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You can!

Wed, 08 May 2013 21:12:18 GMT2013-05-08T21:12:18Z

Hi! We have new NC's now:
The one is Inessa Kovalyova:
inessa_kovalyova@mail.ru
please check web-sites (easa Ukraine): vk.com
www.facebook.com




Sunday, March 10, 2013

Sun, 10 Mar 2013 06:37:23 GMT2013-03-10T06:37:23Z

Hi.I cannot contact somebody in Ukraine.What have I to do




Hi everyone

Sat, 08 Dec 2012 22:33:38 GMT2012-12-08T22:33:38Z

Seen we have a new webpage for easa, great ;)
Best Regards from Tirana/Albania

Ps:Accept my old address easa_albania@yahoo.com,please you may write also in gjoka_lorenc@yahoo.com




Friday, December 7, 2012

Fri, 07 Dec 2012 17:08:55 GMT2012-12-07T17:08:55Z

Hi there,
This website has fallen a bit off the radar, but EASA is still going. The next one is in Slovenia in summer 2013. I don't think they have a website yet but there facebook page is this:
www.facebook.com
I don't know who the contact is for spain anymore, but if you post something on the page I'm sure you can find out who to talk to.
Enjoy!




Hi Jelk.

Mon, 19 Nov 2012 23:40:47 GMT2012-11-19T23:40:47Z

Hi Jelk, first of all, I apologize for my english, i still improving it.

I'm an architect student from Spain. i discoverd EASA today and, wow, would be a wonderfull experience sharing theese days with other architecture students from all arround europe.
when I was investigating on that page, I also thought it's a bit undated. i'm trying to find if it still on work and stuff and, for sure, i'd be really pleased if finally i can go on that trip.
anyways if I find some currently information, i'll let you know. I hope u do the same hehe.
Hugs from Spain dude!!! Peace ;)




EASA.TK!

Fri, 02 Nov 2012 18:07:13 GMT2012-11-02T18:07:13Z

hello people,

I am not sure if this is still the place to be for leaving messages and stuff or that it is totally old-school, but as the EASA.TK domain was about to expire, I re-registered it again. But I do not really know if that is still worth my money. The website looks a bit outdated, the links to the left go up to 2010. Do you people still use this domain or is there something new? In that case I might better redirect the domain to the new thing, no matter if that would be facebook or something else? If anything?

Jelk




trans 21 Call for contributions: “in order”

Thu, 18 Aug 2011 17:21:12 GMT2011-08-18T17:21:12Z

Zurich, 16 February 2012. trans is a semi-annual professional journal of the Department of Architecture at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETHZ and has been managed by an independent student editorial team since 1997. The journal addresses current issues in architecture and urban development from a variety of perspectives, such as the humanities, politics, philosophy and the arts. trans thus sees itself as a platform for interdisciplinary discourse. Order provides us with a sense of structure and security. It helps us integrate impressions and information and to store objects systematically. Order is also a strategy for coping in a world that is becoming more and more complex and changing faster and faster. «Space and light and order. Those are the things that people need as much as they need bread or a place to sleep.» (Le Corbusier) However, order can result in standstill, monotony, boredom, and something alien or even hostile to existence.

Architecture and urban planning create order that does not always consider the needs of individuals and society. The division of functions in modernist urban planning is a classic example of this. And increasing social segregation currently attests to the potential dangers of too much order. What are the global effects of order that has been designed and built by a select few? In this era of individualism and radical social change, do we now instead need a ‹new order›? Can order prevail even in chaos? «The task of art today is to bring chaos into order.» (Theodor W. Adorno) Is order perhaps an obstacle, a cage, that limits our horizons?

What does it mean to be ‹in order›? In German, it also means that something is okay. But is that enough? A compromise? The end result of a vision and its realization? The theme of provides a forum to explicitly explore what is not in order in today’s architecture and what we should do about it. Is ‹in order› or ‹okay› something we should strive for or is it merely a consolation prize?

We are interested in fostering discussion of different positions, directions, and perspectives. The form of contributions to this discussion can be diverse, ranging from scientific articles, personal essays, comments, and portraits to illustrations, photo series, or collages, depending on the content. We welcome a short description of your proposed submission in the form of an abstract. This should be no longer than one DIN A4 page or 600 words, possibly supplemented with a few pictures. Please send us your abstract to the e-mail address below by March 25, 2012. The final contribution is due by May 27, 2012. will be available in selected bookstores in September 2012.

download call: dl.dropbox.com

kind regards
yvonne

transRedaktion
HIL D 32
ETH Hönggerberg
8093 Zürich
Tel.: + 41 44 633 27 61
trans@arch.ethz.ch
www.trans.ethz.ch




Slovenians

Fri, 20 Jan 2012 15:25:06 GMT2012-01-20T15:25:06Z

Hey!

I'm looking for Ben from Slovenia who's participated in easas around 2005-2007.

Also if you know any other cool Slovenian architects?

Many thanks,
agne@ycl.lt (Lithuania)




Shetland & Liege

Wed, 12 Oct 2011 20:40:15 GMT2011-10-12T20:40:15Z

Shetland:
www.flickr.com

Liege:
www.flickr.com




Friday, September 16, 2011

Fri, 16 Sep 2011 21:31:09 GMT2011-09-16T21:31:09Z

Some pictures @ www.flickr.com
MM




Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Tue, 30 Aug 2011 20:59:25 GMT2011-08-30T20:59:25Z

some photos here:

www.facebook.com




http://easanewspaper.tumblr.co​m/

Thu, 21 Jul 2011 12:48:43 GMT2011-07-21T12:48:43Z

hello everyone. here the news from cadiz:

tumblr. : easanewspaper.tumblr.co​m

twitter: twitter.com

or FB-Fanpage: www.facebook.com
...............
issue 1-13

issuu.com

EL PARASOL ISSUE UNO : issuu.com

EL PARASOL ISSUE DOSS: issuu.com

EL PARASOL ISSUE TRES: issuu.com

EL PARASOL ISSUE CUATRO: issuu.com

EL PARASOL ISSUE CINCO
issuu.com

EL PARASOL ISSUE SEIS:
issuu.com

EL PARASOL ISSUE SIETE:
issuu.com

EL PARASOL ISSUE OCHO
issuu.com

EL PARASOL ISSUE NUEVE
issuu.com

EL PARASOL ISSUE DIEZ
issuu.com

EL PARASOL ISSUE ONCE: (better late than never:)issuu.com

EL PARASOL ISSUE DOZE:

issuu.com

EL PARASOL ISSUE TRECE:

issuu.com

Thanks for reading the el parasol! see u next your in helsinki! thanks to everyone who helped us.

thanks to the organisers/helpers and participants of EASA011. u were super awesome.

the umbrella team




pictures of EASA in Urgup 1992

Wed, 20 Jul 2011 21:52:56 GMT2011-07-20T21:52:56Z

Hi everybody, I am searching for pictures of wonderful meeting in Turkiye 1992, Shetland Island 1993 and Liege 1994.

Please let me know if you have some beautiful souvenirs from old times....

thank you!




Madrid!!!

Sat, 02 Jul 2011 11:09:25 GMT2011-07-02T11:09:25Z

Hello Everyone

I havn't appeared here ages:)

3 beautiful Georgian girls need a shelter from 20th till 23rd july till easa any suggestions?

Thank you

Anuka




UMBRELLA 2011

Wed, 22 Jun 2011 12:00:11 GMT2011-06-22T12:00:11Z

UMBRELLA . EASANewspaper

UMBRELLAworkshop is calling for submissions for our Newspaper, In Cadiz@EASA Spain 2011!

Be.creativ . Be.Coast . De.Coast .

--->easanewspaper.tumblr.com

--->on 01JUL11 we are gonna start the EASA 011 . WORKSHOP REVIEW COUNTOWN on easanewspaper.tumblr.com

if u are ready? we are.

L ♥ VE
yvy. max. cec.




Coming back + invitation

Mon, 13 Jun 2011 07:08:33 GMT2011-06-13T07:08:33Z

Hi, folks!

My name's Gosha Zaborski - some elders could remember me, I hope:)

(image)

I was EASA participant and, than, tutor in 2004-2006. Today I'm going to tell you a short story and to invite you for a good action.

I was inspired with EASA, but my obsession was to develop easa-like spirit of informal architectural education in acton on my native post-soviet background. I've left participating in EASA and spent 4-5 years to drive this idea to sucsess(that's another, longer story of how it could be done: we were working on a small-scale local worksops and building installations for 4000-participants youth science camp in Russia 1,2,3,4; trying to make friends with government and fell in love with political radicals, etc...). Now it's done.

Open studio "ArchDepot" - architectural skills for the near future + educaton in action (yep, site is in progress of redesign to have bilingual form now, and most of pages are suspended - but feel free to use my e-mail to ask anything you couldn't locate on the site ). Studio works sustainable since oct., 2010.

I've decided, that's time to pay back for inspiration and experience, to bring our contrbution to EASA community. I'm invitng you to participate in the Insterburg summer school project (you may know the city - Insterburg|Cherniakhovsk was hosting SESAM 2010), and to contionue communication.

Truly yours (feeling myself like coming back to the family:), Goshaz gosha@goshaz.com




Do something for the tutors.

Fri, 20 May 2011 11:59:02 GMT2011-05-20T11:59:02Z

Hi all, I couldn’t agree more with the direction this discussion is pointing to. I myself have to take some shady credit for more than one numbed-out co-participant in EASA due to musical involvement. But I was trying to give this back in a serious/networking kind of level at all times. But why is EASA seen in this light? I think it boils down to two main issues: mediocre level of workshops lack of communication to outsiders To 1.: While there is a lot of ambition among workshop tutors (which are mostly alumni-easaians) only few of the workshops manage to surpass a certain level of playfulness and simplyness. This is of course due to some restrictions in resources but still tutors fear seriousness for some reason (.. not to spoil this “fun-summer-event”, maybe.). Workshops standards can mostly be regarded to be on an academic junior level. Almost none of the workshops is continued after the assembley. To 2.: Therefore the results are often nothing to talk about or even brag about by the participants, and only few will mention them in their portfolios. After coming back from the summer assembly there is still a humming noise in the FB or elsewhere amidst easaians but rarely to outsiders, publications or in the Universities everyone is returning to.Why do we have mediocre level of Workshops?: Because there is not enough competition among tutors, because there are not enough workshop applications. It is simply too easy to offer a workshop.In the many years that I have been to or followed EASA the Theme and the Tutorpack are mostly published on the EASA event site of the corresponding year, but seldom have I seen that outsiders where specifically invited to do tutoring. While it is of course very nice to have a lot of befriended EASA Dinos tutor the workshops, the communication carroussel and the competition among workshops would be spurred by input from other academic or commercial sources. And on another note: to be honest, it is not very alluring to offer a workshop in EASA. The conditions for tutors are just plain bad. If EASA wants to gain more workshop applications and thus gets to select the “better” and more qualified stuff it has to be more interesting to offer a workshop.And I’m not talking about a reduced fee for tutors. I’m talking about NO fee for tutors plus paying for expenditures such as flights/travel. Why is this possible for lecturers but not for tutors?Among the past EASAs we have seen organizing teams bragging high on their lecture schedule, but neglecting the workshop part, and in my humble opinion it should be the other way around. To wrap it up, I’m not condemning the party side of EASA but the serious part has do catch up with that. And as a free advice I’d like to shout out to future organizing teams: Make it more interesting for tutors to offer workshops in EASA and get outsiders interested to do so. Cover their expenditures and organize documentation and publishing of EASA workshop in renowned Architectural Magazines. Do not invite big name architects to do lectures. That is not the spirit of EASA and you can borrow books and magazines about their work in every library. Let starting local practices talk about how they solve their everyday lives problems and put the saved money into supporting the tutors for the Workshops. Cut the cost on unnecessary trips during EASA, they eat away your budget and the time for the workshops. Put all the saved Money into the workshops and materials. This rant could go on and on… but not to make it lengthy these are my 2dime. All the best, Daniel[...]



Thursday, May 19, 2011

Thu, 19 May 2011 20:33:53 GMT2011-05-19T20:33:53Z

thanks for replying! i was hoping it would reach more people, or that more people would have an opinion on this, like the one you posted. i guess a lot of us can just agree, and you take what you want from EASA anyway, so why would it touch me if someone is slutting it up and getting drunk. But again, the fragility of this EASA thing is something we should be aware of.

And i have to approve again of keeping EASA alive and kicking while we aren’t flirting and smartassing over workshops and booze. I feel guilty myself for not participating more on the blogs and so on, but i guess we need a vague enough framework to make it happen. Some generic topics (just like the yearly themes etc.)

Facebook is a blessing and a curse (ah, aren’t i a poet?) since every time i needed some input, i wrote a little message to a selected few and hoped for the best. Nothing beats discussing the future of our trade in real life, with possibly the prospect of getting laid by the end, if we are really really witty, but i think cyber-easa would be worth another shot.

I shall take it upon me to troll the EASA forums as long as i have my evenings and my internet connection, and see what comes out of it..

Though if calling 1000+ people sluts on one single instance didn’t help, i don’t know what will…




follow-up

Tue, 17 May 2011 14:41:44 GMT2011-05-17T14:41:44Z



http://easa.x42.at/?p=1793#comments




Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Tue, 17 May 2011 14:33:54 GMT2011-05-17T14:33:54Z

please EDIT:

lala.abd@gmail.com

not lala.aDB !




Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Tue, 17 May 2011 14:32:04 GMT2011-05-17T14:32:04Z

EXACTLY!
Thank u, Monica!




easa PR

Sun, 15 May 2011 09:21:38 GMT2011-05-15T09:21:38Z

Somone told me on friday: "ah, i know easa, but i will never ever EVER go there! it's only people who want to get drunk all the time and meet other architects and f#ck them" .. i tried explaining how it's quite a bit more than that, how most workshops are amazing and how the idea exchange that happens there can hardly take place in other environments, and what an amazing effort it has been to keep it running for 31 years now..

But none the less, dear EASA friends, let this be a constant reminder that EASA means more than that, and while we are not going to allow getting slut-shamed for participating, keep in mind that it's at least us that should see more than that and not join easa solely for the hookups and the beer, and that we are indeed responsible for the image we give easa and the info we share with the world!

This is not an appeal to morality and decency, because we are free to do what we please, but i would like to remind the NCs at least, that the way we describe EASA has an impact on the people who join and on the future of the network itself. It should not be promoted as an insane debaucherous fuckfest for architects, but as what it really is - the platform that allowed so many of us to evolve beyond the indoctrination of our home universities and meet the people who will certainly be on future El Croquis ; )

Future participants should see that and not let the event degenerate into the dreaded big party, since it's them that decide and shape EASA's future.

I don't want to be a party-pooper, because i have myself experienced the debauchery and i enjoyed it, dammit! But it hurt me to hear that someone had told this girl that EASA is nothing beyond orgies and alcohol, that that was the best thing about it, while the rest was irrelevant fluff.

We need some decent PR. And just another question, which platform are we using now? the easa.tk blog or easanetwork? they are both pretty silent..

Lots of love and hugs and nostalgia ..
xoxoxo




Solar Design Competition

Thu, 28 Apr 2011 14:33:02 GMT2011-04-28T14:33:02Z

Folks!
An international student solar design Competition has been announced by Dow Chemical for the fall of 2011. It's unique in that the prize winners will be determined by a peer-review process. Prizes range from $5000 to $20,000 USD.

Competitors will put their projects on Web sites for review by other contestants in a 3 phase jurying process. Contestants will be able to communicate with each other through the election ballots and via social media.

Think of it as a global brainstorming effort to find ideal solar/sustainable solutions for housing! The contest is designed to work with most university class schedules, so instructors may be able to incorporate it into their design studios.

Interested? Visit the competition Web site: www.dow.com/competition to get more details. You can sign up there for notifications. Official registration begins in August. Hope to see you then!

Ptr.
Peter Anders




contacts

Mon, 07 Aug 2006 21:13:00 GMT2006-08-07T21:13:00Z

questions about this site: mail markoor johannes Organisation 2011: Spain official easa 2011 websitewww.easa011.es 19.03.2011 National Contacts AlbaniaKlejdi Eskischool: Polytechnic University of Tiranaemail: klejdieski@gmail.com----------------------------------------------ArmeniaMarian Ayvazyanschool: email: ayvazyanm@yahoo.comTatevik Hakobyanschool: email: tatevhakobian@rambler.ru----------------------------------------------AustriaKerstin Pluchschool: Vienna University of Technologyemail: kerstin@easa.atPatrick Jaritzschool: Vienna University of Technologyemail: patrick@easa.atwebsite: www.easa.at----------------------------------------------AzerbaijanLeyla Ibrahimovaschool: email: leyla.ibrahimova@gmail.comLala Abdullayevaschool: email: lala.adb@gmail.com----------------------------------------------BelarusAnastasiya Andrukovikschool: BNTU (Belarusian National Technical University)email: A3solitude@yandex.ruIryna Balunenkaschool: BNTU (Belarusian National Technical University)email: no.need.in@gmail.com----------------------------------------------BelgiumThomas Roelandtsschool: University of ghent, Civil Engineer architectemail: roelandts.thomas@gmail.comThomas Cattrysseschool: University of ghent, Civil Engineer architectemail: thomas.cattrysse@ugent.be----------------------------------------------Bosnia-HerzegovinaNatasa Jukicschool: Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering / Banja Lukaemail: natasajukic@hotmail.comIvana Rajkovacaschool: Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering / Banja Lukaemail: ivana256@yahoo.comNatasa Radakovicschool: Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering / Banja Lukaemail: radakovicnatasa@gmail.com----------------------------------------------BulgariaDobrin Petkovschool: UACEG - University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy Sofiaemail: absinatri@yahoo.comNikolay Mitovschool: UACEG - University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy Sofiaemail: nikoto@abv.bg----------------------------------------------CroatiaHana Grebenarschool: University of Zagreb, School of Architecture email: hanagrebe@hotmail.comAleksandra Poljanecschool: University of Zagreb, School of Architecture email: poljanec.aleksandra@gmail.com----------------------------------------------CyprusAbdullah Denizhanschool: email: deniz_apo@hotmail.comElina (Eleni) Spanoudeschool: email: elinaspanoude@yahoo.co.uk----------------------------------------------Czech RepublicEliška Slámováschool: CZECH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY IN PRAGUE (CVUT) /Faculty of Architectureemail: sanbanana@seznam.czDavid Kovaříkschool: VSUP Praha/ AAAD Pragueemail: hallninet@seznam.cz----------------------------------------------DenmarkKatja Nicoline Meyerschool: The Royal Danish Academy of fine arts School of architectureemail: katjameyer2505@hotmail.comLiv Grete Framgardschool: Aarhus School of Architectureemail: etergvil@yahoo.co.uk----------------------------------------------EstoniaMari-Liis Vunderschool: Estonian Academy of Artemail: mariliis.vunder@gmail.comMari Rassschool: Eesti Kunstiakadeemia (Estonian Academy of Arts)email: marirass@gmail.com----------------------------------------------FinlandVille Mellinschool: HUTemail: ville.mellin@[...]



easa011 workshops

Fri, 25 Feb 2011 22:24:39 GMT2011-02-25T22:24:39Z

Dear easians,

We have recently announced the selected workshops for easa011 on www.easa011.es. Congratulations to all selected tutors!

See you in 147 days in Cadiz,
Fran