NIGHTS OF ARCHITECTURE SARAJEVO x BARCELONA
March 4th, 2022.
Barcelona and Sarajevo, are cities related in some ways. These two Olympic cities (Sarajevo 1984/ Barcelona 1992) turned sister cities in 2000, after Barcelona’s vital contribution to the restoration of Sarajevo after the warfare, on each an institutional degree, in addition to the reconstruction of the Olympic village Mojmilo, Zetra, Kasatići, and a college in Gora in Vogošća.
In mid-2021, the general public was launched to Barcelona’s candidature to host the 2030 Winter Olympics, with Sarajevo recommended because the co-host for 3 disciplines: skeleton, bobsleigh and luge, which opened the dialogue for potential restoration of the Sarajevo Olympic bobsleigh and luge observe. Throughout this historic second for Sarajevo, the importance of our reference to Barcelona is underlined as soon as once more. This connection has as soon as once more proven unbelievable potential for the event of the infrastructure but in addition for the up to date structure of Sarajevo.
This time with us, as company and lecturers of Nights of structure Sarajevo x Barcelona, are Relja Ferušić, an architect born in Sarajevo however primarily based in Barcelona the place he has based an awarded architectural workplace (https://www.salaferusic.com/), and Carles Enrich, an architect who thrilled the viewers on the Piran Days of Structure and the founding father of the Carles Enrich Studio in Barcelona (https://carlesenrich.com/).
On March the 4th in Sarajevo Assembly Level cinema, we may have the pleasure to speak to them about their initiatives, approaches to structure, urbanism and design, the affect of their schooling at Escola Tecnica Superior d`Arquitectura de Barcelona and the unbreakable connection between Barcelona and Sarajevo.
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