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Can air be a building material? Awakenings with Maciej Siuda

12 of May '21

Join us for another episode of our Thursday morning conversations about childhood, university time and the beginning of careers with well-known people from the creative industry. The guest of tomorrow's Wakes will be Maciej Siuda, an architect with a "different approach to architecture."

The Awakeningsseries is produced as part of the anti-RAMA collective 's project Street Cloud, a microtelevision about urban culture. In tomorrow's episode (13.05), series host Luke Harat will talk with Maciej Siuda, an architect, designer and humanist, described as a person with a "different approach to architecture." In addition to the series' characteristic conversations about career, childhood, study time, work and professional dreams and preoccupations, there will be questions about how to design the passage of time in architecture, whether air is a building material and what the future holds for the profession of architects and architects in 30 years.

Maciej Siuda is a graduate of the Faculty of Architecture at the Wrocław University of Technology, and was a scholarship student at Universitat Politècnica de València. His thesis XYZ STRUCTURE was presented at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, among others, and qualified for the finals of the international Archiprix competition at MIT in Boston. He gained professional experience in Tokyo, at the studio of Sou Fujimoto and in Alicante, Spain, at the Grupo Aranea office. He is co-author of the DEVEBERE pavilion presented at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Since 2012 he has been running his own architectural studio - Maciej Siuda Pracownia. He carries out projects in Poland, as well as in Spain, Italy, Indonesia, Nairobi and Haiti.

Broadcast of the Awakenings will take place on May 13 at 8:30 a.m. on FACEBOOK and YouTube channel:

If you can't wait for tomorrow's meeting with Maciej Siuda, we invite you to read his answers to our 10 questions and a virtual meeting with the architect in the series "Architects for the 21st Century."

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