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Előzsűri 2013

maja_logo2 triinojariTriin Ojari — Born in 1974 in Tallinn, Estonia. 1996 graduated Estonian Academy of Art, Tallinn with a degree in art history. Her research subjects have included the 20th century modern architecture, the housing and urban planning of the Soviet period, contemporary architecture and architectural writing.1994-2000 worked as curator in the Museum of Estonian Architecture. Since 2001 editor-in chief of the Estonian architectural review MAJA. Member of the Estonian Docomomo group, since 2011 head of the Society of Estonian Art Historians. Memeber of the board of experts of the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture, the European Prize for Urban Public Space. Regular contributor to ’A10. New European Architecture’.Lecturer in faculty of architecture, Estonian Academy of Art, Tallinn. She has published widely on the subject of Estonian 20th century architecture, heritage of Modern Movement as well as on the contemporary architecture and urban planning. Author of the book „21st Century House: New Estonian Residential Architecture“(2007) and „Positions. Articles on Architecture 1992-2011“ (2012).
 piranesi Maja Ivanic2-foto arhiv Zavod BigMaja Ivanič  (1967, Celje, Slovenia) is an accomplished architect and has been actively, practicing in her field since 1995, having graduated and studied under Professor Janez Koželj from the Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana (Class of 1995). Since 2008 Ms. Ivanič has served as president of the organizing committee for the international architectural conference Piran Days of Architecture. In addition, she has served as president of the Slovenian Union of Architects since 2011 as well as president of the Ljubljana Association of Architects. Since April 2013 she has also served as the director of Dessa Architectural Gallery in Ljubljana.Ms. Ivanič is a professional member of the Board of Chamber of Architecture and Environmental Planning in Slovenia. Being passionate about her profession, Ms. Ivanič has engaged in architectural critique and architectural journalism, writing articles for both national and international journals and magazines including Hiše, Architectural Bilten AB, Oris, Piranesi, Il Progetto, Werk, bauen + wohnen, and Arhitektura Murator. She has organized multiple architectural exhibitions, forums and conferences. Between 2005 and 2010 Ms. Ivanič served as the Editor–in–chief of two magazines: Hiše and Lightwear. In 2008 she and Ms. Špela Kuhar co–authored Contemporary School Architecture in Slovenia 1991–2007, Sodobna arhitektura šol v Sloveniji 1991–2007, published by Springer Wien New York. As a result, in April 2009 Ms. Ivanič, along with Ms. Kuhar and the Ministry of Education and Sport of the Republic of Slovenia, organized an international OECD_CELE conference entitled Sustainable School Buildings: From Concept to Reality. In 2008 Ms. Ivanič ranked among the TOP 10 ARCHITECTS UNDER 40 > NEW SLOVENIAN BLOOD. Most recently, Ms. Ivanič and co–authors Ms. Anja Planišček, Mr. Andraž Intihar and Ms. Urša Habič were awarded the national public tender for the newest kindergarten in Ljubljana: Kindergarten Pedenjped Kašelj. 
 A10 pasfoto 2010 cropIndira van ‘t Klooster (1971) is editor–in–chief of A10 new European architecture. In May 2013, the launch of her book “Reactivate! Innovators of Dutch Architecture”, about how Dutch architects are stretching the boundaries of the profession in times of change, attracted 400 people. She has been been lecturing and/or moderating at many architectural events throughout Europe in 2013, for example, “Reinventing Urbanity” by AzW and Wonderland in Vienna, the Architecture Triennale “Close, Closer” in Lisbon, and the “Failed-Architecture” sessions in the Netherlands. She has also participated in international juries, most recently the Scottish Doolan Award 2013 and the Hungarian Media Prize of Architecture 2013. Indira is also a guest lecturer at the Academy of Architecture in Amsterdam. The exhibition forming part of “Reactivate!” has been shown in Maastricht (NL) during the summer of 2013 and will open with an adapted version in Glasgow (UK) in December.