The event presents important aspects of the transformation process of contemporary architecture and, along with it, of the architectural critique in the region, by means of a thematic exhibition and a critical discussion on the topic of HOME|any|more|?, that will bring together professionals from the region and from all over the world. The exhibition will present a selection of consistent architecture projects relevant both for the regional historical context, as well as for the social and cultural ambience. At the same time, both the exhibition and the critical debate will offer a new direction for further research to the critical discourse in contemporary architecture.
The Triennale team launches an open call for the selection of the projects to be presented in the The HOME|any|more|? Thematic Exhibition. Inheriting a common history, the architecture of this region defines its identity today by making renewed use of local resources and by taking a critical stance with respect to international mainstream trends.
The selected projects will be included in the The HOME|any|more|? Thematic Exhibition, the central event at the East Centric 2019 Architecture Triennale. This thematic exhibition offers the practitioners a vision on the manner in which their works answer the needs and requests specific to the context of this region. The selected projects will also be included in the exhibition catalogue, conceived as an independent project. The catalogue will feature the projects selected for the exhibition, along with several theoretical and critical articles that will tackle a range of issues pertaining to current architecture in Central and Eastern European countries.
- 14th November 2018 – official launch
- 4th February 2019 – entry deadline
- 20th April 2019 – selected projects announcement
Information for the participants
*Albania, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine, Hungary.