Days of ORIS 2024: Mary Anderson, Xu Tiantian and Alejandro Aravena
Since 2001, Days of Oris has introduced collectively a few of the world’s most fascinating world architects, in Zagreb, Croatia. This yr three world practices convey distinctive perspective from numerous geographies: Mary Anderson from Assemble (UK), a group oriented observe that doesn’t solely deal with the constructing, however moderately on the social influence of their initiatives; Xu Tiantian from DnA Design and Structure (China), with a deal with rural China and its communities, delivering an structure with a robust identification; and Pritzker laureate Alejandro Aravena, whose observe ELEMENTAL (Chile) has introduced new views to social housing and public initiatives throughout the globe, specializing in the best reply that structure ought to reply to.
Alejandro Aravena (Chile)
Alejandro Aravena graduated as an architect at Universidad Católica de Chile in 1992.
Between 2000 and 2005, he was a professor at Harvard College, the place Elemental originated, a Do Tank based in 2001, directed by Alejandro Aravena with companions Gonzalo Arteaga, Juan Cerda, Victor Oddó, and Diego Torres.
In 2010, he was named Honorary Worldwide Fellow of the Royal Institute of Architects. Since 2011, he has been a member of the London Faculty of Economics’ Council of the Cities Program. In 2014, he gave a TED World Discuss. The works of Aravena and ELEMENTAL have been acknowledged, amongst different awards, with Silver Lion on the Venice Biennale (2008) and the Gothenburg Award for Sustainability (2017). In 2016, Aravena was awarded the Pritzker Structure Prize and was the Curator of the XV Venice Biennale.
Since 2020, he has been President of the Pritzker Prize Jury.
Mary Anderson (UK)
Mary is a associate at Assemble, working throughout the fields of artwork, structure and set design. Her work centres on how these practices can inform each other by means of craft, story-telling and low-carbon building. Within the final two years, Mary has been a part of the interdisciplinary group creating Dreamachine, a touring immersive artwork set up that she continues to develop for a worldwide viewers. Different initiatives at Assemble have centered on the creation of reasonably priced workspace for making inside our cities and the function of childhood within the manufacturing of structure. Previous to Assemble, Mary labored on the structure and scenography studio Gonzalez-Haase AAS in Berlin and Follow Structure in London on a pioneering self-build home and studio, creating low-tech, bio-construction strategies utilizing hempcrete, timber and clay.
Xu Tiantian (China)
Xu Tiantian is the founding principal of DnA _Design and Structure and Professor in Follow at Tsinghua College Faculty of Structure. She obtained her baccalaureate in Structure from Tsinghua College in China and her grasp’s diploma in Structure, City Design (MAUD) from Harvard Graduate Faculty of Design. In 2020, she was appointed an Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. Xu Tiantian has engaged extensively within the rural revitalizing course of in rural China. Her groundbreaking ‘Architectural Acupuncture’ is a holistic method to the social and financial revitalization of rural China and has been chosen by UN-Habitat because the case examine of Inspiring Follow on City-Rural Linkages. She obtained quite a few awards, together with the 2022 Swiss Architectural Award, the 2023 Berlin Artwork Prize / Kunstpreis Berlin (Structure class), the 2023 Marcus Prize and the 2023 World Award for Sustainable Structure by UNESCO, in addition to Cite de l’Structure & du Patrimoine.
Mia Roth Čerina, Maroje Mrduljaš, Dinko Peračić
Patron: Ministry of Tradition and Media
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