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vložil/a Šmídek Petr, MgA. Ing.arch. PhD. | 11.10.16

On Wednesday October 12th, 2016 at 6 p.m. at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań there will be shared lecture of five young architectural ffices from Brno:  AEIOU, ARCHANTI, CHKAA, KOGAA and SENAA. Graduates from Faculty of Architecture at Technical university in Brno get wide attention and recognition of juries at home and abroad. With this project, the FA BUT joins the October Days of Czech culture in Poznań, and celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the partnership between cities of Brno and Poznań. Last week of October will give a lecture five Poznan architects at cultural center The Distilery in Brno.

AEIOU was founded in 2011 by Jan Vojtíšek and Jakub Staník is Brno’s architectural office involved in design activities of new buildings, renovations, interior design and urban planning at all stages of the project. We offer comprehensive solutions and coordination of the study and building permits to construction, including assistance with construction company selection and site supervision. Architecture, engineering, interior, object and urbanism are closely related and intertwined with each other. Our goal is to look at each entry comprehensively and in all contexts.

ARCHANTI was founded in 2008 by Martin Daněk, Martin Doležel and Barbora Krejčová-Ponešová. The scale of the projects is not so important for us, we focus on quality and finding the right solution for each problem in conceptual and functional unity. Collaboration with external proffesionals from other creative branches is essential for us and always contributes to individual approach to every task. We regularly enter architectural competitions.

CHKAA (CHYBIK+KRISTOF ARCHITECTS & URBAN DESIGNERS) was founded in 2010, by two classmates, Ondřej Chybík and Michal Krištof. During their studies, the two students won many student competitions. The sponsor of one of these competitions was the internationally active, Czech company, KOMA Modular. This company later tasked them with developing a new modular project for an employee cafeteria on the premises KOMA Modular in Vizovice. The success of the cafeteria resulted in further collaboration, this time for the creation of the Czech pavilion in Milan. The pavilion won Bronze Award in category of Architecture of Expo 2015 Milano and this prestigious contract, together with the winning design of the revitalization of the Prague Waltrovka district, brought the young architects to become an internationally active architectural studio. Last year, they opened two new branches in Prague and Milan and this year another one in Bratislava.

KOGAA was established in 2015 by Aleksandra Georgescu, Tomáš Kozelský and Viktor Odstrčilík.

SENAA was established in 2012 by Jan Sedláček and Václav Navrátil.

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