Summer Architecture Camp

Summer Architecture Camp

As a central project of Orange Days New Holland will host the Summer Architecture Camp curated by Dutch architect and full professor of Delft University of Technology Paul Meurs and with the collaboration of Vladimir Frolov, editor in chief of Project Baltia magazine.

The Summer Camp in New Holland offers the opportunity to 10 pregraduate students — five from the Netherlands and five from Russia — to participate in the Summer Camp, exchanging ideas and experience and focusing on the notion of heritage development and the case study of New Holland.

The Summer Camp will start with the presentation of the students and with an opening lecture hosting specialists of contemporary architecture and will continue with an intensive workshop along the week. With the help of tutors and lecturers, students will be asked to design their own project for

New Holland and defend it in the frame of the final presentation.
Curators and tutors: Paul Meurs (The Netherlands), Catherine Visser (The Netherlands), Vladimir Frolov (Russia), Alexey Levchuk (Russia).

The Summer Camp will work from 4th till 12th July.

Opening Public Lecture by Paul Meurs and Margarita Stiglitz – July 4, 14:00. Stage

Final Public Presentation – July 12, 19:00. Stage

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