6 days, 6 mentors and respectful architecture in the focus
This workshop is a rare opportunity in Europe to be immersed in the field of respectful architectural practice. ISA 2019 will be a week of learning new skills and schools of thought that are essential in creating architecture that is responsive to both its people and its place. All while expanding professional networks and basking in the spectacular Triglav National Park.
Through focussed design projects, participants will be encouraged to consider the increasingly important tools for design, including an ability to ‘read’ the land and its inhabitants, understanding the relevance of composition in the landscape, a confidence in the potential for the use of natural and sustainable materials, and to design with the human scale as a priority. The week-long workshop will be led by tutors Richard Leplastrier, Maruša Zorec and Peter Stutchbury, globally renowned for their responsive, thoughtful and sensitive design, and will be supported by a curated selection of guest critics and professionals from the industry, like Aleš Vodopivec, Aleksander Ostan and Matej Gašperič.
The workshop will take place from 11 to 16 April at Trenta, Triglav National Park.
Admission: 515 € per participant.
Early birds admission: 305 € (valid until 20.1.2019).
The number of participants is limited due to the intimate nature of the workshop and the need to work in small teams.