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SHARE Architects launches the new program of
live webinars in May
As we are moving forward and looking towards brighter days, we all want to push the „Restart“ button in various areas of our lives.
The SHARE webinars in May take control over and press the „Restart“ button in how architecture has been represented so far. Still thinking about the future of a post-pandemic era, the webinars will touch on the reshaping of architecture ideas, concepts, and designs.
21st of May – SHARE SOFIA
Romuald LOEGLER – Atelier Loegler Architekci – POLAND / Angel ZAHARIEV – A&A Architects – BULGARIA / Davide MACULLO – Davide Macullo Architects – Switzerland / Dietmar EBERLE – Baumschlager Eberle – AUSTRIA / Martin HRISTOV – Bulgarian Chamber of Architects – BULGARIA / Orlin DAVCHEV – Faculty of Architecture, Interior and Architectural Design, (UACEG) – BULGARIA / Tomaz KRISTOF – The Chamber of Architecture and Spatial Planning of Slovenia.
There are two possible ways of registering:
1. Join SHARE Community as a member and you will receive free access to all of month May’s webinars: https://www.tickettailor.com/events/share2019/364536/
2. If you do not wish to register as a member of the SHARE community, you can directly purchase an entrance ticket to the chosen webinar by accessing the registration link: https://share-architects.com/share-pre-event-webinars-2020-may/#
About the speakers
Founder @Atelier Loegler Architekci – POLAND
Professor Romuald Loegler is a well-known and respected Polish architect who is a member of the Association of Polish Architects, a laureate of the SARP honorary award since 1987. Romuald Loegler is the owner of the Krakow architectural office Atelier Loegler.
Loegler’s designs are chiefly kept in the high-tech style. He readily uses materials that may be associated with modernity, such as glass and raw concrete, and he exposes the structural elements of his buildings.
Awards of the speaker include the Golden Honorary Badge of 2nd Degree conferred by the Honorary Badge Committee of the National Chamber of Architects of the Republic of Poland (IARP) – 2011, Commendation of the Association of Polish Architects and the Association of Cement Producers for the best built project using reinforced concrete technology – the architecture of the Krakow Opera House in Krakow – 2009, HONORIS GRATIA badge conferred by the Mayor of Krakow – 2009 and First Prize of the Association of Cement Producers – the best architectural project involving the use of reinforced concrete technology, built and handed over for use prior to the end of 2008 – Sports Hall at the Complex of Municipal Schools in Tychy, Poland – 2009
Founder @A&A Architects – BULGARIA
Together with arch. Assen Milev, arch. Angel Zahariev founded A&A Architects in 2005 in Sofia, as an innovative design bureau offering a wide range of services of architectural and urban-living design. The professional competency of the company includes: design of office, commercial, industrial and residential buildings, as well as urban planning, master planning and consulting.
Since its foundation the bureau has worked on a number of prestigious projects in Bulgaria for some of the major local developers.
Selected awards of the office include First award in the competition “Building of the year” 2015 in the category “Public buildings with business purpose” for “Capital Fort” building, First award in the competition “Building of the year” 2015 in the category “Educational buildings and infrastructure” for “Muzeiko” building, First award in the “Arch-Inova” 2015 and Special award in the competition “Building of the year” 2015 for “Telenor” building reconstruction.
Founder @Davide Macullo Architects – SWITZERLAND
For 20 years (1990-2010) Davide MACULLO was project architect in the atelier of Mario Botta with responsibility for over 200 international projects worldwide. He opened his atelier in 2000.
Notable works of the architect include the WAP ART foundation mixed-use gallery, Apartment in Gangnam Seoul, South Korea, The new Assuta Hospital in Ashdod, Israel, Five* Hotel and SPA facilities in Greece, The headquarter Jansen AG in Oberriet, Switzerland , Private Museum in Jeju South Korea, Sino-Swiss centre in Tianjin China, Several hoses and housing in Switzerland and abroad
Davide’s recent projects are The new Hotel Health and Wellness Palace Chenot in Weggis, Switzerland and Marbella, Spain, Houses and residential buildings in Switzerland and Commercial and hospitality buildings in Albania.
Partner @Baumschlager Eberle – AUSTRIA
Honorable Professor at the Universities from Madrid, Jerusalem, Hong Kong, and Barcelona and parter at the multi-awarded office Baumschlager Eberle.
The architectural practice Baumschlager Eberle is a network of international offices run by Dietmar Eberle together with eleven partners. The offices, located at twelve sites in eight different countries in Europe and Asia, have completed well over 400 buildings.
Deputy Chairman of the Board of the CAB of Bulgarian Chamber of Architects – BULGARIA
Founder & Director at E-ARCH Studio in Bulgaria. Graduated the First Language School in Varna. In 2001 he graduated from the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy – Sofia, specialty “Architecture”. His pre-graduate practice is in St. Victor la Costa – France, while the diploma specialization is in Florence, Italy. He is a member of the European Architecture Student Assembly – Manoel, Malta. Since 2001 he is the manager and chief architect of the E-ARH Architectural Bureau.
President of The Chamber of Architecture and Spatial Planning of Slovenia
Tomaž Krištof established his own practice Studio Krištof in 2009, the DueDiligence trademark in 2012 and Dominium company in 2016.
In recent years Krištof is involved in integral renovations of apartment buildings built in the 1950s and 1960s, his work has been presented at several conferences and roundtables, International Architectural Exhibition in Venice in 2016 (at the Slovenian pavilion) and at the Architecture of Necessity exhibition in Småland, Sweden. In 2016 he participated in the renovation of Slovenska street in Ljubljana and was awarded the Golden Pencil award by the Chamber of Architecture and Spatial Planning of Slovenia for excellent execution.