Record of Studies and Projects of the Department of History & Theory of Architecture and Heritage Conservation, 2015-2016

Anca Hanna DERER, Professor, Dr. Habil. Arch.

Member of the IMUAU Senate, member of the Urban Planning Division of the National Commission for Historic Monuments, president of the National Commission for Historic Monuments, member of the Inventory Section of the National Commission for Historic Monuments, president of the Zonal Commission no.2 of the National Commission for Historic Monuments

“Back to the Basics of Architecture: Integrating Scales”, at the European Symposium on Research in Architecture and Urban Design – EURAU In Between Scales, Bucharest, 2016 and printed in Jöger, Beatrice-Gabriela (main editor), Proceedings. European Symposium on Research in Architecture and Urban Design. Bucharest, September 28 – 30th, 2016. In Between Scales, 2016

“Veterana. Despre arta şi ştiinţa supravieţuirii cu Facultatea de Medicină din Bucureşti” [The Veteran. On the art and science of survival with the Bucharest University of Medicine]. Paper presented at the Arhitectură. Restaurare. Arheologie [Architecture. Restoration. Archaeology] international symposium, Bucharest, 2016

“Internationales Kulturerbe: Architektur des Krieges. Die ehemalige deutsche Gesandtschaft in Bukarest” Caiete ARA. Arhitectură. Restaurare. Arheologie / Cahiers ARA / ARA Hefte / ARA Reports, 7 (2016)

“(Multi?)Cultural Bucharest: on Older and Newer Residential Area Types in the Capital of Romania.” in Gavra, E.G., Gkioufi, K., Tsotsos, G. (eds.), Culture and Space in Balkan area. 17th- 20th century, International Symposium, Thessaloniki:University of Macedonia Press, 2015

“‘Die Löwengrube / Groapa cu lei’, ipoteze urbanistice şi de arhitectură / ‘Die Löwengrube / Groapa cu Lei’, städtebauliche und architektonische Hypothesen, in Beşliu Munteanu, Petre (ed.); Derer, Hanna; Beşliu Munteanu, Petre; Klein, Konrad; Mureşan, Valentin; Frîncu, Raluca Maria; Teodorescu, Raluca Maria; Ivănuş, Nicuşor Dănuţ, „Groapa cu Lei”. Istorie şi arheologie / Die „Löwengrube”. Geschichte und Archäologie, Editura Honterus Sibiu / Honterus Verkag Hermannstadt, Sibiu / Hermannstadt, 2015

“Building Urbanity in Bucharest”, studies in History & Theory of Architecture 3 (2015)

Research projects:

Substantiation studies for future interventions for 12A Nicolae Iorga st. – the Mihail Suţu house.

Ana Maria ZAHARIADE, Professor, Dr. Arch.

Member of the National Commission for Public Forum Monuments, member of the IMUAU Senate, Fellow of the Institut d’Etudes Avancées de Nantes, vice-president of the Order of Romanian Architects, independent expert for EURIAS, “European Prize For Urban Public Space” and “Mies van der Rohe European Award”, member of ICOMOS-Romanian Branch, member in the editorial board of the Martor magazine, editor to the journal of sITA - studies in History and Theory of Architecture

“Scandaloasa obiectivitate” [The Outrageous Objectivity], foreword to Irina Tulbure, Arhitectură şi Urbanism în Romania anilor 1944-1960: constrângere şi experiment [Architecture and Planning in Romania during 1944 and 1960: Constraint and Experiment], Simetria, 2016

Introduction to the Romanian translation of Kenneth Frampton, Modern Architecture. A Critical History, Editura Universitară Ion Mincu, 2016;

“De ce e greu de organizat un concurs ‘bun’” [The Pitfalls of Organizing a Good Architectural Competition] in A&B (Arhitects & Bucharest), journal of the Bucharest branch of the Romanian Chamber Architects, 2016

“De la “înfundătură” la “intrare”. Locuri ale Bucureştiului cotidian” [From “deadend” to “close”. Places of Everyday Bucharest] introduction to Bucharest Culs-de-sac, collective volume, AM Zahariade, coordinator, Editura Universitară Ion Mincu, 2016;

“Din spatele greu accesibil al Palatului Parlamentului” [From Behind the Palace of Parliament] in the Catalogue of the Shrinking Cities Exhibition, National Museum of Contemporary Art, 2016;

Co-author of the Brief of the international architectural competition The NEW MNIR. New Spatial and Museographic Concept for the National History Museum of Romania in Bucharest.

Nicolae LASCU, Professor, Dr. Arch.

Head of the Council for Doctoral Studies within the IMUAU, member of the IMUAU Senate, Vice-Chairperson of the Union of Architects of Romania, President of Commission 8 – “Arts” of the Romanian Agency for Higher Education Quality Assurance (ARACIS), member in the European Section jury of the 2015 Premio Gubbio at Associazione Nazionale per I Centri Storici ed Artistici (ANCSA)

Research project:

Romanian Avant-garde Highlights in the Biography of Bucharest

Mihaela CRITICOS, Associate Professor, Dr. Arch.

Head of the “Sanda Voiculescu” Department of Architectural History & Theory and Heritage Conservation, Visiting Professor at “Gabriele d’Annunzio” University, Chieti-Pescara

Coordinator of a multiannual research program in the field of restoration consisting of workshops, lectures and research projects (with prof. Stefano D’Avino, Univ. “Gabriele D’Annunzio”, Chieti-Pescara). 2016 workshop themes:

- The Restoration of the Solacolu Inn, Bucharest, October 2015;

- The Restoration of the Ancient Citadel of Giurgiu, Bucharest-Giurgiu, April 2016;

- Lacune urbane. Memoria e identita. Progetti per Pianella (Urban Lacunae. Memory and Identity. Projects for Pianella), Pescara-Pianella, July 2016.

Member in evaluation committees for cultural projects and competitions for:

- The Order of Romanian Architects (OAR) – June 2016;

- The Administration of Monuments and Touristic Heritage (AMPT) of the Municipality of Bucharest – September-October 2016.

Kázmér KOVÁCS, Associate Professor, Dr. Arch.

Member in the editorial board of Urbanismul-serie nouă journal, Member in the scientific committee of sITA – studies in History and Theory of Architecture journal, Member in the scientific committee of cVAS - Dealu Frumos Centre for Vernacular Architecture Studies Annual journal

„Metaphorical Function of the Architectural Form” in On Form and Pattern, Editura Academiei, Bucharest, 2015, Cătălin Vasilescu, editor

Author of the „Argument” as well as coordinator of the dossier „Destructured Spaces”, Arhitectura nr. 6/2015, Bucharest

Drumuri, oraşe – Amintiri by Elisabeth Axmann, Editura Hora, Sibiu, shall appear in 2016; translation into Romanian from German, together with Nadia Badrus; the original title: Wege, Städte – Erinnerungen, Rimbaud, Aachen, 2005

“Proiectarea de oraşe-capitală – Bucureşti, Belgrad, Sofia”, Graz, Verlag der Technischen Universität Graz, 2015, Grigor Doychinov, Alexandra Ðukić, Cătălina Ioniţă, editori; recenzie, Urbanismul – serie nouă nr. 20/2015

„The Landscape – a Matter of Limits”, conference given on the 5th of May 2016 at La Sapienza University in Rome, within the framework of the seminar “Dialoghi intra architettura. Dialogo quarto. Il (con)fine dell’estetica dell’espressione architettonica contemporanea”

“Modernity of the Cultural Heritage” keynote speech at the National Congress for the Built Heritage, Cotroceni, Bucharest, 2015

Curator of the Publications on architecture section at the National Architectural Biennial, Bucharest, 2016

Celia GHYKA, Associate Professor, Dr. Arch.

Member of the National Commission for Public Monuments, coordinator of the New Europe College Alumni and Friends, Association for Urban Transition

„The House of Culture.WhoSe Home?” installation for the Shrinking Cities in Romania exhibition, MNAC Bucharest (National Museum of Contemporary Art), April 20, 2016 - October 09, 2016 with Irina Tulbure, Andreea Chirică, Alex Călin and Asociaţia «cu a mic»;

President of the selection panel for cultural projects of the Chamber of Romanian Architects, Bucharest (OAR), June 2016;

“Urbanity and Civil Society: The Rise of a New Urban Generation in Bucharest during the 2000s”, sITA – studies in History and Theory of Architecture 3 (2015);

Theme curator, International Curatorium for the Bucharest application for the 2021 European Capital of Culture. Co-author of the bid-book “in-visible city”;

“The civic between urbanity, propaganda and conflict”, presentation in the international seminar Powers of the City: New Approaches to Governance and Rule in Urban Europe since 1500, Centre for Metropolitan Studies, Institute for Historical Research, London, 2016.

Magda TEODORESCU, Associate Professor, Dr.

Member of the Writers Union of Romania

Project coordinator, translation coordinator and Afterword author, Cărţi fundamentale pentru arhitecţi: John Ruskin, Cele şapte lămpi ale arhitecturii [Fundamental books for architects: John Ruskin, The Seven Lamps of Architecture]. Bucharest: “Ion Mincu” University Press, 2015; Lăcaşuri din lemn. Biserici de sat din Sălaj [Village Churches from Salaj County]. Editura Igloo, 2015.

Ştefan BÂLICI, Associate Professor, Dr. Arch.

Director general of the National Institute of Heritage, Member of ICOMOS, Romanian Branch, Council Member of Europa Nostra, member of the Association for Architecture, Restoration, and Archeology (ARA)

“Rezultate preliminare ale cercetării arhitectural-arheologice de la Cetatea Soroca. Campaniile 2012 şi 2013” [Preliminary results of the architectural-archaeological research at Soroca Fortress. 2012 and 2013 Campaigns], co-author, in Sergiu Musteaţă (coord.), Cetatea Soroca – Istorie, memorie şi tradiţii seculare, Materialele conferinţei, Soroca, 4-5 aprilie 2014, Chişinău, 2015;

“The Roşia Montană mining landscape, Romania: an update and a call to action”, co-author, in TICCIH Bulletin, 67, 2015;

“Restaurări corupte: ruine sub presiunea fondurilor europene” [Corrupt restorations: ruins under pressure from European funds], paper presented at the Arhitectură. Restaurare. Arheologie [Architecture. Restoration. Archaeology] International Symposium, Bucharest, 2016.

Horia MOLDOVAN, Associate Professor, Dr. Arch.

Vice-Rector of the Faculty of Architecture at IMUAU

“Curtea Brâncovenească de la Pologi” [Brancovan’s Court at Potlogi], Arhitectura , 1/2016;

Documente de arhitectură din România, vol. 2: Curţi, mănăstiri şi casele lor – Ţara Românească, [Documents of Romania Architecture, vol. 2: Courts, monasteries and their manor houses - Wallachia], Bucureşti, ed. Universitară „Ion Mincu”, 2015, ed. with I. Calotă & A. Teodor;

Substantiation studies for future interventions for St. Nicolas Church, Ribiţa (Hunedoara), Dormition Church, Lipova (Arad), St. Demetrius Church, Mănăstirea (Călăraşi), St. Haralambos Church, Turnu Măgurele (Teleorman), Berislăveşti Monastery (Vâlcea).

Adrian CRĂCIUNESCU, Assistant Professor, Dr. Arch.

Member of the National Commission for Historic Monuments, president of the Zonal Commission no.8 of the National Commission for Historic Monuments

“Disciplina urbană în secolul XIX” [Urban discipline in the XIXth century], conference at the Museum of the City of Bucharest [Muzeul Municipiului Bucureşti], July 2015;

Member of the research group dedicated to the elaboration of the Heritage Code;

“De la uliţa anonimă la strada cu nume a secolului al XIX-lea” [From the nameless alley to the XIXth century street with a name], conference at the Museum of the City of Bucharest [Muzeul Municipiului Bucureşti], December 2015;

“Patrimoniul cultural politic” [The Political Cultural Heritage], Dilema Veche, 584 (2016);

Curator of the Heritage section of the Romanian Biennale, the Union of Romanian Architects, 2016;

Research projects:

Substantiation studies for the General Urban Plan of the Chitila, Ilfov District.

Radu PONTA, Assistant Professor, Dr. Arch.

Member of the Council of Professors at the Faculty of Architecture of IMUAU, associate editor to the journal of sITA - studies in History and Theory of Architecture, founding member of Republic of Architects and Asociaţia «cu a mic»

“Toader Popescu, Proiectul feroviar românesc (1842-1916)”, book review. sITA – studies in History and Theory of Architecture 3 (2015);

“Entre les lignes ou de bouche a l’oreille. Le Corbusier en roumain” [Between the lines or by word of mouth. Le Corbusier in Romanian], presentation at the International Congress Le Corbusier, 50 Years later, Valencia, Spain, 18-20 November 2015 and printed in Jorge Torres Cueco, ed., Le Corbusier, 50 years later. International Congress, Editorial Universitat Politècnica de València, 2015

“Elemente pentru o tipologie” [Elements for a typology] in Bucharest Culs-de-sac, collective volume, AM Zahariade, coordinator, Editura Universitară Ion Mincu, 2016;

Member of the selection panel for the competition of The Chamber of Romanian Architects, Bucharest (OAR-B), book section, June 2016.

Member of the selection panel for cultural projects of the Ministry of Culture, Cult-In program, July-August 2016;

Research projects:

Modernist Culs de Sac: A Typological Research on Bucharest’s Urban Heritage (continuation);

Cultural projects:

„The House of Culture.WhoSe Home?” installation installation for the Shrinking Cities in Romania exhibition, MNAC Bucharest (National Museum of Contemporary Art), April 20, 2016 - October 09, 2016 with Irina Tulbure, Andreea Chirică, Celia Ghyka, Alex Călin and Asociaţia «cu a mic».

Irina TULBURE MOLDOVAN, Assistant Professor, Dr. Arch.

Member of the editorial board of Urbanismul-Serie Nouă journal

„The House of Culture.WhoSe Home?” installation for the Shrinking Cities in Romania exhibition, MNAC Bucharest (National Museum of Contemporary Art), April 20, 2016 - October 09, 2016 with Andreea Chirică, Celia Ghyka, Alex Călin and Asociaţia «cu a mic»;

Research projects:

The Photographic Archive of the Union of Architects: 1945-1989 (continuation).

Ştefan VIANU, Assistant Professor, Dr. Philosopher

Existenţă şi Idee, Editura Eikon, 2016

Research project:

The contradiction of Modernity. Studies on objectivism, historicity, memory.

Irina BĂNCESCU, Assistant Professor, Dr. Arch.

“Waterfront Issues. Aspects of the Evolution of the Romanian Seashore during Communism”. Paper presented at the Doctoral School, IOSUD - IMUAU, Bucharest, 2016;

Research project:

2,14 Types of Architecture Schools [2,14 tipuri de şcoli de arhitectură].

Toader POPESCU, Assistant Professor, Dr. Arch.

Member of the Commission of History of Romania’s Towns affiliated with the Romanian Academy, member of the Council of Professors at the Faculty of Urbanism of IMUAU, associate editor to the journal of sITA - studies in History and Theory of Architecture

“Grigor Doytchinov, Alexandra Ðukić, Cătălina Ioniţă (eds.), Planning Capital Cities: Belgrade, Bucharest, Sofia”, book review. sITA – studies in History and Theory of Architecture 3 (2015);

“Gările tip în stil C.F.R. (1869-1916). Premise şi clasificare tipo-morfologică”” [Typified Railway Stations in the « C.F.R. Style ». Premises and Typo-morphological Classification]. In Revista Monumentelor Istorice 1 (2011-2014, published 2016);

“Planning, Colonization and Nation-Building: Territorial and Urban Policies in Southern Dobrudja (1913-1940)”. Paper presented at the ASEEES (Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies) Convention, Philadelphia, 2015;

“Railway Infrastructure and Urban Planning – the Romanian Case (1870-1920)”. Paper presented at the 13th International Conference on Urban History, Helsinki, 2016;

Awards:

Best Book of Architecture, National Biennale of Architecture (2016), awarded by the Union of Romanian Architects, for the book Proiectul feroviar românesc (1842-1916).

Miruna STROE, Assistant Professor, Dr. Arch.

Associate editor to the journal of sITA – studies in History and Theory of Architecture

“Locuirea intre proiect si decizie politica. Romania, 1954-1966” [Housing between Design and Political Decision-making. Romania 1954-1966], Simetria Publishing House, Bucharest, 2015, 1st prize of the Romanian Chamber of Architects for architectural publications and 1st prize ex aequo of the Union of Romanian Architects in 2016;

Modern Architecture of International Trade Fair Pavilions after WWII, Transnationalism(s): Contexts, Patterns and Connections in Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union, conference SEES UCL, 20 February 2016, London;

Research projects:

Modernist Culs de Sac: A Typological Research on Bucharest’s Urban Heritage (continuation);

Scientific Consultant for the Romanian Translation of Kenneth Frampton’s “Modern Architecture. A Critical History”, coord. Magda Teodorescu.

Ilinca CONSTANTINESCU (PĂUN), Teaching Assistant, Dr. Arch.

“Ultima tonă de huilă. Ultimul tren către Europa?” [The Last Ton of Coal. The Final Train to Europe?] Ilinca Păun Constantinescu, Dragoş Dascălu, Igloo #167 / nov 2015;

“UrbanEye, un festival necesar” [UrbanEye, a Necessary Festival], Revista Urbanismul #20 /2015

“The Shrinking Cities Problematic In Romania” in Vol. II – Urban Markers: Explorations, Tactics and Actions into Brăila, Romania, Eds.: Angelica Stan and Irina Paţa, 2016;

“Despre declinul şi contracţia oraşelor româneşti. O cercetare, un proiect cultural, o expoziţie-eveniment” [On the Shrinkage of the Romanian Cities. A Research, a Cultural Project, an Exhibition], Foreign Policy România # 52, 2016;

“Conflicts on Dealing with the Industrial Heritage. The Case of Petrila Mining City”, Ilinca Păun Constantinescu, Dragoş Dascălu, Cristina Sucală, Public Historian, 2017;

Fellowships:

New Europe College Fellow, ‘Niculae Vlădescu’ fellowship, 2015-2016;

Salzburg Sommerakademie, Curatorial Practice, Erste Stiftung fellowship, summer of 2015

Research and cultural projects:

Project Coordinator Shrinking Cities in Romania project, AFCN and German Embassy Grant;

Curator of the Shrinking Cities in Romania exhibition, MNAC Bucharest (National Museum of Contemporary Art), April 20, 2016 – October 09, 2016;

BRĂILA LAB- expert within the team, March-Nov 2016;

Scientific Consultant for the Romanian Translation of Kenneth Frampton’s “Modern Architecture. A Critical History”, coord. Magda Teodorescu.

Irina POPESCU (CALOTĂ), Teaching Assistant, Dr. Arch.

“Locuinţe pentru funcţionari: activitatea Caselor funcţionarilor publici în Bucureşti, 1910-1942” [Houses for State Workers: the Activity of Public Servants’ Societies in Bucharest, 1910-1942], Historia Urbana XXIV (2016);

“Cetatea Horin” [The Fortress of Hotin] and “Cetatea Soroca” [The Fortress of Soroca], Documente de arhitectură din România. Serie nouă, vol. III. Bucharest: Editura Universitară „Ion Mincu”, 2016;

“Dincoace de periferie – ipostaze ale zonei centrale a Bucureştiului modern. Rolul limitelor urbane în definirea specificului zonei centrale interbelice” [Beyond the Periphery: Instances of the Central Area in the Modern Bucharest. The Role of Urban Boundaries in Defining the Specificity of the Central Area in the Interwar Period], Comisia de Istorie a Oraşelor din România, Piatra- Neamţ, 19-21 May 2016;

Research projects:

Modernist Culs de Sac: a Typological Research on Bucharest’s Urban Heritage;

The Students’ Building Survey Archive.

Diana MIHNEA, Teaching Assistant, Dr. Arch.

“Oraşele Transilvaniei în perioada interbelică. Implicaţii urbanistice ale legislaţiei de împroprietărire” [Transylvanian Cities in the Interwar Period. Urban Effects of the Land Reform Legislation], PhD dissertation, “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urbanism, Bucharest, 2016;

Research projects:

The Students’ Building Survey Archive (http://relevee.uauim.ro/).

Tudor ELIAN, Teaching Assistant, Doctoral Candidate, Arch.

Ongoing doctoral research: “Metode experimentale de programare a mediului urban prin interacţiunea directă cu locuitorii oraşului” [Experimental Programming Methods of the Urban Environment through Direct Interaction with the City’s Inhabitants], “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urbanism, Bucharest;

“The City as Collaborative Field – Tackling Informal Spatial Practices in Bucharest”, sITA - studies in History and Theory of Architecture 3 (2015).

Ioana ZACHARIAS VULTUR, Teaching Assistant, Dr. Arch.

Editor of Zeppelin architectural magazine, coordinator of cVAS - Dealu Frumos Centre for Vernacular Architecture Annual

“Shapes of rural dwelling between emergence and extinction. Mental map blueprint for Brătieni village” [Forme ale locuirii rurale între apariţie şi extincţie. Schiţă a unei hărţi mentale a satului Brătienilor], in Arhitext magazine, “Extinctions and Apparitions / Extincţii şi apariţii – Spaces of Flight / Spaţii de fugă”, 4 (2015);

Coordinator & DTP of cVAS - Dealu Frumos Centre for Vernacular Architecture Annual vol. no.6, 2015 entitled “Rural heritage configurations. Monography and territory. Le Corbusier, journey to the East”; Ion Mincu University Press, edited by Prof. Dr.Arch. Sergiu NISTOR, 2015;

Drawn histories. The village of Brătieni, Brăduleţ parish, Argeş county” [Istorii desenate. Satul Brătienilor, comuna Brăduleţ, judeţul Argeş], co-author of the short article and coordinator of the research team, in cVAS - Dealu Frumos Centre for Vernacular Architecture Annual 6 (2015);

Selected in the National Architecture Biennale 12th edition (2016) Exhibition, on the publication section with cVAS - Dealu Frumos Centre for Vernacular Architecture Annual 6 (2015) entitled “Rural heritage configurations. Monography and territory. Le Corbusier, journey to the East”, Ion Mincu University Press, edited by Prof. Dr. Arch. Sergiu NISTOR, 2015;

“Richard Scott`s Bucharest” [Bucureştiul lui Richard Scott], in Zeppelin Architecture magazine, 143 (2016);

Coordinator & DTP of cVAS - Dealu Frumos Centre for Vernacular Architecture Annual vol. no.7, 2016 entitled “Vernacular 2.0. Pictorial geographies”, Ion Mincu University Press, edited by Prof. Dr.Arch. Sergiu NISTOR (to be published in December 2016);

Cultural projects:

Curator of the exhibition at “Dimitrie Gusti” National Village Museum for team no.4, coordinator & DTP designer of the “Research repertoire” for 74 houses (115 pages book) for Arhitext Foundation, in the Arhitext Foundation, “Dimitrie Gusti” National Village Museum and IMUAU cultural project, 21st of September – 5th of October 2015;

Member of the curatorial team of “Creative Sweden” cultural project, “H2O” Exhibition, “people-water-architecture”, a project by Zeppelin Association and the Embassy of Sweden in Romania - a program of events to promote the Swedish Innovation and culture abroad., MNAC, Dalles, Bucharest, 18th of October-15th of November 2016.

Alexandra TEODOR, Teaching Assistant, Dr. Arch.

Irina Calotă, Alexandra Teodor, Horia Moldovan (eds.), Documente de Arhitectură din România [Documents on Architecture from Romania], new series, no. 2 (Curţi, mănăstiri şi casele lor - Ţara Românească / Courts, monasteries and their houses - Wallachia), Bucharest: “Ion Mincu” University Press, 2015;

“Vestigii antice şi medievale în vechi descrieri ale Constanţei“ [Built Antique and Medieval Remains in Old Descriptions of Constanţa], lecture at the annual session of the Commission for the History of the Romanian Cities (CIOR), Piatra Neamţ, May 19th-21st 2016;

“Urban and Military Configurations in the Late Roman Scythia (Lower Danube)“, Edinburgh Conference on Late Antiquity, University of Edinburgh, April 21st-22nd 2016;

“Dawn of urban archaeology on the streets of Constanţa. A preliminary research on its antique built structures“, Adalbert Cserni and his contemporaries International Conference, Alba Iulia, April 15th-18th 2016;

“Configuraţiile urbane şi militare din provincia Scythia” [Urban and Military Configurations in the Province Scythia], lecture at the National Session for Scientific Reports of the “Vasile Pârvan” Institute for Archaeology, Bucharest, March 30th – April 1st 2016;

“Conservarea şi punerea în valoare a patrimoniului construit arheologic” [Built Archaeological Heritage Conservation and Valorization], lecture at Valea Alunului Autumn School for Doctoral Students in History and Archaeology, October 10th 2015, Alun, Hunedoara;

Cultural projects:

The Students’ Building Survey Archive (http://relevee.uauim.ro/).

Daniela CALCIU, Teaching Assistant, Dr. Arch.

Member of the National Council of the Chamber of Architects of Romania, member of the board of the Association for Urban Transition, Fulbright alumna, associate editor to the journal of sITA - studies in History and Theory of Architecture,Director of Development of the National Museum of Contemporary Art – MNAC Bucharest

“Avatars of an Elusive Concept” (with AM Zahariade), in studies of History and Theory of Architecture 3 (2015);

“An Interview with Thomas Sieverts by Daniela Calciu”, in studies of History and Theory of Architecture 3 (2015);

“Memories and the City, Heritage and Urbanity. Space and Time Visualization as Advocacy for the importance of Heritage to Urban Development in Bucharest”, in Boştenaru Dan, Maria, Crăciun, Cerasella (Eds.), Space and Time Visualisation, Springer International Publishing, 2016;

Annual conference of INURA –International Network for Urban Research and Action, Bucharest 2016, organizing team (through Association for Urban Transition – ATU);

National Biennial of Architecture 2016, organized by the Union of Architects of Romania and Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urban Planning, scientific secretary;

Sibiu Summer University 2016 – Responsible Cibin, river within the city – instructor (with Association for Urban Transition – ATU);

“Waterways as carriers of art and repositories of heritage.” Paper presented at the conference Water as hazard and water as heritage, Accademia di Romania a Roma, 2016;

Research projects:

EUrbanities. Erasmus+ Partnership for the development of game tools and pedagogical recommendations related to the empowerment of citizens and citizen participation (with Association for Urban Transition – ATU);

PIPE:LINE Promoting Instruments for Participation through E-media: Local Integrated New Efficient (with Association for Urban Transition – ATU).

Anca-Raluca MAJARU, Teaching Assistant, Dr. Arch.

Adviser to the Secretary of State – Ministry of Culture of Romania, Inspector at National Heritage Institute – Ministry of Culture of Romania, Coordinator of ARCHÉ Association

“Reşedinţele nobiliare extraurbane din Banat în secolul al XIX-lea” [Country Houses in Banat in the 19th century], PhD. Dissertation “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urbanism, Bucharest / “Szent István” University, Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Budapest, 2016;

Research projects:

Monumente Uitate/[Un]Forgotten Monuments (continuation);

“Şcoala de vară la Castel” [Summer School at the Castle], multidisciplinary workshop at Teleki Castle in Gorneşti, Mureş;

Arché Heritage Talks - Country House Revival in Romania.

Florentina MATACHE, Teaching Assistant, Doctoral Candidate, Arch.

Ongoing doctoral research: “Gottereau: un nume – doi arhitecţi. Contribuţii la studiul arhitecturii româneşti în secolul al XIX-lea” [Gottereau: One Name - Two Architects. Contributions to Romanian Architectural Research of the 19th Century], “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urbanism, Bucharest;

Gottereau: One Name – Two Architects. Contributions to the Study of the Romanian Architecture in the 19th Century (Romanian Cultural Institute – „Ion Mincu” fellowship)

Patrimoniul sportului: baze sportive urbane din secolul XX [The Heritage of Sport: Urban Sports Facilities in the 20th Century];

Un secol de arhitectură românească – enciclopedie online, ediţia I [One Century of Romanian Architecture - Online Encyclopedia, First Edition];

Research projects:

Research and documentation on the history and architecture of two country houses in Romania: Rosetti-Balş in Pribeşti, Vaslui and Florescu-Dimitriu in Vizureşti, Dâmboviţa (on behalf of INP –National Heritage Institute);

Monumente Uitate/[Un]Forgotten Monuments (continuation).

Doctoral theses defended within the DHTAHC (2015-2016)

Corina Elena STROE (ILIESCU): Baia ca spaţiu de locuit [The Bathroom as a Living Space]

Anca Maria PĂSĂRIN-FERREIRA-GARCIA DE ALMEIDA: Fenomenul downshifting. Spre un nou umanism în arhitectură? [Downshifting. Towards a new humanism in architecture?]

Ruxandra SACALIŞ: Monumentalitatea în discursul modernist [Monumentality in the Modernist Discourse]

Ioana CORBU: Tradiţie şi experiment în arhitectura contemporană [Tradition and experiment in contemporary architecture]

Oana UNCIULEANU: Geometrii non-standard în arhitectura contemporană [Non-standard geometries in contemporary architecture]

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Architectures of Uncertain Margins
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