MVRDV TO LECTURE ON Typological Re-Invention in Architecture & Design

Title Typological Re-Invention in Architecture & Design
Type Expert Lecture
Organizers Vastukul
On June 25, 2022 10:30 - 12:30 (CEST) | 14:00 - 16:00 (IST)
Venue online
Price 7-8 Eur

Vastukul (Government of India recognized startup is an innovative platform for architecture, design, and planning education, targeted at learners globally) is organizing a lecture with MVRDV on 25th of June 2022, via Webinar.

Based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, MVRDV is providing solutions to contemporary architectural and urban issues in all regions of the world. Their highly collaborative, research-based design method involves clients, stakeholders, and experts from a wide range of fields from early on in the creative process. The results are exemplary, outspoken projects that enable our cities and landscapes to develop towards a better future.

Their architecture is driven by our desire for better cities, exciting homes, pleasant work environments, engaging leisure facilities, and much-loved public amenities. The products of MVRDV’s unique approach to design vary, ranging from buildings of all types and sizes, to urban plans and visions, numerous publications, installations and exhibitions. Their work is exhibited and published worldwide and has received numerous international awards. Two hundred and fifty architects, designers and urbanists develop projects in a multi-disciplinary, collaborative design process that involves rigorous technical and creative investigation. MVRDV works with BIM and has official in-house BREEAM and LEED assessors.

Mariya Gyaurova graduated from UACEG with a master's in architecture. She studied architecture in Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. She has actively been a part of the diverse architectural project phases from concept design to construction documents and even construction site supervision having experience working at architectural offices in Sofia, Amsterdam and Rotterdam. Mariya has been associated with MVRDV since 2012. Currently, she is the project leader, leading public and residential projects at different stages. Among her selected projects are De Oosterlingen, 13,950m2, Mixed-use/Retail/Residential, Amsterdam. Depot Boijmans van Beuningen, 15,000m2, Cultural/Office/Bar-restaurant, Rotterdam. Pixel, 85,000m2, Office/Residential/Retail, Wellness, Abu Dhabi.

Jose Manuel Garcia Garcia (Málaga 1990), architect at MVRDV since 2018, has integral experience in all levels of the design process with a special keenness on urban and architectural approaches and their interaction with the natural environment. After his graduation, which focuses on the possibilities and the potential of public space in old cities, and working in Málaga for OAM architects who emphasize architecture that favours the well-being of its inhabitants, he moved to Vietnam to join Vo Trong Nghia Architects.

There, he specialized in the design connection between Architectural strategies and Natural environments and how both could coexist to create better quality cities. Joining MVRDV, he has been eager to merge his different knowledge to develop new concepts that help to improve the quality of the urban space in the cities. Projects such as De Oosterlingen (2021), Barapullah Springs (2020), and IJ-Park(2020) express their character and MVRDV values towards design.

What will you learn?
✓ Design Strategies of MVRDV
✓ MVRDV Project Methodologies
✓ Conceptual Approach to their Design
✓ The collaborative approach of international firms

Join Mariya Gyaurova & Jose Manuel Garcia Garcia on the 25th of June live as they discuss MVRDV methodologies about the design, and their projects, and share insights on Typological Re-Invention in Architecture & Design.


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