Application for Architectural Association Visiting School
x IVANKA summer workshop
Budapest, Hungary, 31.08.2018- 09.09.2018
IVANKA Concrete and Architectural Association Visiting School are pleased to invite architects, students, designers and artists from around the world to take part in The IVANKA Concrete Competition.
The winning application shall be a video introduction (approx. 1 min) showing your motivation for taking part at the workshop organised in Budapest.
Three questions need to be answered:
- What is the role of walking in architecture?
- What is your motivation to participate at the workshop?
- Describe yourself by choosing one building from Budapest. Why do you feel yourself connected with it?
The winner will be offered a full scholarship to attend at Architectural Association Visiting School in Budapest from 31.08 to 09.09.2018.
Entry Deadline and Winner Notification
Please submit your project no later than 10th of August 2018 via e-mail. Winner will be announced on the 13th of August 2018.
Send the link of your video via YouTube (or instagram) to email@example.com.
For more than 15 years IVANKA has been constantly searching the innovative applications of concrete. Apart from facade systems, interior applications, urban and outdoor elements, the company manufactures numerous highly customized solutions. IVANKA has positioned the material to a new level, creating products that defy normal concrete capacities and rock today’s conventional image of this material. Thanks to the company’s significant research and development activities and extensive network, IVANKA works with world-famous architect studios and designers – and has completed projects, manufacturing and construction experiences at 5 continents at more than 75 locations.
About Visiting School Budapest
Budapest-based Visiting School, is part of the world most prestigious and renowned architectural school - Architectural Association (AA). It will be a ten-day event of workshop, public talks, design experimentation and exhibition. Focusing on Budapest’s inner city, students, tutors, and collaborators would investigate and invent acts of walking as an acts of architecture. All work will be exhibited during Budapest Design Week.