Sander Laudy (ES) Sander is our man in Spain. He finished his architecture study at TU Delft (NL) in 1999 and in 2000 he went to Barcelona to join the architecture office of Roser Amadó and Lluís Domènech, B01 arquitectes. He became a partner in the office in 2006 and he was the responsible architect for projects like the theaters of Sant Andreu de la Barca and Lloret de Mar, for the Til·lers Offices of the Catalan Politecnic University and for the Green Energy Central of Olot. He focuses on the sustainability of architecture and construction and he has been leading R&D&I projects collaborating with the building industry, trying to reduce the ecological impact of construction. He lectures on architecture and sustainability on universities in Spain and Italy, is a member of the directive board of the Green Building Council España and since 2005 he has been writing for A10.

Sander Laudy (ES)

Sander is our man in Spain. He finished his architecture study at TU Delft (NL) in 1999 and in 2000 he went to Barcelona to join the architecture office of Roser Amadó and Lluís Domènech, B01 arquitectes. He became a partner in the office in 2006 and he was the responsible architect for projects like the theaters of Sant Andreu de la Barca and Lloret de Mar, for the Til·lers Offices of the Catalan Politecnic University and for the Green Energy Central of Olot. He focuses on the sustainability of architecture and construction and he has been leading R&D&I projects collaborating with the building industry, trying to reduce the ecological impact of construction. He lectures on architecture and sustainability on universities in Spain and Italy, is a member of the directive board of the Green Building Council España and since 2005 he has been writing for A10.

Osamu Osakura (CZ) Osamu reports from Czech Republic. He is an architect, program director of reSITE international festival and conference on more livable cities, lecturer at ARCHIP / Architectural Institute in Prague. 2014 New Europe 100 outstanding challenger from Central and Eastern Europe - by Res Publica with Google and the Visegrad Fund in cooperation with Financial Times. Lectured at universities and institutes in USA, Japan, Thailand, Turkey, Germany, Austria, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Ukraine and Czech Republic. In 2005-2012 Editor-in-Chief of professional architecture magazine ERA21, from 2013 it's scientific supervisor. Official nominator of European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies van der Rohe Award - for the Czech Republic, member of Commission for urban development and architecture in Prague 7 district, official certifier of Register of Artistic Outputs of Czech Universities for the segment of Architecture. Graduate from Faculty of Architecture CTU Prague and Academy of Fine Arts in Prague - conceptual arts. Studied at ENSA Nantes, France.

Osamu Osakura (CZ)

Osamu reports from Czech Republic. He is an architect, program director of reSITE international festival and conference on more livable cities, lecturer at ARCHIP / Architectural Institute in Prague. 2014 New Europe 100 outstanding challenger from Central and Eastern Europe - by Res Publica with Google and the Visegrad Fund in cooperation with Financial Times. Lectured at universities and institutes in USA, Japan, Thailand, Turkey, Germany, Austria, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Ukraine and Czech Republic. In 2005-2012 Editor-in-Chief of professional architecture magazine ERA21, from 2013 it's scientific supervisor. Official nominator of European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies van der Rohe Award - for the Czech Republic, member of Commission for urban development and architecture in Prague 7 district, official certifier of Register of Artistic Outputs of Czech Universities for the segment of Architecture. Graduate from Faculty of Architecture CTU Prague and Academy of Fine Arts in Prague - conceptual arts. Studied at ENSA Nantes, France.

Emiel Lamers (NL) Emiel reports from The Netherlands, Slovenia and Hungary. He studied Architecture at the Technical University in Delft. His final project “Off the Track” won the Archiprix in 1994 as the best diploma work in the Netherlands. Since then, he has lived and worked in five different cities: Rotterdam, Budapest, Paris, Ljubljana and since 2013 in Amsterdam. He realised seven buildings for the Dutch Government Building Agency and several within his own practice. From 2001 to 2004, he was lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture in Delft. Since 2005, he has written more than 120 articles for A10 magazine. Lamers is now working on a book about Contemporary Architecture in Hungary.

Emiel Lamers (NL)

Emiel reports from The Netherlands, Slovenia and Hungary. He studied Architecture at the Technical University in Delft. His final project “Off the Track” won the Archiprix in 1994 as the best diploma work in the Netherlands. Since then, he has lived and worked in five different cities: Rotterdam, Budapest, Paris, Ljubljana and since 2013 in Amsterdam. He realised seven buildings for the Dutch Government Building Agency and several within his own practice. From 2001 to 2004, he was lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture in Delft. Since 2005, he has written more than 120 articles for A10 magazine. Lamers is now working on a book about Contemporary Architecture in Hungary.

 
Peter Szalay (SK) Peter is an architectural historian and curator based in Bratislava. He works as a researcher at the Department of Architecture of Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava. He is a member of the editorial board of the ERA 21 magazine and member of the review panel of scientific journal Architektúra & urbanizmus. His research is focused on modern movement and contemporary architecture and urban planning, specifically on its social and political context, as well as on the heritage protection and conservation of modern architecture. He is a member of DOCOMOMO International.

Peter Szalay (SK)

Peter is an architectural historian and curator based in Bratislava. He works as a researcher at the Department of Architecture of Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava. He is a member of the editorial board of the ERA 21 magazine and member of the review panel of scientific journal Architektúra & urbanizmus. His research is focused on modern movement and contemporary architecture and urban planning, specifically on its social and political context, as well as on the heritage protection and conservation of modern architecture. He is a member of DOCOMOMO International.