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Honorable Professor at the Universities from Madrid, Jerusalem, Hong Kong, and Barcelona and parter at the multi-awarded office Baumschlager Eberle. He has been a visiting professor inter alia in Hanover, Vienna, Linz, Syracuse (NY) and Darmstadt. Since 1999 Eberle has been a full professor for Architecture and Design at the ETH Zurich and was in charge of the ETH Wohnforum up to 2015, where he was head of the Department of Architecture from 2003 to 2006.
Professor Romuald Loegler is a well-known and respected Polish architect who is a member of the Association of Polish Architects, a laureate of the SARP honorary award since 1987. Atelier Loegler and partners was founded in 1987 and in 1999 Loegler received a doctorate in technical sciences from the Faculty of Architecture of Warsaw University of Technology. Apart from practicing architecture, Loegler is active as an animator of architectural life - Romuald Loegler is also a co-creator of the Architecture Biennale in Kraków (1985), former editor-in-chief of the magazine Architect (1985-1991). He has been the chief editor and Partner of the publishing house RAM , which publishes the monthly Architektura i Biznes.
Alfonso Femia graduated from the University of Genoa – School of Architecture in 1992.In 2015, he created 500×100 and 500x100Talk, the city as a dialogue tool. He uses the SetTalk format in Milan and the City Talk in the main European and Mediterranean cities so that the city becomes a dialogue tool, a place of meetings and exchanges on the theme of the city itself. Atelier(s) Femia developed the masterplan of the Val d’Europe area for the candidacy of Paris at the World Exposition 2025. He won the competition for the construction of a cinema with a sports and leisure centre in La Ciotat.
In 2005, together with his colleague and friend arch. Assen Milev, he has founded A&A Architects. Over the years of his professional career, Arch.Zahariev has built up great design experience on the local market and excellent network among the local and international professionals. As a leader of the A&A Architects’ design team Arch.Zahariev has been responsible for the design of some of the most recognizable projects in recent times in Bulgaria, such as: Business Park Sofia, Capital Fort, Muzeiko and many others. Arch. Zahariev is a lecturer of many Architectural and Urban Planning events in Bulgaria, such as: International Etem Conference For Facade Engineering, Sofia – 2015; Urban & Building Innovation Forum, Sofia – 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015; One Architectural Week 2011, 2014; Mentor of the Sofia Independent City Academy; Angel Zahariev is winner of many professional awards, personally and as part of the A&A Architects team: Several times winner of the prize Building of the Year in Bulgaria – 2007,2014,2015; Winner of the prize Architects of the Year in Bulgaria for 2015; Winner of the National Competition for Architectural Projects: Archinova 2015, and many others.
Founder & Director at E-ARCH Studio in Bulgaria. Graduated the First Language School in Varna. In 2001 he graduated from the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy – Sofia, specialty “Architecture”. His pre-graduate practice is in St. Victor la Costa – France, while the diploma specialization is in Florence, Italy. He is a member of the European Architecture Student Assembly – Manoel, Malta. Since 2001 he is the manager and chief architect of the E-ARH Architectural Bureau. Deputy Chairperson of the RC of CAB – Varna.
Tomaž Krištof graduated at the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana in 2002 and is a postgraduate student at the same faculty since 2011. He established his own practice Studio Krištof in 2009, the DueDiligence trademark in 2012 and Dominium company in 2016. Since 2017, he has been a member of the managing board of the Chamber of Architecture and Spatial Planning of Slovenia. Between 2014 and 2016 Krištof was a technical assistant at a seminar by Prof. Jurij Sadar at the Faculty of architecture in Ljubljana. In recent years Krištof is involved in integral renovations of apartment buildings built in the 1950s and 1960s, his work has been presented at several conferences and roundtables, International Architectural Exhibition in Venice in 2016 (at the Slovenian pavilion) and at the Architecture of Necessity exhibition in Småland, Sweden.