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Eva Vaništa Lazarević

 

Ph.D. in Architecture & Urbanism, Eva Vanista Lazarevic is a Full Professor of Urbanism and Urban Planning at Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade and has over 25 years of experience in teaching Urbanism, Urban design & Urban regeneration and planning and as a practitioner architect. She was engaged as Head of Department for Urbanism and Urban planning at Faculty of Architecture, Member of City Council Commission forUrbanism of Belgrade and Councilor for Architecture and Urbanism at Ministry for Urbanism, Planning, and Environment of Serbia.

Founder and responsible for design and project management of Design Bureau: Atelier Eva Vanista Lazarevic she provides design solutions for a variety of projects in the region of Serbia and abroad. She is honored for dozens of architectural-urbanity competitions (www.evavanistalazarevic.com).  Founder of the International Conference:“Places & Technologies“, which takes place annually in Belgrade and SE region of Europe. (www.placesandtechnologies.eu). Author of over 30 scientific papers concerning Urban Design and two books, both awarded. Actually, she is an Editor of two Scientific Monographs, by Cambridge Public Scholarship, and International Magazine of Oxford’s Elsevier – Energy& Buildings, Special Issues: Places&Technologies. As a Councilor for General Plan of Belgrade, she participated in the area of Brownfield Investments in Spatial Plan of Serbia.  Member of Scientific Committee of ISOCARP (www.isocarp.org ) from 2014. Her areas of expertise include Urban Design, Renewal and Regeneration, Urban planning, Brownfields, Regeneration of Waterfronts, Architectural Design and Contextual Architecture. Active as visiting professor (Poland, UAE, Russia) She is a Coordinator for Erasmus Projects at her Faculty, working on several HORIZONT projects proposals and is actually a Special Consultantfor Afi Europe Group. (www.afi-Europe.eu). A member of Scientific Society of Serbia.

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Predrag Arsić

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Sophia Vyzoviti


Sophia Vyzoviti is an Architect and Associate Professor at the School of Architecture, University of Thessaly in Greece. Her research focuses on Design Methodology and particularly on Design Tool Development, Modelling of Spatial Interaction and Form Generation Processes. She holds a Ph.D. from the Delft University of Technology. She has also taught at the University of Cyprus, the National University of Singapore and Delft University of Technology. Sophia has been a fellow of the State Scholarships Foundation Greece and has been awarded prizes in international competitions such as Europan and ARES. Her publications include three books on form-generation methods for architecture and product design: ‘Soft Shells’, ‘Supersurfaces’ and the best-selling ‘Folding Architecture’.

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Mihajlo Zinoski

Prof. dr Mihajlo Zinoski, Associate Professor, Institute of Architectural Design – Public buildings, Faculty of Architecture University SS Cyril and Methodius, MACEDONIA, Associate Professor MIHAJLO ZINOSKI, Ph.D., born 17.06.1969 in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. In September 2011 he publicly presents his thesis at the Faculty of Architecture and received Ph.D. of Engineering Science at “Ss. Cyril and Methodius” University in Skopje. From 2009 up to date, Mihajlo Zinoski is lecturing Designing of Public Buildings /2nd master course /4th year, at the Institute for Architectural Design at the Faculty of Architecture in Skopje, UKIM. Also, he is design studio Course Coordinator on the same subject. From January till May 2007, Mihajlo Zinoski was visiting research faculty at the National Faculty of Architecture and Allied Arts, Eugene, Oregon, USA, a participant in JFDP program, grant funded by the Department of State, USA. His group project of four authors: “City of possible worlds” exhibited on 10th International architectural exhibition on 2006th Venice Biennale, Italy received honorable mention in the category of national presentation: “for poetic thinking about the urban form, presented with white chalk on drawing table”, jury: Richard Senet, Amin Aga Kan, Entoni Gormli, Zaha Hadid.

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María José Climent Mondéjar


María José Climent Mondéjar
, architect by Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura of Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (Spain) and PhD Architect by the Architectural Projects´ Department of Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura of Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain). She practices as a professor at the School of Architecture and Building Engineering of Universidad Católica de San Antonio de Murcia and at  Superior School of Design (ESD, Murcia) in Interior Design Degree. She has recently completed a stay at the University KU-Leuven Architectuur (Belgium) and has been guest professor for the Final Projects International Master’s Degree at the same University. She has also been teaching as a guest professor at ETSAM Madrid, in the Arangunen Chair Plan.

Besides developing her own architectural projects, she has participated in different exhibitions and she has developed several urban installations within art festivals (Alterarte 07 y 09, FIBart 2010, exhibitions at the Official College of Architects of Murcia and in the Territorial College of Architects of Alicante 2011-2013, and participation in the exhibition “Gramáticas de la Temporalidad” at La Conservera in 2016, among others).

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