Conference Programme

08:00-

Registration

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Registration

08:00-

18:00-19:30

Monday, 18 May 2015

Registration

09:00-09:30

OPENING AND WELCOME

09:30-10:10

10:10-10:40

Coffee Break

Plenary Session

12:40-13:40

Lunch Time

15:20-16:00

EXHIBITION / Poster Session*

10:40-11:10

Coffee Break

18:20-18:30

CLOSING REMARKS

12:40-13:40

Lunch Time

19:30-23:00

Get Together Conference Dinner

Topics

State of Affairs and Future Visions

T1

Conceptual and Methodical Concepts

T2

Holistic Environmental Perceptions

T3

Interactive Structures

T4

Urban Ecology and Climate

T5

Bioclimatic and Cultural Sensitivity

T6

Materiality

T7

The Organisers retain the right to change and/or adjust the Conference and Exhibition Programme

11:10-12:10

Keynote Speech

Julien DE SMEDT

JDS ARCHIETECTS

Denmark, Belgium, China

09:40-10:40

Keynote Speech

Viviana MUSCETTOLA

Zaha Hadid Architects

United Kingdom

16:30-17:30

Keynote Speech

Winy MAAS

13:40-14:55

Session 2   

BIOCLIMATIC AND CULTURAL SENTITIVITY

6.07

MVRDV

The Netherlands, China

09:00-09:35

Session 3   

HOLISTIC ENVIRONMENTAL PERCEPTION

l-C. Spiridon, L. Pacurar /

17:30-18:30

Panel Discussion with Idis TURATO

12:10-12:40

Panel Discussion with Julien DE SMEDT

17:20-18:20

Session 6   

INTERACTIVE STRUCTURES

Higher School of Civil Engineering of Sofia,

and Winy MAAS

and Viviana MUSCETTOLA

Discussions / Coffee

16:00-16:30

Coffee Break

*

will be opened and available both days

EXHIBITION / Poster Session

 19-20 May 2015, Budva, Montenegro

13:40-15:20

Session 4   

MATERIALITY

15:00-16:00

Keynote Speech

Idis TURATO

idis turato

Croatia

10:40-12:40

Session 1   

STATE OF AFFAIRS AND FUTURE VISIONS

16:00-17:20

Session 5   

METHODICAL CONCEPTS

M. Montemurro /

Polytecnic of Bary, Italy:

THE CONSTRUCTION OF CONTEMPORARY

CITY SPACES

E. Konstantinidou, M. Popovic* /

National Technical University of Athens,

URBAN REFLECTION

Greece, *ART Build L.L.C, Montenegro:

M. Stevens /

Technical University Graz, Austria:

HYBRID INFRASTRUCTURES - TRANSIT

SPACES AS META URBAN ENVIRONMENTS

D. K. Serghides, et al /

Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus:

MONITORING INDICATORS OF THE

BUILDING ENVELOPE FOR THE

OPTIMISATION OF THE REFURBISHMENT

PROCESSES

Dj. Kalezic /

Montenegro:

GLOBALISATION OF LEGOLAND - HALF A

CENTURY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT

REFLECTING IN LEGO BRICK SETS

W. Shi, B. Jia, K. Wee /

University of Hong Kong, China:

PUBLIC SPACE AS A SOFT-CONNECTION

FOR URBAN: STUDY ON JAPANESE

STREETS

A. Idrizbegovic Zgonic, J. Cakaric /

University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina:

UNIVERSAL HYPERLOCALISM

M. Maksin, V. Ristic* /

Institute of Architecture and Urban & Spatial

MUTUAL INTERDEPENDENCE BETWEEN

ENVIRONMENT AND BUILDING SITES

Planning of Serbia, *Project Studio

“Our apartment”, Serbia:

A. Yunitsyna /

Epoka University of Tirana, Albania:

HOUSING, CLIMATE AND ECONOMY - THE

REGIONAL INFLUENCES ON THE

EUROPEAN HOUSING SPACE STANDARDS

URBAN PERCEPTION: A STUDY ON HOW

Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of

Timisoara, Romania:

COMMUNITIES’ NECESSITIES REGARDING

THE CITY’S FORM AND FUNCTION HAVE

CHANGED THROUGHOUT TIME AND HOW

THIS AFFECTS URBAN RELATIONSHIPS

A. B. Jakupi /

CONCEPTUALISING THE SPACE AND

University of Prishtina, Kosovo:

PATTERNS OF PLACES AS MEANS FOR

BUILDINGS

K. Feric /

CEMEX, Montenegro:

SCALE RATIO AND PERCEPTION OF

S. Stamatovic Vuckovic /

University of Montenegro, Montenegro:

“THE ORNAMENT IS DEAD, LONG LIVE

THE ORNAMENT!”: THE PRESENCE OF

ORNAMENT IN THE CONTEMPORARY

ENVELOPE

U. Kozminska /

Warsaw University of Technology, Poland:

REUSED MATERIALS IN ARCHITECTURE.

INTRODUCING SUSTAINABLE CONCEPTS

IN POLAND

E. Merve Okumus /

Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vagf University, Turkey:

SUSTAINABLE APPROACHES IN SUN

CONTROLLED DESIGN ON FACADES

M. Kaftan, et al /

Technical University Graz, Austria:

DESIGN SYSTEM FOR NEAR ZERO

CARBON ARCHITECTURE

Z. Vasaros /

Budapest University of Technology and:

HOME FOR RUDAPITHECUS! SYNERGY

OF CULTURAL, NATURAL AND INDUSTRIAL

Economics, Hungary:

HERITAGE

E. Pietrogrande, A. Dalla Carneva /

University of Padova, Italy:

ABANO TERME, ITALY. RECOMPOSITION

DESIGN HYPOTHESIS IN THE OLD TOWN

A. Xhambazi /

University of Prishtina, Kosovo:

INTROVERTED AND EXTROVERTED

ARCHITECTURE: THE QUESTION OF

TERRITORY

A. Vassilev /

Bulgaria:

ESTABLISHMENT OF MODERN “ATRIUM”

BUILDING AS A MODEL FOR SUSTAINABLE

ENERGY EFFICIENT ARCHITECTURE

University of Structural Engineering &

Y. Ilieva /

Architecture of Sofia, Bulgaria:

PLANAR DOUBLE-LAYER TENSEGRITY

GRIDS COMPOSED OF ELEMENTARY

CUBIC MODULES

Technical University of Crete, Greece

J. Paterakis, et al /

THE POSITIVE EFFECTS OF USING

EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURES VIA

PASSIVE SYSTEMS IN URBAN

ENVIRONMENTS

Exhibition Programme

STATE OF AFFAIRS AND FUTURE VISIONS

1.01

N. Ebru Aydeniz, S. Taddonio / Yasar University of Izmir, Turkey:

“ADAPTIVE REUSE” OF INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE FOR “THE EXPERIENCE ECONOMY” PURPOSE IN HISTORICAL CITY

T1

CENTER OF AYVALIK. PRESERVATION OF AN OLD OIL FACTORY AS A GASTRONOMY CENTER

1.02

A. Kotevski / University of Belgrade, Serbia:

RESEARCHING THE RANGES OF THE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE TRADITIONAL TIMBER HOUSE ACCORDING TO

THE PRINCIPLES OF SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE

1.03

R. Basha / University of Prishtina, Kosovo:

PERSON WITH DISABILITY AND PUBLIC SPACE - CASE STUDIES OF PRISHTINA AND PRIZREN

1.04

A. Yunitsyna / Epoka University of Tirana, Albania:

UNIVERSAL HOUSING - EVALUATION OF THE SPATIAL QUALITIES OF APARTMENTS IN ALBANIA

1.05

E. Fossi, M. A. Esposito / University of Florence, Italy:

LIFE CYCLE APPROACH AND AIRPORT TERMINAL DESIGN

1.06

A. Xhambazi / University of Prishtina, Kosovo:

TRANSFORMATION AS A STRATEGY OF CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE

1.07

S. Radulescu / Technical University Graz, Austria:

THE OPEN SYSTEM OF THE PUBLIC REALM AND THE OVER-SIZED STRUCTURE

1.08

H. Estaji / Hakim Sabzevary University, Iran; University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria:

A REVIEV OF FLEXIBILITY AND ADAPTABILITY IN HOUSING DESIGN

1.09

V. Geci / Innarch Prishtina, Kosovo:

PRISHTINA DYNAMIC CITY

CONCEPTUAL AND METHODICAL CONCEPTS

2.01

A. Ioannou / University of Thessaly, Greece:

ADAPTABLE URBANISM - REAPPROPRIATION OF THE ABANDONED MILITARY CAMP “TAGARI” IN FLORINA, GREECE

T2

2.02

F. Zsuzsanna / Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary:

LOCAL DATABASE AS CRUCIAL FACTOR OF SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE. LINKING REALITY TO ARCHITECTURAL

DESIGN BASED ON A PROPERLY MODIFIABLE DATABASE

2.03

P. Stamenovic, D. Stojanovic / University of Belgrade, Serbia:

RELATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY AND SOCIAL ECOLOGY: CASE STUDY OF ECO VILLAGE HOUSING UNITS (MID HOME)

IN BELGRADE

2.04

D. Djukanovic / Institute of Architecture and Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia:

ENHANCEMENT OF THE CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL ENVIRONMENT - REHABILITATION OF THE FRANCISCAN

MONASTERY COMPLEX IN BAC

2.05

D. Dukanac / University of Belgrade, Serbia:

SIMULATION OF PARTICIPATION - DESIGN PROCESS OF RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE

2.06

M. Sala, M. Jovovic / Universita degli Studi di Firenze, Italy:

SOLAR-ECO RESORT & GOLF CLUB BALKAN ECOFUN PARK

2.07

M. Maksin, V. Ristic*, M. Nenkovic-Riznic / Institute of Architecture and Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia, *Project Studio

INTEGRATIVE PROCESSES IN SPATIAL, URBAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING - THE CASE OF PERIPHERAL

URBAN ZONES

“Our apartment”, Serbia

2.08

T. Abdelsalam / University of Modern Sciences and Arts of Cairo, Egypt

REVIVAL OF THE CONCEPT OF COURTYARD IN LONG-NARROW ATTACHED HOUSES, THE SAUDI EXPERIMENT

HOLISTIC ENVIRONMENTAL PERCEPTION

3.01

Z. Kresevic / Graz University of Technology, Austria:

POTENTIAL OF A PERSONAL CARBON-FOOTPRINT MODEL (PCFM) FOR RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE

T3

3.02

J. Veleshnja, D. Pllumbi / University of Studies of Rome, Italy:

A MULTICRITERIAL COMPARISON OF COMMUNIST AND POST-COMMUNIST RESIDENTIAL BLOCKS, THE CASE

OF TIRANA

3.03

E. Dineva / Higher School of Civil Engineering of Sofia, Bulgaria:

ARCHITECTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN EQUESTRIAN FACILITIES IN RELATION TO

TOURISM INDUSTRY

3.04

A. Zoranic / International University Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina:

MODERNIST HOUSE NEAR MOSTAR, AS POSSIBLE ANSWER FOR ISSUES OF CONTEXT AND HARMONY WITH

ENVIRONMENT

3.05

H. Bradic / University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina:

CONSEQUENCES OF THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY DEMANDS ON THE EXISTING ARCHITECTURE (ON THE SAMPLE

OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BUILDINGS)

INTERACTIVE STRUCTURES

4.01

S. A. HajiAbadi, A. Arfaei, P. Lotfabadi / Eastern Mediterranean University of Famagusta, N. Cyprus:

AN INVESTIGATION OF FACADE IN PASSIVE SOLAR DESIGN SYSTEM - AS AN EXAMPLE IN TWO OFFICE

T4

BUILDINGS (ADMINISTRATION BUILDING IN LANDQUART, SWITZERLAND AND RWE - ESSEN, GERMANY)

4.02

A. Muharam, N. Al-Hemiddi, E. Amer / King Suad University of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia:

THERMAL BEHAVIOR OF THE EXTENSIVE GREEN ROOFS IN RIYADH CITY

4.03

N. Vassilev, M. Vassileva / Politecnico di Milano, Italy:

THE ROLE AND IMPORTANCE OF THE RAILWAY STATION AND TERRITORIES AS AN ORGANIZATION AND SPATIAL

ELEMENT IN THE URBAN FABRIC

4.04

J. Bajic-Sestovic / Montenegro:

VISUAL IDENTITY OF HISTORICAL URBAN CORE OF HERCEG NOVI

4.05

A. Salihbegovic, A. Salihbegovic / University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina:

INTERACTIVE BUILDING STRUCTURES AS THERMAL STORAGE OF SOLAR ENERGY

V. Kotradyova /

Bratislava University of Technology,

TEXTURE AND ROUGHNESS - SURFACE

FEATURES IN THE BODY CONCIOUS

SPATIAL

Slovakia:

URBAN ECOLOGY AND CLIMATE

5.01

A. Karagianni, P. Parthenios / Technical University of Crete, Greece:

PROGRAMABLE ECOSYSTEMS: EMPOWERING SOCIAL INTERACTION AND ECO-AWARENESS THROUGH URBAN

T5

COASTAL ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS

5.02

M. G. Tavora, B. G. Tavora, E. Z. Monteiro / University of Campinas, Brazil:

GREEN URBAN AREAS: A DISTRIBUTION ANALYSIS FOR GREENER CITIES

5.03

M. Tanov / Varna Free University, Bulgaria:

THE GREEN AND OPEN PUBLIC SPACES IN THE WATERFRONT REGENERATION

5.04

O. Codispodi / Politecnico di Milano, Italy:

EUROPEAN ECONEIGHBORHOODS: SUSTAINABILITY AND THE ROLE OF URBAN FORM

BIOCLIMATIC AND CULTURAL SENSITIVITY

6.01

M. Popovic, Dj. Popovic / ART Build L.L.C., Montenegro:

HOTEL GOING GREEN

T6

6.02

M. Montemurro / Polytecnic of Bari, Italy:

CITY-NATURE. CONSPICUOUS PLACES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN LANDSCAPE

6.03

Z. Vasaros / Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary:

IT WAS REALLY MODERN? QUESTIONS ON HASSAN FATHY’S ARCHITECTURE

6.04

B. Alik, N. Erdogan / Kocaeli University, Turkey:

HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT AND CULTURAL SENSITIVITY: OTTOMAN HOUSING IN MACEDONIA

6.05

K. Kujundzic / Montenegro:

AESTHETICS OF THE VERNACULAR BIOCLIMATIC ARCHITECTURE IN BOKA BAY

MATERIALITY

7.01

M. Nenkovic-Riznic, M. Pucar / Institute of Architecture and Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia:

NEW TENDENCIES IN WASTE MANAGEMENT IN BALKAN COUNTRIES - IS SOCIAL FACTOR CRUCIAL IN WASTE

T7

EVACUATION LOCATION SELECTION?

7.02

L. Harper / Monash University of Melbourne, Australia:

THE URBANISM OF MATERIALS

7.03

H. Aksel, O. Eren / Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University of Istanbul, Turkey:

A DISCUSSION ON THE ADVANTAGES OF STEEL STRUCTURES IN THE CONTEXT OF SUSTAINABLE

CONSTRUCTION

Tatjana RAJIC

EXPEDITO, Montenegro:

Socially Engaged Architectural Practice

Marija GOLUBOVIC

ENERGO Group, Serbia/Italy

Sustainable of Today is Well Enough?

C. K. Chatzinikola, D.K. Serghides, M. Santamouris* / Cyprus University of Technology, *The Cyprus Institute, Cyprus:

EFFECT OF THE ORIENTATION ON THE WINTER INDOOR TEMPERATURES AND ON THE ENERGY CONSUMPTION

OF LOW-INCOME DWELLINGS IN THE REGION

6.06

N. Ebru Aydeniz, S. Taddonio /

“ADAPTIVE REUSE” OF INDUSTRIAL

HERITAGE FOR “THE EXPEREIENCE

Yasar University of Izmir, Turkey:

ECONOMY” PURPOSE IN HISTORICAL CITY

CENTER OF AYVALIK.

PRESERVATION OF AN OLD OLIVE OIL

FACTORY AS A GASTRONOMY CENTER

4.06

H. Bradic / University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina:

DESIGNING RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS UNDER THE PRINCIPLES OF LOW-ENERGY ARCHITECTURE

4.07

B. Sudimac, A. Dubljevic / University of Belgrade, Serbia:

SOLAR ENERGY AS AN ELEMENT OF DESIGN

Global Sustainability

A Post-Urban Agenda

What’s Next?

Designing the

m_Turato Idis
m_Muscettola Viviana
m_De Smedt Julien
m_Maas Winy

Unpredictable

6.08

6.09

1.01

1.10

1.11

1.12

1.13

1.14

1.15

3.06

3.07

7.04

SUSTAINABILITY

7.05

7.06

7.07

7.08

2.09

2.10

2.11

2.12

4.08

4.09

4.10

Exploring and Refining Comprehensive Practices
Design and Transformation
Aesthetic and Concept
Adapted Reuse / Change of Use / Flexibility

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Making and Shaping Architecture through Design

Adaptable Architecture

Research

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Planning Principles and Synergies
Integral Planning/Processes and Design Aspects
Economy
Dimensions of Diversity
Methods and Creativity
Integrative Processes
Implementation

Partial and Holistic Concepts

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In–Door and Out–Door Spaces, Energy, Water,

Construction Products, Possible Solutions and

Practical Implementation as Objectives of

Environmental Friendly Building

Case Studies of Building and Its Surroundings –

General Requirements, Ecological Concepts and

Environmental Measure

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Methods and Systems for Holistic Surrounding

Concepts

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Space Frames
Concepts / Connections / Communications
Deployable Structures

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Shared Effects of Interactions between Buildings

Design Models as Parameters of Interactive

Building Technologies Towards Interactions
High-Tech / Low-Tech

and their Surroundings

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Processes

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Urban Structure (Qualified Mixture, Short

Distances, Mobility)

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Urban Space

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Urban Gardening (Green and Open Spaces)
Urban Survival
Ecological and Social Aspects
City in Transition

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Encouraging Nature and Design Along
Life Cycle Assessment

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Human Designed Environment
Social Aspects
Impact of Bioclimatic Building on Residents

Ecological Sensitivity and Ecological Cycle

Management

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Mutual Interdependence between Architecture and

Environment

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Aesthetic–Ethic
Textures
Quality Characteristics and Durability of Materials
Intelligent and Smart Materials
Reuse
Sustainable Adequacy of Sustainable Materials
Ecological Load and Impacts

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S.ARCH-2015

The 2nd International Conference with Exhibition

Environment and Architecture

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