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The Danubian Dreams Project

The Danubian Dreams is all about the five European designers and architects who are invited to create something own their own “shed”. The project was all about the proposed building of traditional hat and introducing it to the 21st century. The constructions will be made throughout the states of Europe and will be installed on the place where they will land. The first was on the Danube of Bratislava and other locations consist of Belgrade, Budapest and the black sea in Danube Delta. The project has its own specific guidelines such as the size of the shed and the mobile character that can travel though out the entire Europe.

The Designers and Architectures Profile

The team was composed of Peter Cook, Helen & Hard, Odile Decq, Vallo & Sadovsky and Matali Crasset. The aim of the project was to create architectural huts not the modern way.

  • Peter Cook – This architect was born on year 1936 in United Kingdom. Now he lives in London. Currently, he is the instructor in architecture of the University College London. His project was the Hat and Coat Kiosk with different colors to sell ice creams and fruits.
  • Helen & Hard – This is an agency that was formed in year 1996 in Norwat by Reinhard Kropf and Helene Strangeland. The creative works of the agency represents the traditional feeling using the wood to obtain a light and landscape. There were always balance between the ecology and the form of invention from their works. Their project was named “air force take away”.
  • Odile Decq – An architect from France born in year 1955. He obtained the Lion D’Or at the two-yearly of architecture in year 1996 on Venezia. His project was “Open Tipi”.
  • Vallo & Sadovsky – The agency was created by Matus Vallo and Oliver Sadovsky in Bratislava on year 2004. Their project was named “Casa Di Torcello”.
  • Matali Crasset – Born in France in the year 1955. She created her own company in year 1998 named “Matali Crasset Production”. Her project in Danubian Dreamswas named “Klorofil”.

 

 

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