Julia Domanska and Ewa Kostecka talk about studying architecture at Technische Universitat Berlin, compare Polish and German education and share their experiences working abroad. Listen about the lecturers, semester projects, trips, working together on competitions and the master's degree, and student life.
Julia studied and worked in Germany and Switzerland, where she gained valuable experience in the field of architecture. She is currently working on various competitions at an architectural office in Berlin and creating and developing her own projects. She is also keen on computer graphics and interior design.
Ewa studied and worked in Germany and Australia. She spent the last few years in her hometown, which she decided to return to in order to have the opportunity to work with the local community, as well as its environment, and create her own projects in Poland. She is particularly interested in industrial design and small-scale architecture.
Julia and Ewa are the authors of a master's thesis that won the top prize in the German Baunetz Campus competition and has been published widely. The architects are also the authors of the design of a wine tasting facility that participated in the Monte d'Oiro Wine Tasting Room competition organized by the Bee Breeders platform.
scope of the podcast
Differences in educational systems. TU Berlin and Gdansk University of Technology
Lecturers and education in Poland
Semester trips, classes and semester projects at TU Berlin
Student life and atmosphere at the university
Joint thesis, competition and Baunetz Campus portal
Julia's professional work in Switzerland and Germany
Student exchange with Australia - RMIT University, Eve's story
Working together on competitions and working during the pandemic
From the podcast series entitled: "All about education - the best universities".