International architectural and urban design workshop 20 September - 26 September 2015 in Rijeka, Croatia
Urban Nomads participates in the workshop about creative docklands in Rijeka with about 20 students, who are joining the expedition 'creative docklands'. It is also possible to register separatelay for the workshop individually, If you like to do this please see the information of the organizer below.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Architecture
DAR - Association of Architects Rijeka
DUPPS - Town and Spatial Planning Association of Slovenia
F.A.C.T. - Verein zur Förderung und Präsentation in der Kunst unter dem Gender-Aspekt
The economic prosperity of the city of Rijeka in the past and in the present is directly related to the functioning of the port. Nowadays people of Rijeka face migration of young people for economic, social and societal reasons. Young people are leaving Rijeka due to stagnation in the development of the city. The latter also significantly affect changes in the city life and the city beat. In this workshop we want to check vision for the development of the relationship between the port and the city of Rijeka in the border areas between the two urban structures from the perspective of young people. Interconnected areas—or the borders between the city and the port, or the port and the surrounding landscape—are becoming a key point in implementing modern town-planning concepts. Ports fear that urban solutions will affect and restrict the main port activity. Similarly, cities fear that the expansion of the port traffic will generate more noise and negative environmental impacts in city areas.
Rijeka lacks most of arts and culture, creative industries and education centres. Issues that in this context remain open for discussion are:
- waterfront as a culture destination;
- city workrooms;
- young’ people’s entertainment places;
- interface points between the port and the city;
- port and education;
- port’s warehouses: between the decay and the redevelopment: opportunities for creative renewal.
The results of the workshop will be used in the future activities planned by the city of Rijekavwhen applying for European Capital of Culture in 2020. It is similarly expected that thevresults of the workshop will be used in projects that are acquired by Luka Rijeka to improve the integration of ports in the northern Adriatic, their infrastructure and other links.
Accommodation for tutors will be reserved by the organizers at various locations in privat apartments. Accommodation for students will be reserved by the organizers at boat hotel Marina in Rijeka in the heart of the working area.
Registration fee is 360 EUR.
Participating students will receive 2 credits
The workshop will be held in the Municipality of Rijeka from Sunday, 20 September 2015 to Saturday, 26 September 2015.
Sunday, 20 September 2015 participants arrive
Monday, 21 September 2015 field trip and lectures
Tuesday, 22 September 2015 work
Wednesday, 23 September 2015 intermediate presentation
Thursday, 24 September 2015 work
Friday, 25 September 2015 fi nal presentation
Saturday, 26 September 2015 participants depart
The workshop is open to disciplines such as architecture, urban planning and landscpe architecture. We invite students to register for the workshop. The number of students attending the workshop is limited. Your application for the workshop will be valid after it is confirmed by the organizer. After your application is approved, the organizer will take care of food and accommodation reservations. Please e-mail your application to email@example.com
For further questions on the workshop please contact:
Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana
Zoisova 12, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Asist. Tomaž Berčič