12th CANactions International Architecture Festival, which will take place in Kyiv, Ukraine from May 17-18, 2019.
This year, the Festival will be focused on an exploration of a notion of HROMADA — Ukrainian name for the community, which is embedded into the country’s historic and cultural codes and reflected in contemporary social movements and architectural forms. With attention to the built environment, which makes a habitat for today’s HROMADA and considering various applications that the term COMMUNITY finds in architecture, urban and regional planning projects all over the world, we would like to explore “HROMADA” as a social and spatial phenomenon.
Do not miss two days of lectures, exhibitions, master-classes, talks, films and discussions at CANactions Festival 2019.
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12-й Міжнародний архітектурний фестиваль CANactions, який відбудеться 17-18 травня 2019 року в Києві.
Темою Фестивалю 2019 стане ГРОМАДА — українська назва спільноти, яка є невід’ємною частиною історичного й культурного коду країни та знаходить своє відображення в сучасних суспільних рухах та архітектурних формах.
Розглядаючи середовище існування сьогоднішньої ГРОМАДИ та різні приклади використання терміну «СПІЛЬНОТА» в архітектурі та проектах з міського та регіонального планування по всьому світу, ми прагнемо дослідити «ГРОМАДУ» як соцальний та просторовий феномен.
Лекції, майстер-класи, виставки, дискусії та кінопокази відбудуться впродовж двох днів Фестивалю CANactions 2019.
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Join us at Anthology Festival on February 17 for this ALL-STAR CAST share their thoughts and ideas on "Architecture in The Philippines"⠀
This panel discussion will be moderated by Mirella Gallego of the Cebu-based Gallego Architects and join by Manny Miñana, Conrad Onglao, Dan Lichauco and Gelo Mañosa.⠀
The Philippines, comprised of more than 7,107 islands, 170 languages, more than 300 years of Colonial Rule, ravaged by war and re-built from ashes, the country has gone through an evolution which has shaped the Built Environment, our understanding and expression of Architecture through the centuries and has defined our buildings to what we as Architects of today believe captures the essence of Filipino culture, lifestyle, and environment. Architecture in the Philippines today is a result of the country’s growth, it’s past, the present and it’s hope for the future. The Philippines in essence, like so many aspects of the country, has become an Architectural Melting Pot. This poses the big question, “Do we really have Philippine Architecture?” With so much history and influence and our country being a “melting pot” and “hybrid” of design, what then do we define is uniquely Filipino?⠀
The Panel will look into the understanding of Philippine Architecture, from its colonial past to the buildings of the 20th and 21st Century- what makes or defines Filipino Architecture? It aims to explore the appreciation of the development of the Architecture as a means of expression of culture, heritage and, environment. The Preservation of our history and identity through our Buildings and Architecture in the Philippines today; our position on a global platform and creating timeless Architecture that captures the unique identity of the Filipino Culture.⠀
#anthologyfest2019 #buildingimpact #archdaily #philippinearchitecture #dezeen #archilovers #architecturefestival #philippines #gallegoarchitects #mañosa #miñana #conradonglao #archion
All the way from UK, MARTIN GLEDHILL, a great mentor from the University of Bath will share his expertise at Anthology Festvial 2019. For the last 15 years, UoB's Architecture Department has consistently ranked top 1 or top 3 in all of the UK. Buy you tickets now and join us!⠀
MARTIN GLEDHILL qualified at the University of Bath under Michael Brawne, Peter Smithson and Patrick Hodgkinson. For 25 years he worked as a practising architect, both within his own practice, Gledhill Walker Architects, and with Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios amongst others.⠀
Martin has particular interest in the symbolism and ‘spirituality’ of architecture, arising from a life long interest in Jungian psychology and theology. The connections between analytical psychology and the design process form part of an ongoing research paper. In September 2014, Martin completed an MA Jungian and Post Jungian Studies. He is now developing his dissertation topic ‘The Tower – Myth and Fiction’ as a PhD and hopefully a book will emerge that examines Jung and Architecture.⠀
Martin travels widely looking at contemporary architecture in order to inform studio teaching. He believes that the craft of building is an integral part of any conceptual agenda. Moreover, open, lively and dedicated discussion with every student is at the core of what he endeavors to do.⠀
Photo from http://www.architecturetoday.co.uk/bath-architecture/⠀
#AnthologyFestival2019 #ImpactArchitecture #BuildingImpact #architecturefestival #designfestival #designcompetition #architecture #design #archilife #architecturestudent #ilovearchitecture #archilovers #next_top_architects #architects_need #architectureanddesign #designbetter
My mentor @udumbaragesu
has hand picked a few of us and entrusted us with a section of Navel Consciousness™️. Today I began my role.
I was invited to my Alma Mater @rizvicollegeofarchitecture
for our Annual college festival ‘Archfest’. Their theme of ‘Samudaya - Community Architecture’ fit perfectly with the topic I chose. Individuals make up a community, and I chose to focus on the individual. It was a pleasure to see about 120 students present, including senior and junior faculty.
I chose to present her talk about ‘Obedience vs Resonance’. It was her talk but I was the bridge to bring it to my target audience. Her depth and my style of relating to the youngsters. I felt this topic is absolutely relevant to students. Not just during their education but as a base of their life choices too.
As most of my sessions are never one sided talks, this one too involved silent games, deep personal catharsis, public sharing and a Q&A. I especially loved that my question “what does freedom mean to you” was asked back to me by one of the students.
In the past I have loved interacting with students and engaging with them deeply. I have been doing this since 2011. I have never been more deeply content after a session than I am after just 1 hour of interaction. I know that this is just the beginning and that there is a long road ahead. Navel Consciousness™️ and more importantly my mentor Udumbara Gesu have given me the tools, the perspective, the strength, the clarity & the opportunity to hone my skills and fulfill my purpose in life. And I am deeply grateful.
A big shout out to my Alma Mater Rizvi College of Architecture for hosting and taking care of me, and especially to @arwagodiwala
for making this happen.
I look forward to more such in-person events. In the meantime do stay tuned to my upcoming online workshops/classes.
#shivshera #shivsheraudumbara #archfest #archfest2018 #community #obedience #resonance #navelconsciousness #udumbaragesu #mentor #mystic #mentee #godeep #students #studentlife #architecturefestival #samudaya #healing #catharsis #introspection #manup #ncmensclub #divinemasculine #realdeal #love #rise #sharing #personalstory
From the University of Cincinnati and the curator of the Philippine Pavilion - Venice Architecture Biennale 2018 will join us at Anthology Architecture and Design Festival 2019. ⠀
EDSON G. CABALFIN is Associate Professor and currently Coordinator of the undergraduate and graduate Interior Design program in the School of Architecture and Interior Design at the University of Cincinnati. He received his Ph.D. in Architecture (Major in History of Architecture, Minors in Historic Preservation and Southeast Asian Studies) in 2012 from Cornell University. Under a Fulbright Fellowship from 2001 to 2003, he received his Master of Science degree in Architecture (Major in History, Theory, Criticism) from the University of Cincinnati. Prior to coming to the United States, he had received his professional B.S. Architecture (cum laude) and Master of Architecture degrees from the University of the Philippines in 1996 and 2001 respectively. He has previously taught in various capacities at Cornell University, University of the Philippines, University of Santo Tomas, Far Eastern University and De la Salle University – College of Saint Benilde. He has taught courses in architecture and interior design, history and theory of architecture, history of interior design, freehand drawing and rendering, materials and construction, professional practice, branding, research methods, Philippine arts and culture, and fashion design. He is the curator of the Philippine Pavilion at the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale 2018.⠀
#AnthologyFestival #ImpactArchitecture #BuildingImpact #architecturefestival #designfestival #designcompetition #architecture #design #archilife #architecturestudent #ilovearchitecture #archilovers #next_top_architects #architects_need #architectureanddesign #designbetter #philippinearchitecture
The Kachumbala Maternity Unit made the shortlist for the 2018 World Architecture Festival Awards in the Health category.
Optus Stadium made the shortlist for the 2018 World Architecture Festival Awards in the Sport - Completed Buildings category (In association with Cox Architecture and Hassell).
Elsley House, our HKS London studio, made the shortlist for the 2018 INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors Awards in the Offices category. Stop-motion by @hannahmjaggers
We are excited for #WAF18
Day One tomorrow! If you are around today make sure to join us for the welcoming reception this evening, which will start at 19:00 in the Mountain House, Strandzuid (located in the complex of the RAI). #ArchitectureFestival #WAF #Amsterdam
And they're off! Mark Tillett and the group are cycling to Amsterdam for
It's a 140km ride to Harwich tonight before they take an overnight ferry to the Hook of Holland to carry on the ride to Amsterdam tomorrow #WAF18
MICHAEL KWOK, Chairman of the East Asia Region, Arup will join us at #AnthologyFestival2019
1984, BSc in Civil Engineering, Imperial College of University of London; Registered Structural Engineer in Hong Kong and in the People’s Republic of China. MICHAEL KWOK joined Arup since 1986 and was involved in many large scale building and infrastructure projects in Hong Kong and in China; currently, Member of Arup Group Board and East Asia Board, Chairman of East Asia Region. He is a Fellow Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers, UK; Member of Institution of Structural Engineers, UK and Hong Kong Institution of Engineers. He was the engineer and Director-in-charge for many impactful projects in the region and worked with many world renowned architects including: Foster & Partners – Hong Kong International Airport, Beijing International Airport Terminal 3; OMA – CCTV New Headquarter Building, Beijing, Shenzhen Stock Exchange; Herzog & De Meuron – National Stadium, Beijing; BIG – Danish Pavilion Shanghai World Expo, Shenzhen Energy Mansion; UN Studio – Raffles City Hangzhou; Moshe Safdie – Raffles City Chongqing; SOM – China World Trade Center Tower 3, Beijing. Expertise: commercial, residential, retail, transport and sports buildings.
#ImpactArchitecture #ALLin #ALLtogether #architecturefestival #designfestival #designcompetition #architecture #design #archilife #architecturestudent #ilovearchitecture #archilovers #next_top_architects #architects_need #arup
is already tomorrow and you can find us at stand C150.
Swipe left to see 👀what our stand is going to look like - so you know where to go, when you want to come say “Hi” 👋🏼.
If you can’t make it, keep an eye on our Instagram story where we will be sharing our days at #WAF
with you guys.
Sending the very best of luck to all the finalists shortlisted for this week's @worldarchfest #waf18
Awards. Bardon House is among the shortlisted designs and our Creative Director Liam Proberts (pictured here) is making his way to Amsterdam to present to a panel of internationally renowned judges and delegates from around the world. Photographer: @Emma