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Experimentation in architecture - Discussion with mentors of Experiments' platform

APR 2021

The discussion 'Experimentation in architecture' aims to present the importance and possibilities of creative processes in architecture. In the event mentors from Experiments’ platform will share their views on contemporary challenges in architecture and their personal creative experiences. The conversation will discuss experimentation in various spatial practices and the importance of integration of different disciplines in discovering new possibilities to understand and create environments in which we live.


The discussion will be held in English, on Zoom platform, on April 12th at 18:00 GMT+2. The link to the conversation will be shared on the day of the event. You will also be able to see the broadcast on the Architektūros fondas facebook profile!


Experiments' Platform will present opportunities for aspiring architects and spatial practitioners by allowing them to foster creative ideas with the help from experienced mentors. Current global and local challenges encourage reimagining methods of architecture or its application spheres.


Open call to participate in Experiments’ platform:

Deadline: April 15th





Anna Kubelík - architect and artist,graduated from the Architectural Association in London before pursuing an artistic and experimental career with a base in Berlin. Her projects are defined by collaborative processes which intertwine scientific themes with dance, music, installations and kinetic art;


Xenia Adjoubei - architect, Founder, Nikola-Lenivets Classroom, Director, AdjoubeiScottWhitby Studio. Leads projects in education and culture, curates research and education on the New Rural, how collective art sustains communities, new labour economies and the natural resources of the future;


Michou-Nanon de Bruijn - senior designer at Studio Makkink & Bey, a teacher at Master's inside KABK and Academy of Architecture, works in different domains of applied art, where her interest lies in the relation between the private and public domain. Her critical research leads to product, interior, exhibition designs, future care visions and projects, events in the public domain;


Jurgen Bey - a renowned designer, founder of Studio Makkink & Bey with Rianne Makkink, director of Sandberg Instituut since 2010, which looks for a way to align studies with the dynamic of modern day culture, issues of contemporary society such as vacancy, art and political spatial design;


James Taylor-Foster (TBC) -  a writer, editor, cultural critic, who works with architecture, design, e-culture, and technology. Curator of contemporary architecture and design center in ArkDes. European Editor at Large for Arch Daily and Co-Curator for the exhibition of the 2016 Nordic Pavilion (representing Finland, Norway and Sweden) 2016 Venice Biennale.


Augusta Fišerytė – architect, Experiments' platform coordinator


Martynas Germanavičius – architect, director of Architektūros fondas



Architektūros fondas' strategic partner - Lithuanian Council for Culture.