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11. 4. 2023: In models and pictures. The exhibition at the Faculty of Architecture of the CTU will present the work of Le Corbusier

A unique collection of more than 150 models of buildings by the legendary architect Le Corbusier will be presented at the Faculty of Architecture of the CTU. They will be accompanied by a photography exhibition, guided tours and two lecture evenings. The opening will take place on Tuesday 18 April at 6 pm.

5. 4. 2023: Architecture, design, smart cities. Faculty of Architecture is accepting applications for Ph.D. studies

The admission procedure for Ph.D. studies in the academic year 2023/2024 is open until 28 April 2023. Interested students can apply for three study programmes and choose from more than sixty subject areas.

29. 3. 2023: Give the city back to the people. Urban Design Award-winning projects build the future on historic foundations

The competition for the best urban design projects of eight schools of architecture of the Visegrad Group was won by the project of the development of the centre of Strakonice by Tereza Říhová from the Faculty of Architecture of the CTU. The announcement of the 27th Urban Design Award took place on 20 March at the FA CTU.

28. 3. 2023: Architecture at CTU succeeds in international comparison

Architecture teaching at CTU is ranked in the QS Rankings. In the Architecture and Built Environment category, the Prague school shares a place with Brno University of Technology.

2. 3. 2023: (Un)fulfilled Ambition. The book traces an escape from the projective everyday of the 1980s

The latest publication by editors Petr Vorlík and Hubert Guzik from the Department of Theory and History of Architecture, FA CTU, concludes the extensive project Architecture of the 1980s. Following the books a(typ), Unbuilt, Conversations and Improvisation, Ambition focuses on the workings of society, construction and architectural practice. The presentation of the book, accompanied by a screening of contemporary documents and a debate with experts, will take place on 9 March at 6 pm at the Faculty of Architecture of the CTU in Prague.

1. 2. 2023: Landscape scars and urban furniture for Prague. Faculty of Architecture exhibits student works

The Faculty of Architecture of the CTU in Prague invites you to visit the regular exhibition of semester projects. The exhibition showcases outputs from a total of 68 studios of three study programmes – Architecture and Urbanism, Landscape Architecture and Design. The works are on display until 10 February in the building of the Faculty of Architecture of the CTU, Thákurova 9, Prague 6.

11. 11. 2022: Dean's Awards 2022 were announced

On Thursday, 10 November, the winners of the second year of the Dean's Award were announced at the Faculty of Architecture of CTU. Jurors awarded the best studio and theoretical works of the past academic year. The works are on display at the FA CTU until 5 December.

25. 10. 2022: It is time for a change. Sustainable urban futures cannot be achieved without breaking down processes and restrictive norms

November Talks, the November lectures at the Faculty of Architecture of the CTU, will offer a new perspective on the future of cities. The series will kick off on 7 November with Winy Maas, currently a visiting professor at the FA CTU. The lecture series, subtitled FUTURE(S): Time for Change, will feature four international figures in architecture, urbanism and design who share a visionary and radical approach.

9. 8. 2022: Torso belongs in the landscape, shows this year's winner of the Břetislav Štorm Prize

The jury of the Břetislav Štorm Award selected the best works in the field of conservation. The student projects reflect different approaches to the reconstruction of heritage buildings and also intervene in the professional debate. The award-winning diploma project became part of the documentation for the nomination of Žatecko to the UNESCO World Heritage List.

18. 7. 2022: Winy Maas (MVRDV) will lead the new studio of a visiting professor

During the academic year 2022/23, Winy Maas, director of think tank The Why Factoy (TU Delft) and director and co-founder of MVRDV will lead two studios as visiting professor at the Faculty of Architecture of the CTU. In the Fall Semester 2022, the design studio Next Planet will explore how design can respond to a multitude of planetary urgencies. The Why Factory’s team will also be teaching in Prague. Under their guidance, students will seek alternative visions for the development of cities and the planet.

13. 6. 2022: The monography about Ladislav Lábus shows the strange and silent beauty of his buildings

The book Houses in Free Verse introduces the work and personality of architect and Dean Emeritus of the Faculty of Architecture of the CTU Ladislav Lábus. His colleagues and friends have taken on the role of curators, presenting him as a poet, an intellectual and a demanding creator who is strict with himself and his buildings. The editor of the book is Matúš Dulla.

27. 5. 2022: The university campus of the future and the pavilion for the Slav Epic. Students exhibit summer semester projects

The Faculty of Architecture of the CTU in Prague invites the public to an exhibition of student projects. The results of more than 1000 students from 67 studios and three programmes – Architecture and Urbanism, Landscape Architecture and Design - will be presented. The doors of the studios in the building of the Faculty of Architecture of the CTU, Thákurova 9, Prague 6 will be open to visitors until 5. 6.

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