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Pomost / Bridge

2018-03-05
Akademia Architektury, Amsterdam

Wydział Architektury i Wzornictwa ASP Gdańsk wraz z Akademią Architektury z Amsterdamu (Amsterdam University of the Arts) zapraszają na warsztaty, seminarium, wykład:

Pomost / Bridge

Termin:  08.03

09:00-13:00 krytyki warsztatowe

15:00-18:00 seminarium wykładowe

19:00-21:30 wykład otwarty suplementarny

Miejsce: Baszta

Prowadzący: Bart Bulter (Amsterdam), Jacek Dominiczak (Gdańsk), Sebastian Janusz (Amsterdam), Jan-Richard Kikkert (Amsterdam).

This Thursday, 8 of March, we are inviting you to join pomost/bridge: workshop, seminar and public lecture with students and tutors from Academy of Architecture, Amsterdam University of the Arts and Department od Architecture and Design, Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk.


MORNING WORKSHOP/CRITS

Hours: 9:00-13:00

Place: Wielka Zbrojownia

Space: Baszta

The theme: The concepts of architecture school. We are going to discuss the ideal architecture school typology. Students will be researching building programme and spatial concepts. They don't look at location or environment but strictly focus on typology research.

The students from both Amsterdam and Gdańsk will join workshop.

The critics will be: Bart Bulter, Amsterdam; Jacek Dominiczak, Gdańsk; Sebastian Janusz, Amsterdam; Jan-Richard Kikkert, Amsterdam; and the room.

Bart Bulter is an Amsterdam based architect, principal of Bulter architecten, and a tutor at Amsterdam Academy of Architecture (Amsterdam School of the Arts).

Jacek Dominiczak is a Gdańsk based architect, urban designer and professor of the Academy of Fine Arts. He works on the theory of Dialogic City. Recently he leads Studio for City Interior Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk. He use to teach architecture and work in Europe, US and Australia.

Sebastian Janusz is an Amsterdam based architect, Senior Architect at Rijnboutt studio, and guest tutor at the Amsterdam Academy of Architecture and at the TU Delft. He use to work with Rem Koolhaas at OMA and Ben van Berkel at UNStudio. After being classically trained as a pianist and composer in Poland and Russia, he studied architecture in Poland and Germany and completed his masters degree at the Amsterdam Academy of Architecture, The Netherlands.

Jan-Richard Kikkert is an Amsterdam based architect and head of the Architectural department of the Amsterdam Academy of Architecture. His travels brought him in contact with the works of John Lautner in 2005. In the following ten years he visited every John Lautner designed project, from Los Angeles to Aspen and from Anchorage to Acapulco. He is currently working on a book that documents his research.

 

AFTERNOON LECTURE SEMINAR: PERSPECTIVES

Hours: 15:15-18:00

Place: Wielka Zbrojownia

Space: Baszta

Sebastian Janusz, Amsterdam: Space in Motion

Jacek Dominiczak, Gdańsk: Dialogic City

 

PUBLIC LECTURE

Hour: 19:00-21:00

Place: Wielka Zbrojownia

Space: Baszta

John Lautner (1911-1994) was an American Architect who lived and worked in Los Angeles. He was educated as an apprentice at the office of Frank Lloyd Wright, who believed in learning by doing. According to Mr. Wright, Lautner grew out to be the second best architect in the world. Lautners architecture is best characterized as organic architecture in the definition of being respectful to man and nature.

Lautners work developed from being close to his master to a totally unique and individual oeuvre. He never repeated himself which made his work incomprehensible for critics and fellow architects. Only on the occasion of celebrating his 100th birthday Lautner started to get the recognition that he deserved, placing him between the giants of Modern Architecture of the 20th century.

Jan-Richard Kikkert is an Amsterdam based architect and head of the Architectural department of the Amsterdam Academy of Architecture. His travels brought him in contact with the works of John Lautner in 2005. In the following ten years he visited every John Lautner designed project, from Los Angeles to Aspen and from Anchorage to Acapulco. He is currently working on a book that documents his research.