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Architecture and Urbanism
Are you eco friendly? Join the Earth Building Workshop, Siwa Oasis, Egyptian Western Desert, and explore the heritage of magical oasis. The Earth Building workshop is part of the "Terhal Project" organized by Mohamed El-Sheikh.
"Terhal" project is a series of architectural workshops held in different places in Egypt which have a unique architectural style such as: western desert oases, Mediterranean cities, Upper Egypt cities and villages, Sinai, Cairo, Suez-canal cities, Red-sea shore, Delta, Nubia. The aim of the project and the workshops is to propose architectural solutions and proposals to redevelop these places and to conserve its unique style that is threatened to vanish. The project targets young architects and architecture students.
Design phase is instructed by Regina Loukotova, rector of Archip.
Building phase is instructed by Atoms Studio.
Price: 250 eur
Price includes camping, breakfast, dinner, bus to the oasis.
More info and reservation: email@example.com
The Department of Theory and History of Architecture, FA CTU would like to invite you to the conference realized within the project Architecture of the 1980s in the Czech Republic – Specificity, Identity and Parallel Reflections on the Background of Normalization (DG18P02OVV013) in the program of applied research and development of the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic National and Cultural Identity – NAKI II.
The aim of the conference is a meeting and debate between personalities of various professions connected with architecture and construction culture of the 1980s in Czechoslovakia.
Thursday 2. 12. 2021 - excursions
Friday 3. 12. 2021 - conference at FA CTU, social evening
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