Critical Discourses

Critical Discourses module is an act of theoretical and critical analysis of the phenomenon of architecture and built environment, and also an interdisciplinary approach aimed at reflecting ideas, opinions, visions and philosophies.

Critical Discourses module is an act of theoretical and critical analysis of the phenomenon of architecture and built environment in general, in Central and Eastern Europe, and an interdisciplinary approach aimed at reflecting the ideas, opinions, visions and philosophies that subtend the material expression of the built environment and imbue the cultural space of the region.

Events

•Live support of the 5 interdisciplinary essays nominees in the contest Critical Discourses

•2 public presentation sessions of the nominated essays

•Award Gala

•Conferences of the special guests: Alberto Pérez-Gómez (Canada \ Mexic), Wolf D. Prix (Austria), Vladimír Šlapeta (Czech Republic), Ana-Maria Zahariade (Romania)

The module, Critical Discourses, sets out to analyze the architectural and urban phenomenon of the region as historical becoming as well as contemporary situation through an essay competition addressed both to professionals from the field of architecture and to those of related cultural fields philosophy, art, sociology, anthropology etc.