CITY OF CONTRASTS
14 days / 250 participants
17 workshops / 6 speakers
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2016, August 1-15

REDESIGNING TRADITION


CAMPUS DESIGN
12 participanti

TUTORS
Christian Lauchenauer
Sebastian
Mattias

Redesigning tradition is a project which refers to the Romanian architectural reinterpretation. The contestants have the chance to reinterpret mechanical structures used in the romanian tradition, for instance the water mill or the pulley. Using wood or recycled bicycle wheels as a main materials, the students will find inspiration from traditional vernacular design elements located in the Village Museum. The 3 tutors, Christian Lauchenauer, Sebastian and Mattias will replicate, alongside with the participants, these mechanical elements which can facilitate the transport of heavy materials or can construct an improvised mill which can serve as source of electric energy.


Redesigning tradition este un proiect ce vizeaza reinterpretarea arhitecturii vernaculare romanesti. Participantii au sansa de a reinterpreta structuri mecanice folosite în traditia româneasca, precum moara de apa sau scripetele. Folosind ca materie prima lemnul sau rosi de biciclete reciclate, studentii se vor inspira din elementele traditionale ale design-ului vernacular întâlnit în Muzeul Satului. Cei 3 tutori Christian Lauchenauer, Sebastian si Mattias vor replica, alaturi de participanti aceste elemente mecanice ce pot facilita transportul de materiale grele sau pot realiza o moara improvizata ce poate servi drept sursa de alimentare cu energie electrica.

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