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The Living Boom / Miguel Ángel Maure Blesa, Carlotta Franco, Arian Lehner, Javier Guerra Gómez

11:00 - 15 September, 2016
The Living Boom  / Miguel Ángel Maure Blesa, Carlotta Franco, Arian Lehner, Javier Guerra Gómez, © Alexandra Kononchenko/EASA
© Alexandra Kononchenko/EASA

© Alexandra Kononchenko/EASA © Alexandra Kononchenko/EASA © Alexandra Kononchenko/EASA © Alexandra Kononchenko/EASA + 23

  • Architects

  • Location

    Nida, Lituania
  • Design

    Miguel Ángel Maure Blesa (Spain), Carlotta Franco (Italy), Arian Lehner (Austria), Javier Guerra Gómez (Spain)
  • Project Team

    Alexsei Snetkov (Russia), Andrea Aleksic (Serbia), Andreas Daniel (Cyprus), Anna Brosalova (Russia), 
Ariane Etienne (France), Daria Kleymenicheva (Russia),  
Elena Ischimji (Moldova), Georgi Stoyanov (Bulgaria), 
Gintarė Petkevičiūtė (Germany), Hannah Dalton (England), Jack Vickerman (England), Mark Cauchi (Malta), Marton Peto (Hungary), Michael Hammerschick, (Austria), Oana Dăscăloiu (Romania), Tijana Škrivanek (Croatia)
  • Area

    50.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2016
  • Pictures

    Alexandra Kononchenko/EASA

Students at EASA 2016 Transform Nida in Lithuania With Series of Installations

10:15 - 28 August, 2016
Students at EASA 2016 Transform Nida in Lithuania With Series of Installations, Dream Dune. Image © Alexandra Kononchenko
Dream Dune. Image © Alexandra Kononchenko

The 2016 European Architecture Students Assembly (EASA) has concluded in Nida, Lithuania. Centering around its title theme of "Not Yet Decided," the two-week event included 35 workshops, with over half of the results still available to view around Nida. Among the most noticeable are "Highlight," a 10-meter tall observation tower close to Nida's lighthouse, a "nomadic theater" named "Atmosphere," a relaxation space known as "The Living Room" at the end of a pier, and a sculptural seating installation on the beach known as "Dream Dune." Read on to see images of all the completed installations.

The Living Room. Image © Alexandra Kononchenko © Alexandra Kononchenko The Next Step. Image © Alexandra Kononchenko Highlight. Image © Lucas Bonnel + 38

European Architecture Students Assembly 2016: "Not Yet Decided"

10:30 - 19 February, 2016
European Architecture Students Assembly 2016: "Not Yet Decided"

Five hundred of the most progressive architecture students and young, talented architects are heading to Lithuania this summer. For the first time in its history, the European Architecture Students Assembly (EASA) is being organized in the country. The small Lithuanian seaside town of Nida, located on the the Curonian Spit - the 98 km long thin, curved sand-dune spit that separates the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea - will host the event. Read on to find out more about the assembly, see a selection of past pavilions from the workshops, and find out how you can propose a workshop as a tutor.