Dietmar Feichtinger

Drifting – from structure to architecture. Bridges and Buildings

“Our practice is driven by a philosophical approach and an attitude rather than a predeterminated style. As a result it aims to create thoroughly detailed buildings that are intimately connected to context and function. Architecture is not an exact science; it is about protection, well-being and giving shelter. Architecture as a landmark, stable in time and space. We pay very close attention to the structure of our work. The bones of the building. That is what every designer, architects, engineers, should be interested in. Our projects are, in that sense, a stylistic exercise: This is all-revealing architecture, nothing is concealed. Lightness and efficiency in material use are major concerns. This means to propose the most appropriate material in terms of durability and comfort for its specific use. Often our structures are compared with a type of insects, an organism highly adapted to the conditions of its environment reduced to its minimum weight and therefore resistant, adaptable and flexible.”

Tickets

Valid for one conference with prior event registration
Except Sami Rintala and Barbara Holub conferences which are free of charge

Registration procedure

Step 1
Pay the registration fee using the following payment details

Arhitext design Foundation RO 13851971
For RON: RO85 RNCB 0090 0005 4743 0001, opened at BCR Bank – Lipscani branch
For EURO: RO43 BRDE 410S V185 4438 4100, opened at BRD Bank – Brătianu branch
Swift code: BRDE ROBU

*Bank charges will be covered by the participants.

Please mention at payment details: „Participation fee for [name of the keynote speaker]” or „Subscription for the Bucharest Triennale” – only for Triennale Pass.

Step 2 Send the payment confirmation to bookingtriennale@gmail.com, mentioning your invoice data.

Step 3 Come 15 minutes before the conference. Present the confirmation email and your ID. For discounted ticket purchase, please make sure you also present your student card or pension document.