Hi everyone....this was my first Easa..and I want moreee :)))) anyway..I'm little late with this, but I wanted to ask - where can I find "EasaTV"?
I didn't watch all of them :(
If somebody knows please write..thanx
love u all *
we uploaded videos from the "licensed to shoot" workshop, so if u missed it go see...
tnx to our participants: hugo, jelena, rita, boris, aleksandra, salome, barbara, miklauz, anuka & laura :)
- special tnx to fotis and dimitra for translations in confidential_elefsina, and to the stars of confidential_love ana, jelena, paul, rune & fergus.
the site also features movie about christians accidental sleep on the volleyball court :)
(make love, not war christian!!!)
ana, mirta & ivan
First of all my big respect to the easa007 team. A very well organized easa this year, thumbs up.
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Than a shout out for the Archiprix. Please bring this initiative to the attention of your schools, deans, directors, professors and teachers. It would be fantastic if this initiative could keep growing and truly incorporate all the worlds architecture schools, so help us retrieve the lost countries ;)
Archiprix and the Archiprix Workshop Shanghai report 2007
so do your part... in anyway you see fit.
ciao Edwin & Roelant
We’ve just applause for the Organizers, after the Final presentation of workshops. All the people applause standing, some of them including some organizers were craying.
The Organizers, mainly female organizers, did really great job. And they put the new standards for EASA Summer Camps.
I remember at late night that we’ve discussed where gone be the easa007 (and I presented our country) the girls made better presentation then, and today they showed all of us that they organized the summer camp as they’ve presented it.
My best wishes to girls and congratulations.
i am totally envious about you having great time in deep south (thanx adam for continuous rubbing it on me with almost simultaneous broadcast)
i have been doing transcript of a really interesting lecture i was in skopje recently by peter lang, which i share with all when i finish it.
one think i just ran into is that all italian radicals of the 60ties, such as archizoom and superstudio designed discotheques, and that when they decided to open architecture school they decided to have them
(now quoting peter lang)
"and when they began their first schools they began them in the discotheques, they said lets go study in thier 24 hours drinking, dancing, partying atmosphere"
all you on easa now... i think we are on something.
lost of kisses
and all my love
The search for the most average easaian!
Through a series of experiments with the easa population, we will try and create a people_index, bringing the city index theme of easa007 to life.
By surveying the population of easa, and gathering statistics and information we will find who is the most average easaian out there! Will it be a 22.5 year old girl from central Europe, 1.65 m high, travelled 2000km to elefsina? We need questions to ask everybody so we can create the most average easian with the statistics and then go and find the best match and crown them ‘the most average easa participant’! ! If you have any questions that you want to be included on the survey then please post them here on the blog.
The survey will be conducted online and it would be great if everybody here at easa can contribute so we can come up with some interesting facts and figures for people_index.
day 2, almost everyone has arrived, getting their way around the workshop fair and showers...
and just check the image out.
on my way to the 15th shower today!