1Lectures | Latin Pop | Supersudaca


Architect Ana Rascovsky will give a bonus 1lectures on Supersudaca – Think Tank of architecture and urbanism on Thursday 23 May 2019. She will talk about Supersudaca’s current projects, including a study on the urban morphology of the slums (La villa es Bella?), a hotel building in Jose Ignacio, Uruguay (Casagrande), and an apartment building in Buenos Aires (Commodore). 

She will be introduced by Lada Hrsak, founder of Bureau LADA (Landscape, Architecture, Design, Action), a cross-disciplinary Amsterdam based studio with focus on architecture. 

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Supersudaca
Supersudaca is a network of architects ( mostly latins and all friends ) that have managed to keep working together after nearly 19 years despite of being dispersed in several countries. Supersudaca (a word combination of virtue and immigrant insult for latins) has through its years made a profile that is increasingly diverse in subjects affecting our environment while embracing however a main question: how to be hopeful against world crudeness?
www.supersudaca.org

Bio Ana Rascovsky, M.ARCH (Buenos Aires, 1972)
Ana Rascovsky completed a master of excellence in architecture and urbanism from the Berlage Institute Rotterdam (Netherlands, 2002), a master in History of urbanism from the Ecole d ‘Architecture de Versailles (France, 2001) and a degree in architecture from University of Buenos Aires -Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism (FADU-UBA, 1996). She received the French Embassy / National Arts Fund grant – and along with Supersudaca – the main grant from Prins Claus Fonds. She is a founding member of Supersudaca – Think Tank of architecture and urbanism.

1Lectures | Latin Pop | Supersudaca
Date
: Thursday 23 May 2019
Time: 8 PM / Doors 7.45 PM
Location: Academy of Architecture Amsterdam, Waterlooplein 213
Language: English
Tickets: €7,50,- | Available in our online ticketshop
Academy of Architecture Amsterdam students are entitled to free admission on presentation of their student ID card.
Language: English

More on Supersudaca
Supersudaca advocates for the use of different formats for each topic and uses humor and attitude to talk about serious matters. CaribbeanTourism, China’s exports, Direct Actions in public space and housing for all are some of the recurrent themes being explored from Tokyo to Talca, from Cancun to Cambodia, from Ceuta to Yiwu to mention a random sample.

Supersudaca was recognized with the best entry award at the II International Biennale of Rotterdam (2005) and the best research project at the Bienal Iberoamericana (2004) It has published in renowned architecture journals such as Volume, Architecture Design, Arquine, Icon, Praxis, Summa, Plot, among others. In the architecture realm Supersudaca has obtained first prize in the international competitions for the Museum of Modern Art of Medellin and the experimental social housing project in Ceuta, Spain.

More on Ana Rascovsky
Ana Rascovsky teached at Universidad Torcuato Di Tella ( 2014-2017), University of Palermo (2006-10), University of Buenos Aires (2004-09), and in several universities around the world (IUAV Venice, Universidad Andrés Bello, Universidad de Talca, Chile, Instituto BuenaVista Curacao). She has exhibited her work and given lectures at several places in the world (Venice Biennale, San Pablo Biennial, IICI Kuala Lumpur, Universidad San Francisco de Quito) Her works were awarded (Biennial SCA-CPAU 2009/10/11, MCHAP 2015, Puro Design Award 2009) and published several times (2G Dossier, Plot, Summa +, Barzón, Volume ), and sold in museum stores (Malba Store).

She co-directs studio PLANTA.
www.planta.studio


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