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October Programme 2019 HERE →


Business Architectural Forum

Wood interior design has recently become very popular and widespread. Wood has lately become one of the essential and extremely popular materials along with the increased awareness about the importance of environmental protection, sustainable development, use of renewable energies and circular economy. Wood turned out to be universally useful, from material as well as from non-material viewpoint, since it provides numerous innovative solutions and at the same time it also greatly affects our well-being.

Some esteemed foreign lecturers are going to present their own experience and projects which are distinguished by innovative use of wood in interior design. The projects clearly reflect certain future perspectives as well as a care for the environment, and they combine traditional local knowledge with modern practices.

There will also be some architects who are going to talk about how to bring into line client’s demands, environmental requirements, legislation, technological limitations as well as author’s ideas and combine them all into cosy, useful, economical and aesthetically elaborated places. More HERE →

Architectural Challenges and Responses

Challenge: BIM from the perspective of collaboration among various professionals
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a process initiated by an architect who shall, during a design phase, work closely with his colleagues who are in charge of several other technical disciplines, with an aim to optimise architectural design and functionality. Many architects in the SEE region have been practising the BIM model for quite a few years now, but unfortunately this system of cooperation has not yet become sufficiently widespread, since many of those responsible for other technical areas – such as structural engineering, energy performance optimisation, project and cost optimisation, and facility management – are running late with the BIM process implementation.
Curator and moderator: Marko Dabrović; Studio 3LHD, Croatia

Challenge: Private or public?
This ongoing debate has been greatly affected by history, politics and economy. As architects, we are always eager to give our feedback concerning public projects, and we are always