candidature entro l'11 novembre 2013
Waiting for the New Generations Festival which will be held in Milan on 28, 29 and 30 November 2013 with the patronage of the Chamber of Architects of Milan, the Municipality of Milan and the Embassy and General Consolate of the Netherlands, New Generations platform announces the launch of a a Call for Entries open to all architects and creative people under 40.
The call asks you to send a short video interview (not more than 5 minutes) answering 3 simple questions.
• Describe the role of the architect in contemporary society;
• Concerns and urgencies for a young office;
• Profession in the next 20 years. What do you expect? How, in you opinion, will the profession change within the next 20 years?
Among all the interviews received, a jury will make a first selection of (maximum) 20 offices that will be included in the Neew Generation network. What does this mean? Gaining visibility during the New Generations Festival in Milan (28-29-30 November 2013) and the opportunity to participate in some of our future initiatives (workshops, festivals, exhibitions).
Online inquiries until 25-10-2013 GTM+1
Registration and Uploading of the video-interview (11-11-2013 - 24:00 GTM+1)
Announcement of the finalists and the winner (18-11-2013)
The NEW GENERATIONS Festival, which will be held in Milan on 28, 29 and 30 November 2013 with the patronage of the Chamber of Architects of Milan, the Municipality of Milan and the Embassy and General Consolate of the Netherlands, will be the peak of a research conducted by Itinerant Office, aimed to analyze the impact of the crisis on the activity of young architects in Europe.
The crisis is meant as a major cause of the trends' acceleration, which led to a radical revision of the approach to the architect's profession and to a rethinking of his role within the society.
The project, born around the video-interview format, has given life to a network based on collaboration and cultural exchange among more than 40 under 36 offices based in Italy, Spain and The Netherlands, who will be soon joined by more architects from Belgium, Greece, Portugal, Romania, Sweden and Turkey.