Roman Vrtiška and Vladimir Žak on how we should concern our optics more towards local sources and traditions
Roman Vrtiška, Vladimír Žák, VRTIŠKA ŽÁK, Czech Republic It is almost impossible to identify local problem. In general, we should concern our optics more towards local sources and traditions, to avoid
I. & A. Vikelas, Vikelas & Associate Architects, Greece I believe Covid-19 implications will continue to be evident even long after the distribution of safe vaccines. Architecture shall have to re-address
Andrey Arnaudov, PROEKTTA Studio, Bulgaria The absence of clear recognition towards the identity and the values of Sofia is the basic issue in the city, where our office is located. Sofia
Parasite Studio, Romania One’s behavior is the main social engine that drives changes and modifies the social group`s behavior. Social distancing is on long term one of the Covid-19 pandemic consequence.
Meneghello Paolelli Associati on how designers and companies must re-think the formula to promote business through alternative channels
Meneghello Paolelli Associati, Italy Our industry (design) is still very linked to the trade shows as crucial moments to present products and push them both on communication and commercial standpoints. All
Wolfgang Schmieder on the significant impact Covid-19 will have on construction activity in the medium term
Wolfgang Schmieder, Fischer Schmieder Architekten, Austria I think that the Covid pandemic will have a significant impact on construction activity in the medium term. The order situation will become noticeably thinner.
Biroarchitetti: There is still too much of a gap between young, innovative architects and the developers
Biroarchitetti, Italy Even in an advanced metropolis like Milan, there is still too much of a gap between young, innovative architects and the developers that gradually build the city of the
Ion Popusoi and Bogdan Preda, Romania The virus changed deeply the way we work. We try to do online as many meetings as we could, except site visitings.
Pavlos Chatziangelidis, 314 Architecture Studio, Greece During our internment, we appreciated more our social life and safety rules turned us towards public or private outdoor spaces. Unfortunately, the outdoor public spaces
Roman Vrtiška, Vladimír Žák, VRTIŠKA ŽÁK, Czech Republic Many clients nowadays are more accurate in term of saving investments and behaving more carefully, than before. We are all forced to think
I. & A. Vikelas, Vikelas & Associate Architects, Greece Public administration offices providing various services to the citizens have to change radically. Rearrangement and use of technology may reduce queues and
Claudia Campone, Thirtyone Design, Italy My perspective is generally very optimistic: pandemic lockdown somehow forced us to study, research and work more without too much distraction. This has been a unique
Andrey Arnaudov, PROEKTTA Studio, Bulgaria COVID-19 will affect the architectural profession in many ways, as well the life of the whole society. We expect an increased demand for residential projects with
Parasite Studio, Romania The city of Timisoara was formed as a polycentric town, with different neighborhoods, that complement each other, forming a vibrant place. The whole city was linked by Bega
Meneghello Paolelli Associati, Italy MPA (Meneghello Paolelli Associati) promptly adapted to the new situation, taking advantage of smart-working and to the chances offered by the new ways of communicating and sharing
Wolfgang Schmieder, Fischer Schmieder Architekten, Austria The regulations and building laws based on them are becoming increasingly complicated and confusing. There are now more than two hundred standards and guidelines for
Biroarchitetti, Italy Covid already has a strong impact on our work, as one of our main themes is the design of buildings and interiors for offices. The initial shock is gradually
Ion Popusoi and Bogdan Preda, Romania The distorted urbanization and traffic problems that Bucharest is facing are so deep, that sincerely, I don’t know how should architects alone could respond to
Pavlos Chatziangelidis, 314 Architecture Studio, Greece Today, we are experiencing a unprecedented situation worldwide. Architecture should drastically react to prevent similar scenarios in the future. Architecture formed our life during quarantine
Nenad Fabijanić, Arhitektonski studio Fabijanić, Croatia The latest one has been brought around by the earthquake in Zagreb earlier this year. We are doing our part by working on reconstruction and adaptation
Andrea Botter and Emanuele Bressan on the need for a more careful design of private indoor and outdoor spaces
Andrea Botter and Emanuele Bressan, Studio Botter + Studio Bressan, Italy The obligation to stay closed indoors for long periods has brought out a greater attention of our customers towards the domestic
Eligo Studio, Italy Talking about interior design, we think that COVID-19 crisis give us a change to improve the quality of the interior spaces looking for better materials and smart solutions.
Zamboni Associati Architettura, Italy Covid-19 is not the problem but the evidence of the problem, or the tip of the iceberg. It brings to light even more strongly the crisis of
Nenad Fabijanić, Arhitektonski studio Fabijanić, Croatia There has been a period of working from home while quarantine was on and all our meetings were online, otherwise Covid-19 had no relevant impact on our
Andrea Botter and Emanuele Bressan on the need to recover the existing building stock and the protection of the territory
Andrea Botter and Emanuele Bressan, Studio Botter + Studio Bressan, Italy A big problem that afflicts our territory of triveneto, but also a big part of Italian soil, is the need