21 Call for Ideas: Landscapes of Care

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2021 Call for Ideas: Landscapes of CarePresent your newest work and ideas at the events that form the core of the 2021 European Architecture Program. Future Architecture Call for Ideas is more than a competition; it’s a platform, providing practitioners and conceptual thinkers with the opportunity to express their ideas and to be both seen and heard. A successful application would mean the opportunity to begin exchanging your projects and proposals with peers from all over the world, as well as with high-profile institutions including museums, galleries, publishing houses, biennials and festivals, all to assist you with finding avenues toward international…

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Future Architecture Rooms

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Welcome to the Future Architecture Rooms – an unconventional digital environment How does it look when 27 leading European architecture institutions and organisations open their doors online?                                                                                                                       Future Architecture Rooms is an unconventional digital environment, a collection of online spaces—rooms! Each of the member institutions of the Future Architecture platform – from famous museums to small galleries, an unorthodox publishing house or a provocative architectural biennial – use the rooms as stages for statements about their future work, as well as their reflections on this extraordinary contemporary context. You may open any door and find yourself in places of knowledge exchange,…

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Bekim Ramku named as BigSEE 2020 Architecture Visionary

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In an online ceremony held in Ljubljana, Slovenia on the 21st of October Kosovo Architecture Foundation founding director was named as the 2020 BigSEE Architecture Visionary Andrija Rusan the founder of Oris Days of Architecture, Oris Magazine and Oris House of Architecture had these words to say about Bekim If one studies in Kosovo, continues his education at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and then returns to Kosovo, it is a clear indication that one has a vision. Bekim established KAF – the Kosovo Architecture Foundation. KAF is the generator of new…

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Benedetta Tagliabue closing keynote at KAF2020

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Benedetta Tagliabue studied architecture at the Istituto di Architettura di Venezia (IUAV) and currently acts as director of the international architecture firm Miralles Tagliabue EMBT, founded in 1994 in collaboration with Enric Miralles, based in Barcelona, Shanghai and Paris. Among her most notable projects built are the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh, Diagonal Mar Park, the Santa Caterina market in Barcelona, Campus Universitario de Vigo, and the Spanish Pavilion at the 2010 Shanghai World Expo which was awarded the prestigious RIBA International “Best International Building of 2011” award. Current studio projects include the Business School of Fudan University in Shanghai, office…

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We’re in Dezeen Events Guide!

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We’re super excited to inform you that Kosovo Architecture Festival made it to the Dezeen Events Guide for the second year in a row. Go to Dezeen Events Guide website to learn more on all the events that made it to the 2020 list. Dezeen Events Guide is a listings guide to architecture and design events around the world. It contains all the key fairs, conferences, design weeks and biennales that take place each year. Created by Dezeen, the world’s most popular and influential architecture and design magazine, the guide will grow in future to include smaller events such as exhibitions, talks and events…

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Workshop by urbanaarchitettura

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KAF 2020 online workshop by urbanaarchitettura  3 – 13 October There is a chandelier in every room We live in an age of ruins. The ruins of the welfare state in its various ideological and geopolitical embodiments in the form of those institutions that have been carefully choreographed to shape modern territories of top-down, domesticated, collectivised life. From education to hospitality, confinement to mental treatment, their architectures have often been relocated, sent to exile, vacated, forgotten, repudiated, or simply left to their own destiny in a state of controlled decay. Yet they might still be a resource for reinventing modes of…

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Ajmona Hoxha

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Ajmona Hoxha is an architect engaged with projects in urbanism and public space. Engaged since 2016 with 51N4E, a Brussel-based practice and the daughter company iRI based in Tirana, she acts as a project lead for a series of public space projects, among which the recently awarded as the ‘Best European Public Space’, as well as finalists of ‘Mies van der Rohe Award 2019’, central plaza of Skanderbeg Square. Over the years she has worked in a variety of contexts such as Tirana, Istanbul, Brussels, with a focus in projects with public character, reflecting her personal interest for cross- cultural…

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Architects Climate Action Network Workshop

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Lecture + workshop about the climate and biodiverity emergency, architecture’s part in it and how YOU can get involved to make a difference. Register here for the ACAN WORKSHOP on Eventbrite. About the Event ACAN formed in London over the summer of 2019, in this talk we will take you through how ACAN was conceived, founded and is expanding. We will explain the principles and activities fundamental to the network, talk through some of the actions we have taken and explain the changes we are trying to bring about. We will discuss how to build effective campaigns and make an…

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Shpend Ahmeti

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Shpend Ahmeti  was born on April 18, 1978, in Pristina. He graduated in master studies in Public Policies at Harvard University, USA, during the years 2002-2004, specializing in Economic and Political Development. He has completed university studies in Economics and Business Administration at the American University in Bulgaria, during the years 1996-2000, specializing in Applied Economics and Business Administration.During the studies between the years 1999-2002, Mr. Ahmeti was senator and then the President of the Student Government at American University in Bulgaria, as well as leader of various communities (from more than ten countries) through the period of reforms at…

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