Stefan Ghenciulescu (RO) Stefan reports from Romania. He is an architect, editor-in-chief of Zeppelin magazine, and co-founder of Zeppelin Association, Bucharest. He is also a lecturer at the Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism, Bucharest (UAUIM). He set up his own architectural practice in 2005. In 2006 Stefan was part of the team which represented Romania at the Venice Architecture Biennale. He is the author of the book Transparent City. Limits and dwelling in Bucharest, as well as co-author of several books and exhibitions. His current research interests are contemporary architecture, modern and post-socialist urban and architectural developments in South-Eastern Europe, the regeneration of socialist housing areas, and alternative projects for public space.

Stefan Ghenciulescu (RO)

Stefan reports from Romania. He is an architect, editor-in-chief of Zeppelin magazine, and co-founder of Zeppelin Association, Bucharest. He is also a lecturer at the Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism, Bucharest (UAUIM). He set up his own architectural practice in 2005. In 2006 Stefan was part of the team which represented Romania at the Venice Architecture Biennale. He is the author of the book Transparent City. Limits and dwelling in Bucharest, as well as co-author of several books and exhibitions. His current research interests are contemporary architecture, modern and post-socialist urban and architectural developments in South-Eastern Europe, the regeneration of socialist housing areas, and alternative projects for public space.

Levente Polyák (HU) Levente is our correspondentn from Hungary. He is an urbanist, researcher and critic. He studied architecture, urbanism, sociology and art theory in Budapest and Paris, worked on urban projects for the New York, Paris, Rome, Vienna and Budapest municipalities and was lecturer at the MoME and BUTE (Budapest) and TU Wien. He is a founding member of the Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre, board member of Wonderland Platform for European Architecture and managing director of Eutropian. His recent projects are published at polyaklevente.net and eutropian.org.

Levente Polyák (HU)

Levente is our correspondentn from Hungary. He is an urbanist, researcher and critic. He studied architecture, urbanism, sociology and art theory in Budapest and Paris, worked on urban projects for the New York, Paris, Rome, Vienna and Budapest municipalities and was lecturer at the MoME and BUTE (Budapest) and TU Wien. He is a founding member of the Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre, board member of Wonderland Platform for European Architecture and managing director of Eutropian. His recent projects are published at polyaklevente.net and eutropian.org.

Petros Phokaides (GR/CY) Petros is our reporter from Greece and Cyprus. He is an architect and a Ph.D. candidate at National Technical University of Athens, Greece, and a researcher at Mesarch Lab at University of Cyprus. His research spans the disciplines of architectural history and theory and postcolonial studies and focuses in transnational 1960-70s architecture and planning. He has performed extensive archival research in Cyprus, Greece and UK and his historical and theoretical investigations have been presented in international conferences and published in Docomomo Journal (2013), Journal of Architecture (2011), MIT:Thresholds (2011), and MONU Magazine (2013).  

Petros Phokaides (GR/CY)

Petros is our reporter from Greece and Cyprus. He is an architect and a Ph.D. candidate at National Technical University of Athens, Greece, and a researcher at Mesarch Lab at University of Cyprus. His research spans the disciplines of architectural history and theory and postcolonial studies and focuses in transnational 1960-70s architecture and planning. He has performed extensive archival research in Cyprus, Greece and UK and his historical and theoretical investigations have been presented in international conferences and published in Docomomo Journal (2013), Journal of Architecture (2011), MIT:Thresholds (2011), and MONU Magazine (2013).

 

 
Zaira Maggliozzi (IT) Zaira is our correspondent from Italy. She is an architect, editor and critic based in Rome. In 2016 she co-founded Superficial Studio, a creative office based in Rome to research and develop projects focused on communication, image, architecture&design, culture, events, branding. She is in the IN/ARCH Lazio’s steering committee (the regional section of the National Institute of Architecture founded by Bruno Zevi) to promote the architectural debate through conferences and events. She is also an active collaborator of the creative laboratory presS/Tfactory – part of the AIAC, Italian Association of Architecture and Criticism – curating, coordinating and organizing exhibitions, workshops, competitions, courses and international meetings focused on architecture.

Zaira Maggliozzi (IT)

Zaira is our correspondent from Italy. She is an architect, editor and critic based in Rome. In 2016 she co-founded Superficial Studio, a creative office based in Rome to research and develop projects focused on communication, image, architecture&design, culture, events, branding. She is in the IN/ARCH Lazio’s steering committee (the regional section of the National Institute of Architecture founded by Bruno Zevi) to promote the architectural debate through conferences and events. She is also an active collaborator of the creative laboratory presS/Tfactory – part of the AIAC, Italian Association of Architecture and Criticism – curating, coordinating and organizing exhibitions, workshops, competitions, courses and international meetings focused on architecture.

Dutton Hauhart (NL/USA) Dutton has developed, managed and edited content for an expanded version of A10 magazine’s website since 2009. He assisted in implementing and troubleshooting a CMS developed for the website. He has communicated with correspondents, photographers and architects regarding website content and permissions. He wrote and edited articles for both the website and print magazine. At his own company Reitz Ink he is specialized in the editing and improvement of texts translated into English, or written by non-native speakers. Functions also include proofreading, reviewing and writing.  

Dutton Hauhart (NL/USA)

Dutton has developed, managed and edited content for an expanded version of A10 magazine’s website since 2009. He assisted in implementing and troubleshooting a CMS developed for the website. He has communicated with correspondents, photographers and architects regarding website content and permissions. He wrote and edited articles for both the website and print magazine. At his own company Reitz Ink he is specialized in the editing and improvement of texts translated into English, or written by non-native speakers. Functions also include proofreading, reviewing and writing.

 

Joakim Skaaja (NO)          >>>>>next page Joakim  is our Norwegian correspondent. He is an architect educated at the Bergen School of Architecture. In addition to architecture he has studied applied micro- and local meteorology and landscape ecology at the University of Bergen. He has served two years on the Board of the Oslo Architects Association and in 2013 he was responsible for the association’s contribution to the Oslo Architecture Triennale – Behind the Green Door, he was the editor of the book ‘Hit og dit og inn og ut..’ released in conjunction with the Triennial. He is co-editor of the magazine Pollen. He teaches at Bergen School of Architecture and the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. He is also a partner in the architectural office Eriksen Skajaa Arkitekter with Arild Eriksen. 

Joakim Skaaja (NO)          >>>>>next page

Joakim  is our Norwegian correspondent. He is an architect educated at the Bergen School of Architecture. In addition to architecture he has studied applied micro- and local meteorology and landscape ecology at the University of Bergen. He has served two years on the Board of the Oslo Architects Association and in 2013 he was responsible for the association’s contribution to the Oslo Architecture Triennale – Behind the Green Door, he was the editor of the book ‘Hit og dit og inn og ut..’ released in conjunction with the Triennial. He is co-editor of the magazine Pollen. He teaches at Bergen School of Architecture and the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. He is also a partner in the architectural office Eriksen Skajaa Arkitekter with Arild Eriksen.