant clients with an author architectural opinion on the style of their privacy that is often influenced by fashion trends and does not work with clients’ ideas and needs? Tereza Janečková and Pavlína Míčová grasp the theme of home / interior / personal history.

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  • 03.11.2004 - 05.12.2004
  • Archiprix & Archiprix International
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Archiprix, Archiprix International

exhibition is part of project Archiprix & Archiprix International

Archiprix is a show of final theses by Dutch schools of architecture with rich history. The first year was announced in 1979 and it has been organized annually ever since. The exhibition at the CCEA was arranged in cooperation with the Archiprix Foundation and HunterDouglas company. The aim was not only to present a review of Archiprix in the Czech Republic but especially to acquaint students working on their final theses with the possibility of taking part in the international exhibition Archiprix International.

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  • 05.10.2004 - 10.10.2004
  • Architect versus Designer
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Architect versus Designer happening

exhibition is part of project Architect versus Designer

During the Design Days in Prague Designblok ?04 CCEA prepared a project Architect versus Designer. The exhibition searched an answer for recently often discussed question: if and how we can compare professions, they “compete“ with each other in many ways. How close are their relations? How are they connected? Do they respect each other? Do they induce or negate each other?

Architectonical atelier Vpřed and design studio Takako were asked by the curator Jana Kostelecká to design an interior, everyday store, whose look is mostly overlooked. We know many design stores with clothes, shoes, flowers, furniture or living accessories. However don?t we visit just the butchery more often?

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  • 26.06.2004 - 10.10.2004
  • I’m a Young "Czeck" Architect!
  • Prague
  • exhibition

I’m a Young "Czeck" Architect!

exhibition is part of project Young Blood

The Young Blood cycle targeting the production and opinions of a new generation of architects working in central European area – Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Austria – was opened with an exhibition of nine installations of twelve Czech young studios:

Ateliér ARW, www.arw.cz
Ateliér AGP, www.agp.cc
maura, www.maura.cz
Atelier ai5, www.ai5.cz
atelier38, www.atelier38.cz
ATOS-6, www.atos6.cz, www.arch.cz/vaclavik
Kamil Mrva Architects, www.mrva.net
ellement, www.ellement.cz
ESCADRA ARCHITEKTI, www.escadra.com
Knesl+Kynčl architekti, www.kneslkyncl.cz
m4 architekti, www.m4.cz
OKAMURA ARCHITECT, www.quick.cz/okamura

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  • 24.06.2004
  • transmition of the debate from London
  • Prague
  • debate

transmition of the debate from London

debate is part of project Architecture for Diplomacy

  • 07.05.2004 - 18.06.2004
  • Architecture and Animation
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Disconnected. Connected! 2004: Architecture and Animation

exhibition is part of project Disconnected. Connected!

The cycle focuses on comparison viewpoints of young generation of architects in Czech Republic and connection with other art fields. The aim of the project is to enforce of attractive and comprehensible forms of presentation of architecture to the general public using different media. The first exhibition of the cycle connects architecture and animation.
date: May 7 – June 6, 2004
place: CCEA, U Půjčovny 4, Praha 1
project prepared by: CCEA in 2003–2004
cooperation: Prof. Jiří Barta, Department of Film and TV Graphics, Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague –www.vsup.cz

Tisková zpráva k akci: Architecture and Animation

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  • 09.10.2003 - 15.11.2003
  • The Czech Republic & Me
  • Prague
  • exhibition

Czech Republic and Me

exhibition is part of project The Czech Republic & Me

How to present the Czech Republic as a country of 21st century? Should it be a promotion of renowned personalities, products, buildings, landmarks or cultural values and traditions? The theme of presenting the Czech Republic was tackled by students of graphic design as part of a competition “Czech Republic and Me” organized by the Czech Centres before the Czech Republic joined the EU. The exhibition summing up results of the competition took up activities of the first exhibition premises of the CCEA. Even though it was not an architectural theme, our aim was to indicate overlaps between various art fields which – similarly to architecture – are impossible to be perceived in isolation.

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